Links to a range of ATSDR resources where toxicologist, health professionals, community members, educators and health care providers can find data.
- ATSDR Action Model
The ATSDR Brownfields /Land Reuse Action Model helps the diverse members of the development community – officials, developers, community supporters, and residents, find ways to make health part of the renewal process. Communities can use the action model to identify common goals to incorporate these goals in strategic planning.
- ATSDR Communication Toolkit
The ATSDR Communication Toolkit helps ATSDR site teams improve their communication efforts with local communities.
- ATSDR Reports
ATSDR conducts public health evaluations across the U.S. to help protect communities from harmful environmental exposures. These evaluations called Public Health Assessments & Health Consultations Reports are organized according to the state or U.S. territory, and also by the ATSDR regions where they originated.
- ATSDR Site Tool
This Tool is a rapid site screening and multiple chemical exposure dose calculating tool that allows users to assess sites by past/future use, institutional controls, sensitive populations, and suspected or confirmed contamination.
- Exposure and Health Registries - Environmental Health Surveillance Branch
Designs and conducts surveillance and registry programs to evaluate the adverse health effects on persons exposed to hazardous substances
- National Toxic Substance Incidents Program (NTSIP)
The National Toxic Substance Incidents Program (NTSIP) collects and combines information from many resources to protect people from harm caused by spills and leaks of toxic substances.
- The Social Vulnerability Index (SVI)
ATSDR's Social Vulnerability Index uses U.S. census variables at tract level to help local officials identify communities that may need support in preparing for hazards, or recovering from disaster. Here you can find SVI publications, posters, presentations, and other materials.
- Page last reviewed: February 8, 2016
- Page last updated: May 19, 2016
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