Asthma at Home
The home environment should be the safest place for you and your loved ones, but for some asthma suffers, triggers in their homes may be making them sicker.
You can take steps to ensure healthy air at home, including knowing if you have air quality problems, tips to keep pollution out, proper ventilation and more. See how to protect your air at home.
Advocating for asthma-friendly living environments in your community helps your loved ones and neighbors with asthma breathe easier. Here are some key public policy resources to help get you started.
- Guide to Asthma Policy for Housing
This online toolkit provides the policy tools and resources you can use to support everyone's right to live in a healthy, asthma-friendly home environment.
- Smokefree Policies in Multi-unit Housing: Steps for Success
The American Lung Association worked with experts around the U.S. to develop this online curriculum on how to implement a smokefree policy in multi-unit housing properties such as apartments and condominiums.