Healthy Indoor Air

Healthy indoor air is a priority of the American Lung Association. Whether we’re raising awareness of radon, the leading cause of lung cancer in non-smokers or working for tobacco-free housing and campuses or successfully advocating for smokefree public places, the Lung Association believes everyone has the right to healthy air in their homes, schools and workplaces.

Learn More About Radon & How to Protect Your Family

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The American Lung Association in Illinois offers a number of ways to protect your loved ones from radon. Learn more about this colorless, odorless gas, order a test kit or participate in our Radon Measurement Licensure Course. » More

Test Your Home For Radon

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The only way to tell how much radon is in your home is to test for it. By testing your home for radon, you are taking a step toward a healthier indoor environment for you and your family. » More

Health House

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The American Lung Association of the Upper Midwest Health House® program is a reliable resource for consumers and builders wanting to learn how to build and maintain healthier homes. » More

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Quit Smoking

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Quitting smoking is the single most important step a smoker can take to improve the length and quality of his or her life. Stopping smoking can be tough but smokers don’t have to quit alone. The American Lung Association can help, with programs and services to help adult and teen smokers quit for good. » More

Smokefree Housing

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Information for health professionals, tenants and property owners/managers on the importance and implementation of smokefree multi-unit housing policies. » More

The Wood Stove Changeout Program

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Residents in Illinois may be eligible to receive a voucher to changeout their old, inefficient, wood-burning appliances. » More