ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTATION NEEDED FOR HEAP/WCP/SCP/PIPP PLUS

PLEASE BE ADVISED OF THE FOLLOWING ADDITION TO DOCUMENTATION NEEDED FOR HEAP/WCP/SCP/PIPP PLUS:

PROOF OF US CITIZENSHIP

  • Birth Certificate/Hospital Birth Records
  • Baptismal Records (only when place and date of birth is shown)
  • Indian Census Record
  • Military Service Record
  • U.S. Passport
  • Verified Citizenship for OWF Program
  • Voter Registration Cards

OR PROOF OF LEGAL RESIDENT/QUALIFIED ALIEN

  • Naturalization papers/Certifications of Citizenship
  • INS ID Card
  • Alien Registration Cards/Re-entry Permits
  • INS Form I-151 or I-551 (form I-151 will not be valid after August 1, 1993)
  • INS Form I-94
  • Permanent Visa
  • INS Form G-641
  • Documentation that alien is classified pursuant to sections: 101 (a) (2), 203 (a), 204 (a) (1) (a). 207, 208, 212(d) (5), 241 (b) (3), 243(h), or 244 (a)(3), or the immigration and Nationality Act.
  • Court Order stating that deportation has been withheld pursuant to Section 241 (b) (3) or 243 (h) or of the immigration and Nationality Act.
  • INS Form I-688

Join us on May 5th!

Honor the special women in your life and invest in Better Breathing for our community by joining us for a celebration of our community’s women at our annual Mother’s Day Celebration event on May 5th! Sponsor, buy tickets or donate to the raffle or auction today!

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CTTS Training – Fall 2016 Enrollment Now Open!

Certified Tobacco Treatment Specialist (CTTS) Professional Training
Registration OPEN NOW for the Fall Training Class: October 3-7, 2016
Location: Fellowship Hall of Northwest Christian Church, 1340 Fishinger Rd., Columbus, OH 43221
 
CTTS Certification is designed to provide education to professionals involved or interested in tobacco dependence and control administration, program development and education. The 30 hour curriculum will provide education on evidence-based clinical interventions for the treatment of tobacco dependence and best practice information for the development of tobacco treatment programs. Lecture, group discussion and role play methodologies are utilized in the course to maximize retention, develop clinical skills and provide peer networking opportunities.  The fee for the class is $1,000.
 
If you are a graduate of our course and are returning for continuing education, please email Gretchen Clark Hammond prior to registering for the course, as she will need to activate your previous account in the registration system.
 
CLICK HERE to learn more.
 
CLICK HERE to register.
 
 
COMING SOON!
CEU Saturdays Continuing Education opportunities for CTTS September 17 and November 5, 2016. Speakers and topics to be announced. CLICK HERE for more information.
 
Call 614-437-1530 to register today!
 
 

Maintain your Tobacco Treatment Specialist Certification and save $100!

ttsEnroll in our upcoming Tobacco Treatment Specialist Certification Course in October to retain your TTS certification!

By enrolling in at least 18 hours of the upcoming TTS Training Course, you can save $100 on renewal of your TTS certification.  CLICK HERE for more information.

Interested in getting your TTS certification to help others quit their tobacco habit? CLICK HERE to enroll in our upcoming training course!

Breathe Easier! We’re Building our Community Partnerships Together!

The staff at The Breathing Association teamed up with The Furniture Bank of Central Ohio on Friday, May 29th.  The staff rolled up their sleeves and built tables under the expert guidance of Furniture Bank’s Volunteer Coordinator Colin Veatch. Some wielded power tools, others hammers and paint rollers – but in the end everyone knew that it was more than just a partnership to build tables for a day – families served through The Breathing Association’s HEAP and Outreach programs are frequently referred to The Furniture Bank for help in providing furniture for their homes. 
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See the entire photo album on facebook!   

Breathe Easier! We’re building our community partnerships together!

Posted by The Breathing Association on Sunday, May 31, 2015

Please Renew Your Support!

krogercommunityrewardsIt’s April and the time Kroger asks you to tell them again who you want to support through Kroger Community Rewards.  We hope you’ll ask Kroger’s to support The Breathing Association. 

Supporting the mission of The Breathing Association is a simple as swiping your card every time you shop at Krogers.  You receive extra savings and Kroger makes a donation based on your purchases.

Simply enroll your Kroger Plus Card online and select The Breathing Association (#80889) as your Community Rewards recipient. Kroger does the rest!  CLICK HERE for more detailed instructions or go to www.krogercommunityrewards.com.

Make it a Date!

Invite your mom, sibs, friends and colleagues and come to the 2015 Mother’s Day Tea!  Meet our honoree, Ms. Fran Ryan and enjoy a fabulous lunch and skyline view from the Boat House at Confluence Park.  We’ll have tea, of course, as well as wonderful silent auction and raffle items for you to bid on just in time for Mother’s Day!  Make your mom proud by supporting The Breathing Association’s crucial lung health services for our community. CLICK HERE to buy tickets or sponsor online, or visit our PAGE to print forms to send in with your RSVP.  We’ll see you on May 7th!

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Attention Kroger Shoppers!

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It’s April and the time Kroger asks you to tell them again who you want to support through Kroger Community Rewards.  We hope you’ll ask Kroger’s to support The Breathing Association. 

Supporting the mission of The Breathing Association is a simple as swiping your card every time you shop at Krogers.  You receive extra savings and Kroger makes a donation based on your purchases.

Simply enroll your Kroger Plus Card online and select The Breathing Association (#80889) as your Community Rewards recipient. Kroger does the rest!  CLICK HERE for more detailed instructions or go to www.krogercommunityrewards.com.

A Public Tribute to Dan Schoedinger

 

 

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A public tribute honoring and celebrating the life of Dan Scheodinger will be held on Saturday, October 25, 2014 from 10am-12pm at the Cultural Arts Center, 139 West Main Street, Columbus 43215. The longtime supporter, Board Member, and Board Member Emeritus of The Breathing Association died after a bicycling accident in Montana on July 27, 2014.

Several members of The Breathing Association in Columbus hailed the dedication of Schoedinger. Breathing Association Chair, Diane Habash, said, “Dan’s spirit was full of love and he was a great supporter of doing everything he could do to improve the quality of life for all of us in Central Ohio. I remember, vividly, the day he talked to the Board about our legacy in life and how he urged us to create one.” 

Recent Board President Rob Brubaker noted that Schoedinger’s passing leaves a substantial impact on so many. “It is hard to do justice to the depth of Dan’s extraordinary service. The Breathing Association owes Dan a huge debt of gratitude.” 

Schoedinger joined The Breathing Association Board of Trustees in 1995 and served as Trustees Chair from 2004-2005. He continued as Trustee Emeritus until his death

Donations to The Breathing Association in Schoedinger’s honor will be used to continue the work he supported with his service to the organization. Contributions in his memory may be made by calling The Breathing Association at 614-457-4570; by writing The Breathing Association, 1520 Old Henderson Road, Columbus, OH 43220; or through The Breathing Association website by clicking here.