Master Home Environmentalist Program

Is Your Home Air Healthy?

The Master Home Environmentalist© program at the American Lung Association® in Washington can help you find out.

Residents living in Seattle

Through the generous support from the City of Seattle, we are able to offer Seattle residents a FREE Healthy Home Check-up. Our trained Master Home Environmentalists will conduct a thorough assessment of your home using our Home Environmental Assessment List (HEAL®) to identify health hazards such as mold and mildew, dust mites, and ventilation issues. Based on our findings, we recommend simple, no-cost or low-cost solutions to improving the air quality in your home. If you live in Seattle and would like to schedule a Healthy Home Check-up, please complete our online form.

Out of an abundance of caution, the American Lung Association is suspending all Healthy Home Check-ups through May 31st and possibly beyond. The safety of our clients, staff, and volunteers is of utmost concern. During this time, we encourage you to explore the resources we offer below, including our “Do-it-Yourself HEAL” as well as the “20 Ways to Manage the Indoor Air Quality in Your Home.

Live in Seattle? Schedule a FREE Healthy Home Check-Up today.

Please note: we do not offer testing or cleaning

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Residents who live outside of Seattle

If you would like to conduct a Healthy Home Check-up yourself, you can use our abbreviated Do-it-Yourself HEAL form which will guide you through the process of making your home a healthier place to live.

Also available in: Spanish | Vietnamese | Chinese | Japanese

Educational Materials on Indoor Air Quality

These free educational materials were developed by our experienced staff:

Help Us Spread the Word about MHE!

Share information about our Master Home Environmentalist program with your Seattle-based clients, patients, friends and neighbors! You can request free copies of our promotional materials to be sent to you through mail by simply sending us an email [email protected] or by printing them out:

For more information please contact American Lung Association® of Washington at (206) 512-3280 or send us an email.

Page last updated: May 19, 2020

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