Asbestos was used in the construction of many homes throughout the Reservation. Breathing high levels of asbestos fibers can lead to an increased risk of several types of cancers.

Backyard Burning is a common practice in many rural areas, including our Community. But smoke from these fires can contain dangerous chemicals that affect your health and pollute our environment.

Carbon Monoxide at high levels can kill a person in minutes. This toxic gas is odorless, colorless and tasteless, so your sensory cues are not useful.

CCA was used to treat wood until 2004 especially for constructing outdoor structures such as decks and playground.

Lead is found in environment, particularly along the roadways on medians and shoulders and also in paint that was manufactured in the pre-1978 era.

Mercury is released in the air we breath from coal burning generators such as the Four Corners Power Plant. It can create many health problems.

Mold is a group of naturally occurring organisms and the most species are harmless and/or beneficial, but there are some species that can be a health problem if they grow in your home and not controlled.

Radon is a naturally occurring gas that can enter home through basement and crawl space.