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RentSafe frontline workers survey is now open, Canadian Partnership for Children’s Health and Environment

Deadline October 30, 2016

Please share your experience working with clients living on a low income.

RentSafe is a Trillium-funded initiative, led by the Canadian Partnership for Children’s Health and Environment (CPCHE), to address indoor environmental health risks (i.e. mold, lead, pests, pesticides, radon) affecting tenants living on a low income in Ontario.  With active involvement of public health, legal aid, community health and other stakeholder organizations as well as tenants, we aim to build awareness and capacity in the health and social services sector so that low-income tenants are better able to get the support they need to achieve healthier living conditions.

The purpose of this survey is to capture frontline workers’ experience and assess their capacity to respond to unhealthy housing conditions that may be affecting the health of clients living in rental housing. Frontline workers include, but are not limited to, social workers, housing support workers, health promoters, settlement workers, public health nurses, drop-in centre staff, etc.

Link to survey:

For more information, please contact Caryn Thompson at South Riverdale Community Health Centre at