Healthy Worksite Award Program
Breathe California is partnering with the Santa Clara County Public Health Department to encourage local organizations to promote a healthier work environment for their employees, clients, and the community.
To learn how your organization or company can become a healthier worksite, visit the links below. Get the healthy recognition your organization deserves!
Is secondhand smoke bothering you?
Breathe California continues to advocate on behalf of non-smokers and believes that all should be free from exposure to secondhand smoke in public places. Breathe California has been a leader in advocating for smoke-free outdoor dining in San Jose, Campbell , Morgan Hill, Mountain View, and continues to support communities in developing more smoke-free outdoor dining locations.
No one should have to suffer from the toxic impact of tobacco smoke.
Breathe California TV show, Thursday nights on Comcast Channel 15
Did you know that Breathe California has its own TV show? Hosted by environmental attorney and long-time BC volunteer Terry Trumbull, the show examines various topics surrounding lung disease, air quality, alternative fuels and public policy decisions that affect lung health.
The show airs every Thursday night at 8:30. Past shows can also be viewed on our YouTube channel. Click the link below for more Breathe California TV.
Do you suffer from sleep apnea? Have a C-PAP machine to donate?
Sleep apnea is a serious breathing disorder that affects millions of Americans. Breathe California operates a very popular program in which we accept used C-PAP, Bi-PAP, and auto-PAP machines and redistribute such equipment first-come, first-served at no charge. If you need a C-PAP machine, we may be able to help. If you have an used machine, please consider donating it.
Since Breathe California's Worksite Wellness project began last July, nine local agencies and corporations have signed wellness policies -- not only for their employees, but the communities and local residents they serve. The agencies are creating a culture of wellness