Healthy neighborhoods heading to Champlain

CHAMPLAIN - The Healthy Neighborhoods Program of the Clinton County Health Department will be conducting health and safety surveys throughout the town of Champlain during the months of July, August and September. The brief in-home surveys are designed to identify health and safety concerns. Home safety products such as fire extinguishers, carbon monoxide and smoke detectors, first aid kits, water bottles, flashlights, asthma safety materials and child safety products may be provided by the Healthy Neighborhoods Program to program-eligible families.

During the home visit, education is provided regarding fire and burn safety, carbon monoxide poisoning prevention, lead poisoning prevention, asthma, injury prevention and many other health and safety topics. Information and referrals are also provided regarding available community resources for which a family may be eligible. Participation in the Healthy Neighborhoods Program is free for all Clinton County residents.

For more information, or to schedule an appointment, call 565-4993 or visit www.clintonhealth.org.

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