Barb Wilkie's EHN Website
Last updated 2008

EHN Board President Barb Wilkie was very ill from chemically-induced kidney disease for several years. She passed away May 31, 2011. EHN presents this site both as a tribute and as valuable information. Many links and references will be out of date but Barb's research holds up over time. We will be transferring the site page by page, with updated details, to EHN's main site. If you would like to reach an EHN staff person, please contact us directly.


EHN [of California]
P.O. Box 1155
Larkspur, California, 94977-0074

Support and Information Line
(SAIL) 415.541.5075
A 501 (c) (3) non profit agency.


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Currently, EHN does not have the volunteers necessary to carry on with the publication of its newsletter, The New Reactor. Therefore, your contributions are fully tax-deductible to the full extent of the law. Please mark your contribution as a "Donation."

While EHN is not currently publishing, EHN does carry on its mission to provide support, education, assistance and advocacy for persons with autoimmune disorders and related environmental and chemical hypersensitivities, and to promote the improvement of the environment. Thank you.

If/when EHN again publishes its newsletter, The New Reactor:
If you wish to become a member at the basic or professional level, the first $18 of your membership is not tax deductible. Any amount above that $18 is tax deductible.

EHN is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
EHN's federal tax ID number is 94-3072515.


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Folks living in or near San Francisco may donate to EHN through the . . .


Community Thrift Store
623 Valencia, San Francisco, CA

phone number: 415.861.4910

fax number: 415.861.7483

Because EHN is a member organization -- #49 -- of The Community Thrift Store, those of you living in or near San Francisco, may get money into EHN's coffers by taking your donations of CLEAN, NO REPAIR, READY TO USE OR WEAR articles to The Community Thrift Store. For more information on what to donate and not to donate, visit


EHN provides advocacy, information and resrouces through:

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The New Reactor -- EHN's newsletter, which has been published six times a year --
The New Reactor has been in hiatus since 2002 due to the ill health of our database manager and myself . . . and the lack of volunteers stepping in to fill the need. Hope springs eternal that we will again start publishing, but that will depend upon dedicated volunteers taking action.

Support and Information Line (SAIL)
This feature may be limited to our providing information only -- it takes PEOPLE to make SAIL work. You may call 415.541.5075 and leave your message to volunteer for SAIL or other EHN projects.

Web Site -- A great place to begin your research.

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The Environmental Health Network (EHN) [of California] is a 501 (c) (3) non profit agency and offers support and information for the chemically injured. Learn from the work of Julia Kendall, get The BEST of the Reactor, join EHN and receive The New Reactor. See what influence the Chemical Manufacturers have had against those of us with EI. The URL for EHN's homepage is