Pre-packaged ♦ Ready-to-go ♦ Cost-effective ♦ No lab equipment required
Science Take-Out’s Community Environmental Health (CEH) kits are designed to engage diverse community audiences in learning about environmental health issues. These short, user-friendly activities add a hands-on element to community trainings, informal education, health fairs, and other diverse settings. The kits also encourage discussions about ways to reduce exposures to environmental health hazards.Explore Our CEH Kits
About the CEH Kits
These kits were developed in partnership with University of Rochester and three other environmental health community engagement programs from across the country.
Click here for a short overview of all the CEH kits.
Click here for more information about the kit development process and about use of the kits with diverse participants.
How to Get the Kits
To meet the varied needs of community groups, we offer three ways to purchase the CEH kits:
- Purchase ready-made, individual kits (Assembled Kits). Each assembled kit has materials to be shared by 2 participants.
- Purchase bulk kit materials to assembled yourself (Pack of 10 Unassembled Kits)
- Purchase refill materials to re-use kits that you already have (10 Kit Refill Packs)
In each case, there is a discount when you order a larger number of kits.
If you prefer to make your own CEH kits, we will provide kit documents, lists of materials, and instructions, on request at no cost. Just send an email to [email protected] to request the CEH kit documents. You will need to purchase your own materials to make the kits.
Explore Our CEH Kits
A Healthy Home? (Community Environmental Health kit)
Help the Smith family determine if they have a healthy home environment.
Testing Blood for Lead (Community Environmental Health kit)
Does Santiago have lead poisoning?
Preventing Lead Poisoning (Community Environmental Health kit)
Identify sources of lead that are poisoning Tara’s family.
Safe City Water? (Community Environmental Health kit)
Is there lead in the drinking water?
Safe Well Water? (Community Environmental Health kit)
Is the well water contaminated?
Pesticide Safety (Community Environmental Health kit)
Explore how improper use of pesticides may cause health problems.
Breast Cancer Risk Factors (Community Environmental Health kit)
Analyze risk factors for breast cancer in a family.
Skin Cancer and Sun Safety (Community Environmental Health kit)
Explore how UV radiation exposure increases skin cancer risk.