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Free Home Health Program from the American Lung Association

Do you get headaches?  Stuffy noses?  Sore throats?  Do your children have asthma, allergies, or frequent illnesses?  Hidden health threats exist in many houses and apartments!  You have the ability to make your home a healthy place for you and your loved ones!  Call the American Lung Association today for a free in-home assessment!  (206) 441-5100.

Did you know that many cleaning products contain toxic chemicals that can harm your long term health?  The American Lung Association is a non-profit organization that can help you identify toxic chemicals and find safer and less expensive alternatives. 

Why wait until you get sick?  Preventative measures are safer, cheaper, and easier than waiting until you get sick.  Call today!  (206) 441-5100

Do you have unresolved issues with your landlord or are you a landlord looking to improve your buildings indoor environment?  The American Lung Association can help resolve disputes and improve living situations.  The landlord tenant outreach worker program helps both tenants and landlords resolve disputes and improve living conditions.  If you have any questions about tenant/landlord laws please call for a free consultation and home visit.  (206) 441-5100 ex.40

Does your child have asthma? The Asthma Outreach Program is a FREE program that helps children with asthma by providing two home visits with an Asthma Outreach Worker. The Asthma Outreach Worker not only helps children to learn to control their asthma, but also provides FREE SUPPLIES!

Did you know that low-income, racially diverse communities are more at risk for environmentally related health problems?  The American Lung Association is committed to helping everyone; especially those who are most at risk for environmentally related health problems. 

You can also volunteer with the American Lung Association as a trained Master Home Environmentalist Volunteer. Training begins March 16th, 2010. This free 35-hour training meets Tuesdays from 6:30 p.m.-9:00 p.m., and occasional Saturdays.  To become a volunteer contact the Master Home Environmentalist Program at 206-441-5100 ex.50 or visit our website: www.alaw.org.

American Lung Association in Washington

2625 Third Ave

Seattle, WA 98121

Phone:  206-441-5100

Fax:  206-441-3277