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Call the Lung Health Line


Our certified respiratory
educators are ready to take your questions
(M-F 8:30am-4:30pm)

OUR HEARTS ARE IN IT. One person in five in Canada is affected by lung disease. Millions more are in jeopardy. The Lung Association is here for everyone who breathes. We realize that a diagnosis of lung disease brings endless questions and concerns. We don’t want anyone to deal with that alone. Our Lung Health Info Line, support groups, programs and information can make it easier to cope.

Lung Health Info Line

CERTIFIED RESPIRATORY EDUCATORS are standing by. Need a direct line to information on asthma, COPD, pulmonary fibrosis? Whether you’re calling about yourself or someone you care about, we are here to help.

Digital Learning Hub

Did you know that The Lung Association – Ontario offers free, self-directed education and training opportunities for everyone who breathes? All you need is an internet connection and a passion for learning.

Community Support

HELP IS THE BEST MEDICINE. Our prescription calls for honest answers and sound advice. Whatever you may be going through right now, you’re not on your own.

Asthma Support

A BIG SIGH OF RELIEF. Over half of Canadians with asthma do not have their condition under control. But a good dose of reliable information can make everybody feel better. Let’s get your lung disease questions answered.

COPD Support

ALTHOUGH THERE IS NO CURE for COPD, there are many ways to help you manage it. COPD severity ranges from mild to very severe. What is needed to manage COPD is different from one person to the next.

Quit Smoking

KISS YOUR BUTT GOODBYE. Lighting up is just about the worst thing you can do to your breathing and your body. Which is why it’s so critical for smokers–with or without symptoms of lung disease–to kick the habit.

Resource Library

YOU HAVE QUESTIONS; we have videos, toolkits, leaflets, worksheets, DVDs and other valuable resources. The Lung Association provides materials free of charge to help people with breathing conditions, their families, and caregivers.