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  • 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

** Social Security Cards may be substituted for above for US Citizenship.


  • 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
2018-06-28T12:29:50-04:00September 23rd, 2016|Uncategorized|

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!



2016-03-23T17:56:00-04:00March 23rd, 2016|Uncategorized|

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.
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!
2016-07-29T16:16:56-04:00January 22nd, 2016|Uncategorized|

Air Waves – January 2015 Newsletter


Asthma heats up when it gets COLD!

The cold Ohio winter creates special challenges for people with asthma – breathing in very cold air can trigger an attack, but when homes are more closed up in the winter, the indoor air can be unusually full of triggers such as mold and pet dander.

When the staff at The Breathing Association make home visits to people who suffer from asthma, they identify problem areas that can lead to an asthma attack – and a potential trip to the ER.

Here are a few of our tips for avoiding an asthma attack in the winter:

  • Cover your nose and mouth with a clean scarf or face-mask when going outside.
  • Pet dander collects quickly in the home when pets spend more time inside. Keep pets out of the bedroom and vacuum more often.
  • Open up the windows on warmer days to air out your home and let dust and allergens escape, especially right after dusting or vacuuming. 
  • Avoid the common cold which can lead to an asthma flare-up – Get a flu shot, wash your hands frequently and avoid people who are ill.

For more information about managing asthma click here.

What is HEAT Insecurity? past due notice

Heat or energy insecurity means that a household is threatened with, or experiences, gas and/or electric utility shut-off. The heating season presents a special challenge for low-income families who are often forced to choose between paying utility bills and paying for food or other expenses. Living without heat in the winter dramatically increases the risk of illness and hospitalization for family members, exacerbates complications of chronic lung conditions such as COPD for the elderly, and threatens the long term health of young children. 

Ohio’s Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) assists low-income households with the costs of home heating. The Breathing Association is one of only two HEAP providers in Franklin County, helping thousands of struggling families keep the heat and lights on every winter. What’s more, for households receiving energy assistance from us, family members are also eligible to receive a free medical exam, flu shots and can received specialized care for chronic lung conditions. We are the only Franklin County HEAP provider that provides Home Visits to the home-bound or medically vulnerable.

Heat insecurity threatens the health and safety of the people The Breathing Association exists to serve. By providing heating assistance, we significantly reduce the severity and the incidence of lung health complications in this vulnerable population.


For more information about our HEAP programs, click here.

2015-02-01T17:31:22-05:00February 1st, 2015|Air Waves - Newsletter|
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