This page contains links to curriculum and tools developed by the WSPEHSU. These materials focus on how children’s health can be impacted by their environment.

Curriculum and Tools

Our multimedia eBook A Story of Health grounds the science of health in stories of fictional people, their families, and communities to enable readers to explore the risk factors for disease as well as how to prevent disease and promote health and resilience.


The mobile-friendly Toolkit app allows you to access simple ways to incorporate anticipatory guidance on environmental health during well child visits. View evidence-based overviews on health hazards related to air, water, food and products.  The toolkit provides examples of how and where we live, eat, sleep, work, and play can impact our health, and what we can do about it.

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he Green Cleaning, Sanitizing and Disinfecting Toolkit presents practical information on how to keep early care and education (ECE) environments clean and safe using practices and products that are less hazardous and that protect young children and staff from infectious diseases.

Promotores and Environmental Health Newsletter

The Western States PEHSU, in collaboration with the Center for Integrative Research on Childhood Leukemia and the Environment (CIRCLE), has been working with Promotores de Salud and community health workers to increase awareness about reproductive environmental health and children’s environmental health issues. Check out educational materials on various topics here.