The Healthy Neighborhoods Program seeks to reduce the burden of housing related illness and injury through a holistic, healthy homes approach.
The program provides in-home assessments and interventions within the Cortland County community for:
Indoor Air Quality
Other Environmental Health Hazards
The goals of the Healthy Neighborhoods Program are to:
Increase Radon Testing and Mitigation
Prevent Asthma Hospitalizations
Prevent Indoor Air Pollution
Prevent Lead Poisoning
Prevent Residential Fire Deaths
Reduce Falls Among Children and Residents Over 65
Reduce Indoor Tobacco Use
During the Home Assessment
During the healthy home assessment staff will discuss different ideas on promoting a healthy home and offer educational materials as well as refer to outside agencies if needed. Staff will also provide products to help participants meet these goals.
Products may include (with availability and need):
Child Safety Items
Home Fire Extinguisher
Personal First Aid Kits
Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarms
How Healthy is Your Home?
If you would like a free healthy home assessment, call today to qualify! Contact the Healthy Neighborhoods Program at 607-428-5410