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Healthy Neighborhoods ProgramHealthy Neighborhoods Program

How safe is your home? If a fire were to occur in your home would your family know what to do? When was the last time you checked the batteries in your smoke detector? Have you talked with your family about a fire escape plan for your home? Do you have a carbon monoxide detector? Does your home even need one?


Are these questions you are hearing for the first time today? If so, you may benefit from a visit from the Clinton County Healthy Neighborhoods Program.

The Healthy Neighborhoods Program (HNP) is a grant-funded program designed to help improve the personal health, safety, and environmental living conditions of residents within Clinton County. HNP is able to do this through health and safety surveys that are conducted with participants of the program. The survey covers 5 main topics: fire safety, lead, indoor air quality, injury prevention, and asthma. Based on the outcome of the survey, and program eligibility, HNP may be able to provide the participant with various safety products as well as health and safety education. HNP is FREE to all Clinton County residents regardless of age or income.


REQUEST A VISIT

Although the Healthy Neighborhoods Program Educators are in your home, remember that we are not there to judge or be invasive. If you have questions or concerns with anything in your home, we will gladly help you with any problems and refer you to local agencies or programs if we cannot assist you. Any identifying markers you provide us with—such as your name, address, or phone number—are kept confidential within our program. Only staff from the HNP has access to this information. The only information provided to the public are the survey questions, but without your name, address, or phone number. Only with permission, will we make referrals in which your name and phone number will be included. 

INFO BAR


Further Reading

HNP YouTube Video

Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Prevention

Lead Poisoning Prevention

Fire Safety

Asthma

Poisoning Prevention

Injury Prevention

Generator Safety

Tobacco Cessation

Child Safety


Contact Us
Clinton County Health Department

Environmental Health & Safety Division
(518) 565-4870

ATUPA

MENU
menu

Healthy Neighborhoods ProgramHealthy Neighborhoods Program

How safe is your home? If a fire were to occur in your home would your family know what to do? When was the last time you checked the batteries in your smoke detector? Have you talked with your family about a fire escape plan for your home? Do you have a carbon monoxide detector? Does your home even need one?


Are these questions you are hearing for the first time today? If so, you may benefit from a visit from the Clinton County Healthy Neighborhoods Program.

The Healthy Neighborhoods Program (HNP) is a grant-funded program designed to help improve the personal health, safety, and environmental living conditions of residents within Clinton County. HNP is able to do this through health and safety surveys that are conducted with participants of the program. The survey covers 5 main topics: fire safety, lead, indoor air quality, injury prevention, and asthma. Based on the outcome of the survey, and program eligibility, HNP may be able to provide the participant with various safety products as well as health and safety education. HNP is FREE to all Clinton County residents regardless of age or income.


REQUEST A VISIT

Although the Healthy Neighborhoods Program Educators are in your home, remember that we are not there to judge or be invasive. If you have questions or concerns with anything in your home, we will gladly help you with any problems and refer you to local agencies or programs if we cannot assist you. Any identifying markers you provide us with—such as your name, address, or phone number—are kept confidential within our program. Only staff from the HNP has access to this information. The only information provided to the public are the survey questions, but without your name, address, or phone number. Only with permission, will we make referrals in which your name and phone number will be included. 

INFO BAR


Further Reading

HNP YouTube Video

Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Prevention

Lead Poisoning Prevention

Fire Safety

Asthma

Poisoning Prevention

Injury Prevention

Generator Safety

Tobacco Cessation

Child Safety


Contact Us
Clinton County Health Department

Environmental Health & Safety Division
(518) 565-4870

ATUPA