Healthy Home, Healthy Child, Inc. - The Westside Children's Asthma Partnership
Based on previous pediatric asthma initiatives in Westside Chicago, Melissa Gutierrez and Helen Margellos-Anast of the Sinai Urban Health Institute determined that basic asthma interventions were associated with improved health outcomes. Building on this knowledge, they developed a rigorous environmental component to their interventions and created their EPA award-winning program, Healthy Home, Healthy Child, Inc., (HHHC).
How Maine's Public Housing Authorities Became 100% Smoke-Free
Learn how the Maine Smoke-Free Housing Coalition led the way for Maine to become the first in the country with smoke-free public housing policies statewide. Listen to Coalition founder Tina Pettingill and Coalition Director Sarah Mayberry’s remarkable story of how they engaged tenants and property owners, and find out how you can replicate their success in your state and community.
The Role of Community Health Workers in Asthma Control
Dr. Tyra Bryant-Stephens discusses the role of community health workers in effective home-based asthma education.
Asthma Management in the Healthy Homes Movement
Rebecca Morley, Executive Director of the National Center for Healthy Housing speaks about the healthy homes movement and how it relates to asthma management.
Part II - Program Evaluation
Brian Kasher and Beth Burton of Charlotte-Mecklenburg School District discuss how they incorporate evaluation into their IAQ Program, and how it has lead to their programmatic success.
Asthma Disparities in Underserved Populations
Gillian Mittelstaedt from the Tulalip Indoor Air Program and Jerry Hause from the Cowlitz Weatherization Assistance Program in Washington state discuss their experiences controlling asthma in the Northwest and in tribal communities who are disproportionately affected by asthma.
A Podcast Interview with Nancy Sander, Allergy and Asthma Network Mothers of Asthmatics
For the past 25 years, Allergy and Asthma Network Mothers of Asthmatics (AANMA) has been working to help curb asthma and allergy attacks in children and provide families with the tools and resources needed to control asthma. Nancy Sander, founder of AANMA, speaks about what inspired her to start this organization and how she led the campaign for students to have the right to carry and self-administer their asthma medications at school.
Part I - Making a Difference in School-Based Asthma Management
Brian Kasher, Manager of Environmental Health and Safety for Charlotte-Mecklenburg School District, and Beth Burton, an Asthma Management Nurse who leads the school district’s asthma education program, discuss how collaboration between their programs helps make a positive difference in addressing asthma throughout their school district.
Healthy Home, Healthy Child, Inc. - The Westside Children's Asthma Partnership
How Maine's Public Housing Authorities Became 100% Smoke-Free



Cleveland’s HUD-funded Case Healthy Homes & Patients Program (CHHAP) is an innovative community collaboration that achieved significant cost savings and improved outcomes among children with asthma. In this webinar Dr. Dorr Dearborn and Stuart Greenberg will discuss how CHHAP’s successful blend of in-home asthma education and targeted healthy homes remediation led to a 58.6 percent decrease in hospitalizations of children with asthma.

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