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909 12th Street, Sacramento, CA 95814
Teens and Asthma is a resource created by the teen asthma task force under the advisement of the Asthma Collaborative that provides asthma information online.
416 North Cedar St., Lansing , MI 48912
Migrant Head Start
710 22St. apt. 4, arlington, VA 22202
This program was created to show a definitive link between lawn chemicals, pesticides, paints, etc. and asthma.
P.O. Box 149347, Room T-402.9, MC 1945, Austin, TX 78714
The mission of the Texas Asthma Control and Prevention (TACPP) Program is to decrease preventable asthma morbidity and the social and economic impacts of asthma through education and awareness campaigns.
1100 W. 49th Street, Austin, TX 78756
The TACP Mission is to reduce the severity of asthma symptoms, decrease preventable asthma morbidity, decrease the number of emergency department hospital visits and deaths due to asthma in Texas, and improve the quality of life for Texans living with asthma.
PO Box 301011, Houston, TX 77230-1011
Comprehensive, health plan based, asthma quality improvement program to improve asthma outcomes for our members and the community we serve.
2500 Herman Pressler, Houston, TX 77030
Provide certification training for public health professional, community health workers, housing specialists, and agencies involved with children and care givers including the Head Start program.
2513 Southgate, Houston, TX 77030
Grassroots activist for Healthy Schools in Texas. Working to promote healthy school initiatives since 2001.
7703 Floyd Curl Drive, San Antonio, TX 78229
This project was designed to provide environmental and asthma awareness education to elementary students attending NEISD schools where asthma prevalence rates are highest and education in environmental health is most needed.
West First Avenue, Toppenish, WA 98948
The asthma and allergy project provides free services (English/Spanish). Services consists of home visits by asthma home educators. Some of our key discussions cover what cuases asthma, how to prevent asthma attacks, how asthma medicaitons help, and condition in the home and outdoors that bring on an asthma attack.
1101 Vermont ave, WDC, DC 20005
Asthma Utilization Project; educational disease management. We provide tools and information, one on one teaching and health fairs.
1520 Old Henderson Road, Columbus, OH 43220
The Breathing Association Asthma Outreach Program provides individualized care services and effective asthma management tools to prevent lung disease and improve lung health conditions in the community.
21 Grand Street, Hartford, CT 06106
Community, Government, Non-profit
Charter Oak Community Health Center seeks to establish an asthma program at the Charter Oak Clinic.
317 East 64th St, New York, NY 10021
The Childhood Asthma Initiative provides enhanced asthma care to homeless children living in shelters in NYC, including asthma education and training.
The New York Children''s Health Project
150 Bergen Street. UH- H-244A, Newark, NJ 07101
The Children’s RESPIRA Education Program provides bilingual medical and educational services to Latino families with asthmatic children in Essex, Union, Hudson, Morris, Passaic, and Middlesex Counties, New Jersey.
150 Bergen St., Newark, NJ 07101
Free Bilingual Asthma Program for Children
The Community Asthma Prevention Program is a comprehensive, self-sustaining, community-based asthma prevention program.
2216 Deepwood Drive, Wilmington, NC 28405
I am a volunteer for the ALA Healthy Air Campaign and Mothers and Other's For Clean Air. I share relevant and pertinent information about asthma via The Kellogg's Care Asthma Advocacy as an RN, AE-C
246 N. High St., Columbus, OH 43215
The Ohio Department of Health Asthma Program (ODHAP) began in 1998 with funding from the Public Health Prevention Block Grant from CDC. The program is housed within the Office of Health Improvement and Wellness (OHIW) - Bureau of Maternal Child Health. The Ohio Department of Health’s Comprehensive Asthma Control Through Evidence-based Strategies and Public Health - Health Care Collaboration is a federal grant funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for a five-year cycle for the period of Aug. 1, 2014 to July 31, 2019. The intent of the program is to provide comprehensive asthma care that provides a seamless alignment of the full array of services across the public health and health care sectors so that people with asthma receive all, not just some, of the services they need. For more information on Ohio’s Asthma Program visit the ODH Asthma website at: http://www.odh.ohio.gov/odhprograms/eh/asthma/asthma1.aspx
800 Prudential Drive, Jacksonville, FL 32207
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