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200 Oceangate, Long Beach, CA 90802
Health Plan
200 Oceangate, Long Beach, CA 90802
Health Plan
909 12th Street, Sacramento, CA 95814
Coalition, Community, Non-profit
The Emigrant Trails Tool Kit is a self care card provided free of charge to all individuals who request it.
P. O. Box 140949, Edgewater, CO 80214
A wellness consultant since 1982, I assist people in understanding and improving their breathing challenges.
2733 wehrle dr, williamsville , NY 14221
Healthcare Provider
HCR 64 Box 52, Timber Lake, SD 57656
Community, Health Plan, Non-profit, Tribal
The BREATHE Asthma Education and Research Program aims to develop a successful way to deliver health education to rural and reservation areas and then share that method with other areas to improve health care services.
1 University Plaza, Brooklyn, NY 11201
1 University Plaza, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Non-profit, University
The Brenda Pillors Asthma Education Program is a non-profit university-based asthma education program serving Brooklyn, New York. Long Island University’s School of Health Professions administers the program in conjunction with health professionals from outside the University.
Long Island University, 1 University Plaza, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Community, Non-profit, University
The Brenda Pillors Asthma Education Program is a community-based program serving Brooklyn, New York, that provides services free of charge to members of the community who need greater control over their asthma.
752 East Main St. 1st fl, Bridgeport, CT 06608
Coalition, Community, Non-profit
Bridgeport AIRS is an asthma management program that will provide home evaluations to help clients identify things in the home that may be making their asthma worse. Provide recommendations for changes that can improve asthma symptoms. Review medications, asthma treatment plan and share the suggestions and results of the visit(s)with your doctor and/or nurse.
234 East 149th Street, Bronx, NY 10451
Coalition, Community, Government, Healthcare Provider, Non-profit
The Bronx RESPIRAR Coalition (BRAC) is a novel 5-year clinical service program that involves systems improvement, enhanced patient centered support in the community, and clinical decision support for providers proposed by the Lincoln asthma providers’ team that has received funding by the NYSDOH asthma coalition program. RESPIRAR, which means Breathe in Spanish, is also the acronym for Resources, Education, Self Management, Prevention, and Integration to Reduce Asthma Rates.
107 Hermes Road, Malta, NY 12020
The Healthy Home Evaluator certification builds on the knowledge, skills and abilities of the BPI Building Analyst, QC Inspector, or Energy Auditor certification to conduct healthy home evaluations.
149 Church St, Burlington, VT 05401
Community, Government
The Burlington Lead Program, a part of the City of Burlington, Vermont's Community and Economic Development Office (CEDO). Funded by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), the Burlington Lead Program works to educate the Burlington and Winooski communities about Lead Poisoning Prevention and provides technical assistance to reduce lead based paint hazards for area residents.
2121 Summit, Kansas City, MO 64108
Safety net clinic providing bilingual care to underserved, primarily Spanish speaking community.
299 Washington Ave, Hamden, CT 06518
Community, Government
CMS federally funded grant program providing asthma education by certified asthma nurse educators to families in both office and home settings. Supplies to reduce home triggers provided through an innovation grant.
1616 Capitol Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95899
Community, Government
Through coordinated approaches and partnerships in California, the California Asthma Public Health Initiative (CAPHI) seeks to reduce preventable asthma morbidity and mortality, eliminate disparities in asthma practices and outcomes, and implement effective programs and policies on asthma education, management, and prevention. AND
850 Marina Bay Parkway, Richmond, CA 94804
California Breathing addresses asthma in the state of California by advancing strategies outlined in the Strategic Plan for Asthma in California that will improve asthma prevention, treatment, policy, data, and public education.
1333 Broadway, Suite 1010, Oakland, CA 94612
The California Childcare Health Program is a community-based program of the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) School of Nursing providing community support services, including a toll-free hotline, professional education and training, and community outreach materials.
BOX 2756, TOLUCA LAKE, CA 91610
Coalition, Non-profit
Children's Environmental Health & Environmental Justice Coalition
119 Windsor Street, Cambridge, MA 02139
Home assessment visits, education, and supplies for families of children with asthma who are 13 years of age or less. We serve 5 communities where our parent organization has a presence. We also serve 35 communities for children under 6 years of age with need for lead poisoning prevention/education services.