Welcome to the CERCH page for Health and Social Service Providers.
- Download handouts about what families can do to protect themselves from:
Study Findings from CERCH Studies:
Findings on children’s health and exposure:
- CHAMACOS Health Outcomes Study findings.
- Environmental Exposure Studies findings.
- Environmental Quality in California Child Care Study findings.
- CHAMACOS PON1 Gene/Enzyme Study findings.
Findings on reproductive health as it pertains to environmental exposures:
- The Seveso Women’s Health Study findings.
- The Age, Diet and Genetic Effects in Sperm Study (AGES) findings.
- The China Benzene Sperm Study (C-BASS) findings.
- Presentation: Overview of CHAMACOS Study.
- Training for Continuing Medical Education (CME) credits.
- CERCH also offers a range of other trainings and presentations for community members and health professionals. Visit our Presentations and Trainings page.
- To request a training click here.
- Visit, use, and/or share our computerized Prenatal Kiosk! The interactive touch-screen Prenatal Environmental Health Kiosk is a self-guided, computer-based multimedia tool designed for pregnant Spanish-speaking women (English coming soon). Users of all literacy levels learn about environmental exposures and related health concerns, as well as ways for families to protect themselves from exposures. You can also download the Prenatal Kiosk to be used on your computer (click here for Mac, or here for PC). If you know people who might want to use the Prenatal Kiosk, here is a flyer that can be shared.
- Click to view maps of the Salinas Valley agricultural region’s recent pesticide usage levels. Data from the California Department of Pesticide Regulation.
Local health centers
EPA Office of Children’s Health Protection EPA’s website for children’s environmental health
UCSF PEHSU exists to improve the recognition and management of environmental health problems among children. This page contains information relevant to clinicians regarding the latest research and recommendations relevant to protecting children from specific environmental contaminants. We also provide educational resources for clinicians to further explore the impacts of the environment on children’s health.
Zero Breast Cancer materials for breast cancer education
Bay Area Breast Cancer and the Environment Research Program breast cancer research and education materials
|Contact the CERCH Outreach Coordinator:
Daniel Madrigal, MPH