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Environmental Health - Healthy Neighborhoods Program - Program
Oneida County Health Department

185 Genesee Street, 4th Floor
Utica, NY

 Provides in-home assessments and interventions for: Asthma Tobacco cessation Indoor air quality Lead Fire safety Other environmental health hazards

Environmental Health - Program
Madison County Department of Health

138 N Court Street
Wampsville, NY

Preserves and protects the public from diseases, environmental hazards and health risks through direct services and enforcement of health codes. Monitoring, processing and investigation of complaints regarding: Food protection Air quality in homes including issues such as mold, carbon monoxide and radon Lead poisoning prevention and hazard assessments Public water systems Individual sewage and water testing recommendations Public health nuisances Prevention of vector borne diseases Smoking …

Asbestos Abatement/Management Ombudsman - Program
United States Environmental Protection Agency

1200 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC

Provides information to the public, including individual citizens and community services, about the handling, abatement, and management of asbestos in schools, the work place, and the home.

Home Fire Preparedness Campaign - Program
American Red Cross of Central New York

344 W Genesee Street
#100
Syracuse, NY

Offers free smoke alarm installation and home fire safety education.

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