Certified Food Safety Manager certificates must have a current date effective 1/1/19 per FDA Food Code. 

Contact us at 860-745-0383 for more information.


Servicing the towns of:
Enfield  |  Ellington  |  East Windsor  |  Windsor Locks Suffield  |  Vernon  |  Windham  |  Stafford

Community Health Offerings In Our District

Putting on AIRS 


Putting on AIRS is a program designed to help families identify and reduce in-home factors that can make asthma worse.  With your permission, trained staff check your home for things that may cause an asthma flare-up.


Who Will Visit My Home?

An asthma educator will visit you three times, one of which will include an environmental specialist.  Together they will review their findings and make suggestions on ways to help control asthma.


What Will Be Covered?

The asthma educator will review the asthma plan and medications, in addition to helping understand ways to manage asthma. Putting on AIRS staff will share the findings and suggestions with your healthcare provider. You should speak with your healthcare provider when you have questions, or when you have problems with your asthma.


How Much Will it Cost?
This program is provided at NO COST to you!


Please contact the health department for information on obtaining a referral to this program.


Putting on AIRS (POA) World Asthma Day Art Contest Winners, Broad Brook Elementary School May 7, 2019.


Kindergarten 1st Place                                                


















 Kindergarten 3rd Place

 Kindergarten 4th Place



Fourth Grade 1st Place



Fourth Grade 2nd Place 



Fourth Grade 4th Place 



The North Central District Health Department is a full-time Public Health Department with a full-time staff funded by its member towns and a annual per capita grant from the Connecticut State Department of Public Health

Our Mission is to prevent disease, injury, and disability by promoting and protecting the health and well-being of the public and our environment.

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