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Non-Profit Organizations

Alliance for Healthy Homes
The Alliance for Healthy Homes is a national, nonprofit, public interest organization working to prevent and eliminate hazards in homes that can harm the health of children, families, and other residents. These hazards include lead, mold, carbon monoxide, radon, pests, and pesticides.

American Lung Association
The American Lung Association is the oldest voluntary health organization in the United States, with a National Office and constituent and affiliate associations around the country. The mission of the American Lung Association is to prevent lung disease and promote lung health. Founded in 1904 to fight tuberculosis, the American Lung Association today fights lung disease in all its forms, with special emphasis on asthma, tobacco control and environmental health.

Cancer Survivors Agaisnt Radon (CanSAR)
CanSAR: Cancer Survivors Against Radon is an organization that works to put a human face on the radon health risk, and provides a voice to sufferers of apparent radon-induced lung cancer. Members of CanSAR engage in outreach, sharing their personal stories to encourage radon testing, mitigation, and progressive public policy on radon.

National Center for Healthy Housing
The National Center for Healthy Housing (Formerly the National Center for Lead-Safe Housing) is a nonprofit organization founded 1992 that brings the public health, housing, and environmental communities together to combat our nation's epidemic of childhood lead poisoning. As the National Center for Healthy Housing continues its important role in reducing children's risk of lead poisoning and has expanded its mission to help to decrease children's exposure to other hazards in the home including biological, physical, and chemical contaminants in and around the home.

National Safety Council
The National Safety Council is a 501 (c) (3) non-for-profit, charitable, international public service organization dedicated to educating and influencing people to prevent accidental injuries and deaths. Founded in 1913 and chartered by the U.S. Congress in 1953, the NSC is the only organization promoting safety in the workplace, in transportation, and in homes and communities. The National Safety Council serves as a leading resource on industry trends, professional development, and strategies for advancing safety and health programs and practices. The Council is active in converting injury research and trends information into injury prevention education, training, consultation and advocacy leadership.