Greater Sullivan County Public Health Network
Healthy Homes Committee


Claremont-Newport Area Healthy Homes

Members Include:

Kirsten Dattilio                                                                 Board Member and Program Coordinator / Secretary.   603-863-2560 etx. 158

Lou                                                                                           Board Member and Treasurer

Liz Hennig,                                                                           Board Member 603-863-2560 etx. 152

Mary Schissel                                                                        Board Member

Katie Lajoie                                                                                Board Member.

Rhianna Larkin                                                                Community Member



For more information on lead hazards call,
1-800-897-LEAD (5323)

Claremont-Newport Area Healthy Homes is a non-profit organization comprised of area residents who are working together to reduce home-based environmental hazards that can negatively impact your family's health. We meet regularly so please contact us if you would like to join us!

For more information on Lead, pests, contaminated water,  radon, and mold in your home see the links on the main menu to the left under Healthy Homes.  If you don't see what you are looking for, please give us a call at 603-863-2560 ext. 158 or e-mail Kirsten Dattilio at

  • Last Meeting was on November 19, 2015.  4 Members were present. Next meeting will be on January 14, 2016.  If you ould like to join the committee as a member, please e-mail Kirsten Dattilio at
  • Healthy Homes Press Release posted 5-29-2012
Kirsten Dattilio, Public Health Network Coordinator, Greater Sullivan Country Public Health Network
& Director, Medical Reserve Corps Unit #1558
24 Main Street Newport, NH 03773, Phone: (603) 863-2560 ext 158   Cell: (603) 398-2222

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