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National Center for Environmental Health, APRHB, Atlanta, GA 30341
Government
The CDC Asthma Program aims to support the management of asthma nationwide and is composed of three main components: surveillance, science-based interventions, and partnerships.
http://www.cdc.gov/asthma/default.htm
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2491 Alluvial Ave, suite 410, Clovis, CA 93611
Non-profit
The goal of the Central California Asthma Collaborative (CCAC) is the reduce the burden of childhood asthma in the San Joaquin Valley. CCAC will engage and develop a network of stakeholders across the region who will work together to improve the health and quality of life of San Joaquin Valley residents affected by asthma.
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PO Box 796, Sparta , GA 31087
Non-profit
What is the Central Georgia Asthma Education Initiative (CGAEI)? The Central Georgia Asthma Education Initiative (CGAEI) is a community health education project to increase awareness of environmental triggers of asthma. This project is designed to train parents, teachers, students, other faculty and staff, community leaders and local residents about the harmful effects of environmental trigge
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4 Tower Drive, Fulton, NY 13069
Non-profit
The Central New York Asthma Coalition provides a neutral table for local asthma stakeholders, including schools, healthcare providers, and others, to address needs and make improvements for asthma care in the central New York region.
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240 Parsons Avenue, Columbus, OH 43215
Coalition, Community, Government, Healthcare Provider, University
The Central Ohio Asthma Coalition, the main coordinating agency for organizations and individuals in Columbus who are concerned about the alarming asthma epidemic, provides a neutral forum for asthma information exchange and collaboration on asthma projects to improve the quality of life of individuals affected by asthma.
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San Jorge , Santurce, 00912
Community
Key words: Health Education, Health Promotion, Patient Education, Community Health Eductaion, Training for Health Professionals, Training for Teacher, Asthma Education Program in Schools, Curriculum Development, Education in Summer Camps, Celebration of World Asthma Day.
www.sanjorgechildrenshospital.com
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501 13th St. NW, Cedar Rapids, IA 52405-3700
Government
CHAMP - Children's Home Asthma Management Program. Asthma education & in home environmental assessment
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848 Adams Street, Memphis , TN 38103
Community, Healthcare Provider
CHAMP is a CMS Innovations project that involves implementing an asthma registry, providing community based education in homes and schools, and collaboration with community partners.
LeBonheur.org
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8748 Overland Rd , Ward, CO 80481
Non-profit
Champ Camp changes the lives of children who suffer from asthma. The majority of them come from low-income families who, without support, cannot afford to send their kids to asthma camp. What is Champ Camp?? Champ Camp is an educational program and weeklong summer camp for children ages 7-14 with asthma. At camp children gain confidence in themselves and their ability to take control of their asthma.
http://www.lung.org/associations/states/colorado/events-programs/champ-camp.html
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Campus Central Gurabo, Caguas, Gurabo, Las Piedras, PR 00778
School
The program is working to reduce absenteeism among asthmatic students
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Ekolog_IAQ-Caildad-del-Aire-Interior-en-las-Escuelas/150891458256763
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601 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20004
Community, Healthcare Provider
The Merck Childhood Asthma Network (MCAN) partnered with The George Washington University (GW) School of Public Health and Health Services, the RCHN Community Health Foundation and Rho to implement the Community Healthcare for Asthma Management and Prevention of Symptoms (CHAMPS) project in three non-profit, Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC). This initiative in community health centers (CHC) is designed to demonstrate how tailored, evidence-based asthma management programs proven efficacious in controlled trials, can be implemented in real-world settings where many children and families most in need get care.
http://www.mcanonline.org/champs.xhtml
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205 Sage Road, Ste 100, Chapel Hill, NC 27514
Healthcare Provider
Asthma educator for all children and families with asthma to help them self-manage their disease without limitations.
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701 E. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., P.O. Box 30035, Charlotte, NC 28202
School
The Asthma Education Program is a collaborative initiative between Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools and the Mecklenburg County Health Department, and is a funded by a collaborative agreement with Centers For Disease Control and Prevention/Division of Adolescent and School Health (CDC/DASH). The goals are to create a safe, supportive learning environment; increase student participation in academic and school activities; improve attendance; and build lifelong self-management skills for children with asthma.
http://www.cms.k12.nc.us/cmsdepartments/csh/AsthmaEdu/Pages/default.aspx
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80 East Street, Pittsboro, NC 27344
Government
http://www.chathamnc.org/index.aspx
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151 Everett Avenue, Chelsea, MA 02150
Healthcare Provider
Background The MGH Chelsea Pediatric Asthma program strives to improve the management of asthma care for adolescent and pediatric patients with the aim of improving their health and reducing emergency room visits and hospitalizations over time. Chelsea is a dense city with a relatively high poverty rate and a majority Latino population. These demographics are consistent with a higher risk of h
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100 Cherry St SE, Grand Rapids , MI 49503
Non-profit
Management, Assessment, Testing, and Education provided to Asthma and COPD patients of Cherry St Health Services' medical providers.
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1201 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107
Community
Through an education and outreach program, CHEST aims to reduce the incidence of asthma exacerbation, hospitalization and asthma related deaths.
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Crozer-Chester Medical Center, Silberman Center, Room #309, Upland, PA 19013-3995
Coalition, Community, Healthcare Provider, Non-profit
The Chester Home Asthma Prevention Program (CHAPP) was a successful home-based asthma education and environmental remediation program for Chester City, PA, an Environmental Justice community funded by a three-year EPA grant administered by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection. CHAPP addressed both indoor and outdoor asthma triggers and was a collaboration between the Crozer-Chester Medical Center and the Chester Environmental Partnership (CEP).
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4541 N. Ravenswood Avenue, Chicago, IL 60640
Coalition, Community, Non-profit
The Chicago Asthma Consortium is a coalition of medical and public health professionals, business leaders, government agencies, community activists, and others dedicated to improving the quality of life for people with asthma through information sharing, networking and advocacy.
www.chicagoasthma.org
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2551 N Clark St, Suite 201, Chicago, IL 60614
Healthcare Provider
Dr. Donnell and Dr. Newhall are private practice, board-certified allergists who care for children and adults in the Chicagoland area.
www.chicagofamilyasthma.com

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