Radon Resources

Welcome to the Logan County KY Radon Resources page. Feel free to download and share any of these files or links with your circle. This page is to help you research and share your experience with Radon testing.

Kits are always available to borrow at the Logan County Public Library.

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Flyers and Information

FREE Written and Online Educational Materials

  • Interactive State Map: Certain types of rock emit higher levels of radon. Created in partnership with the Kentucky Geological Survey, these convenient easy-to-read infographic handouts are tailored to each county and convey radon potential based on geology and actual radon values, as well as the prevalence of radon testing by county.


  • University of Kentucky: Healthy Homes & Communities Cooperative Extension hosted a panel of guests to discuss radon in Kentucky.  This panel consists of Lindi Campbell of Breath of Hope KY, BREATHE radon program coordinator Kyle Kuykendall, KDPH state radon coordinator Clay Hardwick, and was moderated by Hardin Stevens, Senior Extension Associate for Family and Consumer Sciences.


  • Prescription for Radon Program: Gives healthcare providers the tools and information necessary to initiate conversations with patients about the dangers of radon exposure and effective solutions. Tools include a fact sheet, brochure, activity book, and more!


  • United Voices – Kentucky, a video written and produced by Breath of Hope KY President, Lindi Campbell. Kentucky Lung Cancer survivors speak out to raise awareness that anyone with lungs can get lung cancer in an effort to help erase the stigma. Their lives tell a different story than how you may view lung cancer.


  • What is radon? with Mike Mattox, produced by the Gateway District Health Department and the Northeast Kentucky Area Health Education Center. This short video provides an excellent overview of radon, health effects, and the importance of home radon testing.


  • Radon Guidance for Health Care Providers-Reducing the Risk from Radon, developed by the Conference of Radiation Control Program Directors (CRCPD), Inc., the Environmental Protection Agency and Dr. Bill Field, Retired Professor in the University of Iowa’s College of Public Health. This guide was designed to furnish health care providers with the information they need to reduce their patients’ exposure to radon.


  • AARST NRAM materials include multi-lingual radon consumer guides, NRAM consumer postcards and doorhangers, and over a dozen pre-made radon-themed images that are designed to help you promote radon messaging and education through multiple social media platforms!


  • EPA NRAM resources include an NRAM Event Planning Kit from Radon Leaders, a radon social media outreach toolkit & Media Resources for Partners and Stakeholders, an Introduction to Radon Gas in Homes webinar, and more.



  • The Kentucky State Radon Program hosted its annual radon poster contest and radon video contest over the fall, and recently chose winners for each & shared thru their social media.  2023 poster winners are here, and 2023 video winners are: 1st, 2nd, & 3rd place.


  • The American Lung Association offers multiple NRAM resources, including a free Radon Basics course, radon test kit ordering, and more.

FREE Continuing Educational Opportunities

  • Updated in 2022, BREATHE’s FREE radon course may be completed for up to 4.0 CE credit ours.  Learn how to talk with patients about radon over six self-paced online modules designed for CHES, CPHCE, KBRC, CNE, & Other CE’s.


  • The American Lung Association offers a free one-hour interactive online learning program designed to help people understand more about radon, a radioactive cancer-causing gas commonly found indoors at dangerous levels.  1.0 credit hour for CRCE & AARC is awarded.


Interested in Radon Control Policy?


  • State Radon Legislation – Issues and Options: A report developed by the Environmental Law Institute, contains some of the issues related to radon laws and programs and provides policy options for addressing them. The report is intended to stimulate radon policy discussion and the exchange of ideas.





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