Healthy Neighborhoods Program
Lends Aid to
The Oneida County Health Department Healthy Neighborhoods Program is reaching out to West Utica residents who live in proximity to the fire that destroyed part of the F.X. Matt Brewery complex.
of our staff were out in the neighborhoods impacted by the blaze alerting
residents to our program and offering assistance where needed,
Nicholas A. DeRosa, Director of Health said. DeRosa
spoke with City of
Fliers were distributed to those homes near the site of Thursdays blaze outlining the Healthy Neighborhoods Program which conducts free home assessments including lead hazards, carbon monoxide dangers, unintentional injuries and fire safety. Residents participating in the assessment are eligible to receive smoke detectors, carbon monoxide detectors, first-aid kits, radon test kits, bathtub safety strips, cleaning supplies and garbage bags.
Anyone living in