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Frequently Asked Questions
for the Environmental Health Network

Q: What is EHN?

A: We are a registered nonprofit (501(c)(3)) located in the San Francisco Bay Area providing support, advocacy & information for the chemically and electrically injured and hypersensitive.  We incorporated as a nonprofit in 1988.

Q: How do I join EHN?

A: All members (paying or not, signed up or not) can participate in our mailing lists, come to our meetings, and use our services.  Paying members will get our newsletter, The Reactor, when it comes back into production.  To join, please use this link: http://ehnca.org/membership-donations/

Q: When are your meetings?

A: Most of the year, we meet the first Saturday of the month at 4pm (some exceptions).  The best way to find out about upcoming meetings is to join the EHN-Announce mailing list, since we do sometimes change meeting days, times, and locations.  There is a speaker, a support group where everyone gets the chance to talk, and then a potluck.  Meetings are held in Ecology House’s Community Room.  375 Catalina Blvd, San Rafael, CA 94901.  People must come scent-free.  Contact us if you have any questions.

Q: When are your picnics?

A: During the summer, we have picnics instead of regular meetings.  Although we aim for the first Saturday of the month, often the dates aren’t quite the same.  We vary the locations and usually meet in San Rafael, Berkeley, and priligy in australia Santa Rosa, but we’re open to other locations around the Bay Area.  All of our events are scent-free and held in areas free of pesticides, air freshener, cigarette and bbq smoke, and other avoidable toxins.

Q: How can I find out details about upcoming events?

A: As we expand our website, you’ll soon be able to find that information here.  Other ways are to join the EHN-Announce mailing list or our Facebook page.

Q: How do I join your mailing lists?

A: EHN runs two member mailing lists: EHN-Announce (low volume, announcements only, no discussion, local SF Bay Area focus) and EHN-Chat (medium volume, lots of discussion, local SF Bay Area focus).

Q: What do you have for people outside of the SF Bay Area?

A: Please join our Facebook page.  And let us know what else you’d like.

Q: What do you have for people with limited or no computer access?

A: In addition to our in-person meetings (and The Reactor when we are back in production), we are planning to add phone conferencing.

Q: How can I volunteer?

A: We have volunteer opportunities for both members of our community and for scent-free supporters.  Let us know if you’re local or not and what you have in mind.

Q: How can I donate?

A: Donations are welcome.  Please use the contacts below (online donations by credit card coming soon!).  You can also take used goods to Community Thrift in San Francisco.  Be sure to give them EHN’s account number, which is 49.  If you shop online, check out GoodShop for coupons and set your designated charity to Environmental Health Network of California – EHN (Larkspur, CA).

Q: How can I contact EHN?

A: (415) 541-5075 to leave a message.  P.O. Box 1155, Larkspur, CA 94977-1155 for snail mail.  For email, send to ehn at ehnca dot org.  You can also leave questions in the comments below.

One Comment »

  • Kathy Carman said:

    Are there any benefits for Army service men that guarded the Hanford Base? My husband was guarding the base in 57-58 for 8-9 mo. In those days they worn no protection, no badges, just watched the smoke an? come out the stacks. He got skin rashes has had prostate cancer, skin cancer, now suffers from fierce headaches that won’t go away and dizziness. He has been to Mayo, Jacksonville,FL., Laser Institute in Tampa, FL. The doctors wonder why his radiation is high.
    Is there anything being done to help him?

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