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  • Community members sought for EHS refuge in Australia Community members sought for EHS refuge in Australia
    Electromagnetically sensitive man invites fellow EHS sufferers to form community on his family's land in Australia.
  • Emergency help for MCS housing crisis Emergency help for MCS housing crisis
    Dear Dr. Rea, I have severe MCS, much worse due to a recent "engineered wood" floor that was to replace the previous bad carpet. I need either a place that doesn't make me sick or treatment that will allow me to tolerate my place.
  • $13.5K in Safe Oasis grants awarded to prevent MCS homelessness $13.5K in Safe Oasis grants awarded to prevent MCS homelessness
    Housing non-profit re|shelter awarded $13,500 in Safe Oasis housing renovation grants last week.
  • re|shelter's Safe Oasis Grant Program now open re|shelter’s Safe Oasis Grant Program now open
    Housing non-profit re|shelter is now offering (5) small grants up to $2,000 each to eligible individuals whose ability to continue to live safely in their current home has been severely compromised by environmental intolerances.
  • Your vote needed - MCSer is a week away from winning $10K Your vote needed – MCSer is a week away from winning $10K
    When one of us with severe chemical and mold sensitivity wins, we all win. Please make the effort to vote for Lou Anne every day this next week and share widely on your social media pages.
  • You can be in the movie You can be in the movie “Homesick” by Susan Abod!
    Susan Abod needs your help in order to finish her movie Homesick, a documentary about living with chemical sensitivity. She is putting out a call for "safe house" photos to create a collage at the end of the film. Send yours in today to be included!
  • European company to make toxin-free campers for EI European company to make toxin-free campers for EI
    Italian company CVS is considering producing Europe's first toxin-free camper for people with environmental intolerances.
  • HOMESICK movie in last stages of production HOMESICK movie in last stages of production
    Santa Fe-based singer Susan Abod needs our help to finish her movie HOMESICK, a powerful new film on environmental illness and the desperate housing situation many with the condition are faced with.
  • MCS housing prototype available soon for testing MCS housing prototype available soon for testing
    EcoTECH Design Studio's MCS housing prototype unit is being installed in Pennsylvania and will be available this July for testing by interested parties.
  • Safer housing resources consolidated onto re|shelter website Safer housing resources consolidated onto re|shelter website
    The free safer housing listings and resources found on the former MCSsafehomes.com website have been merged into reshelter.org.
  • Safer housing checklists now on MCSsafehomes.com Safer housing checklists now on MCSsafehomes.com
    MCSsafehomes.com has just published several comprehensive checklists to help guide both chemically sensitive househunters and homeowners looking to rent or sell to chemically sensitive clients.
  • Swiss teamwork creates non-toxic apartments Swiss teamwork creates non-toxic apartments
    Fifteen apartments built for people with chemical sensitivities are scheduled to be completed near Zurich, Switzerland in 2013.
  • Beyond Sustainability: Building for Health Beyond Sustainability: Building for Health
    A new conversation: What are intentional communities willing to do in order to accommodate those with chemical, electrical, and other environmental sensitivities?
  • Julie Genser and Julie Laffin talk about re|shelter, their new non-profit Julie Genser and Julie Laffin talk about re|shelter, their new non-profit
    Liz Smentowski and Scott Killingsworth talk to Julie Genser and Julie Laffin, the co-founders of re|shelter, to find out more about the non-profit's origins and future goals.
  • MCS and the Search for a Safe Community MCS and the Search for a Safe Community
    Mary Rives and Keith Carlson recap their past seven months on the road across America in search of a chemical-free ecovillage to call home.
  • A Winding Path A Winding Path
    This is the story of how Loe Griffith has faced the challenges of chemical and electrical hypersensitivities (MCS and EHS), and how she adapted to her sensitivities and made a life in southern Arizona.
  • Non-toxic spec homes Non-toxic spec homes
    Joy Beach Thomas builds environmentally safer homes made from less toxic building materials, and then sells them to people with environmental sensitivities.
  • Bene's Battle Is Not Yet Over Bene’s Battle Is Not Yet Over
    Bene Barrymore, a senior who should be enjoying a comfortable retirement, is instead appealing to her community to help her repair her car so she can seek safe shelter before pesticide spraying season starts.
  • Embracing a Terminal Illness Embracing a Terminal Illness
    Fred Lanphear shares how his recent diagnosis of Lou Gehrig’s Disease brought a beautiful opportunity of growth to the Songaia Cohousing Community, which he cofounded.
  • The True Need for Community The True Need for Community
    Can community meet the needs that one man hasn't been able to meet on his own? Joshua Canter searches for the answer to this and other deep questions about life, meaning, and connection.
  • A Few Select Safer Condos in Dallas Being Offered for Sale A Few Select Safer Condos in Dallas Being Offered for Sale
    As of December 1, 2009, a few select Regina Caeli Environmental Condos in Dallas are being offered for sale at $105,000. Buyers may be eligible for the Homebuyers Tax Credits, available until April 30, 2010.
  • Bene's Battle Bene’s Battle
    A senior with environmental illness hopes to avoid yearly homelessness during pesticide spraying season. Find out how you can help!
  • A Gypsy Life: Notes from the Diaspora A Gypsy Life: Notes from the Diaspora
    Mokihana and Pete of Washington state discuss their journey with chemical sensitivity, building a tiny safe home on wheels, and their gypsy lifestyle.
  • Home Sweet Non-Toxic Home Home Sweet Non-Toxic Home
    Th concept of home is universal, shared among not only the cultures of the world but much of the animal world as well, from nesting birds to burrowing rodents, to sea creatures to snails that are born with a home on their back.