The Cayuga County Healthy Neighborhoods Program seeks to reduce the burden of housing-related illness and injury. It provides in-home assessments and interventions for asthma, tobacco cessation, indoor air quality, lead, fire safety, and other environmental health hazards.
During a home visit, the home is checked for environmental health and safety issues. Staff provides education, referrals and products to help residents correct or reduce housing hazards identified during the visit. This program covers anyone who lives in the towns of Locke and Moravia, as well as three census tracts of Auburn. Auburn residents can see if their street is included in the program by clicking on the button below.
For more information about programming, please contact our office at (315) 252-4212 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Healthy Neighborhoods Program is a collaboration between the Cayuga Community Health Network, Cayuga County Health Department, and Auburn Fire Department.