Indoor Air Quality
Indoor Air Quality and Asthma
The Clark County Combined Health District houses an Indoor Air Quality Program in order to educate the public and promote healthy indoor atmospheres. This involves the smoke-free workplace program, the school environmental health and safety program, and the asthma program.
The Clark County Health District provides FREE consultation services and FREE onsite Indoor Air Quality Assessments for homes and businesses for the following indoor health concerns:
- Mold and breathing problems
- Heating and ventilation problems
- Temperature and humidity problems
- Asthma and allergy triggers
- Secondhand tobacco smoke
- And more
If you suspect that you have health issues related to the quality of your indoor air, you can call the CCCHD to discuss at 937-390-5600 ext. 245 or you can arrange a FREE indoor air quality assessment by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
FOR PHYSICIANS: Is your patient struggling with asthma?
Asthma can be a difficult diagnosis to manage, and can be responsible for an increase in emergency room visits. As you know, asthma can be worsened by triggers within the patient’s home, such as dust mites, mold spores, pet dander, pests, air fresheners, and secondhand tobacco smoke.
You can arrange a FREE indoor air quality assessment of your patient’s home to identify possible asthma triggers. Call 937-390-5600 ext 245 or email email@example.com.
For more information on asthma, visit:
FOR PATIENTS AND PARENTS: Are you struggling with asthma or do you have a child struggling with asthma?
Asthma is a serious health issue responsible for missed school days, increased emergency room visits, and other health problems. Asthma can be made worse by triggers within the home, such as dust mites, pet dander, pests, and secondhand tobacco smoke.
If you are struggling with asthma or if you are a parent with a child who is struggling with asthma, you can arrange a FREE indoor air quality assessment of your home to identify possible asthma triggers. Call 937-390-5600 ext 245 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information on asthma, visit the Ohio Department of Health.