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556 E. 115th St, Chicago, IL 60628
Community, Non-profit
The Chicago Family Health Center is a federally funded healthcare facility serving approximately 17,000 individuals a year.
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845 S. Damen Avenue, RM 1122, Chicago, IL 60612
University
Chicago Health Corps places Members in partner sites throughout the city of Chicago to improve access to high-quality, comprehensive primary healthcare for communities facing barriers to basic health services.
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125 S. Clark St. , Chicago, IL 60603
School
Chicago Public Schools is being funded to develop district wide educational trainings and resources for staff, children and parents that are focused on asthma.
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330 Twin Dolphin Drive, Redwood City, CA 94065
Non-profit
http://sanmateo4cs.org/
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2021 K Street NW Suite 800, Washington, DC 20006
Coalition, University
The Childhood Asthma Leadership Coalition is a multi-sector group of advocates and experts dedicated to raising awareness and advancing public policies to improve the health of children who suffer from asthma.
www.childhoodasthma.org
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Grand Central Bldg. , St. Louis, MO 63103
Childhood Asthma Linkages in Missouri is a grant initiative supporting program models that utilize community-based approaches to build successful linkages among those responsible for asthma care in children.
Missouri Foundation for Health
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1415 Washington Heights, Ann Arbor, MI 48109
Community, University
The Childhood Asthma Linkages in Missouri (CALM) project was designed by the Missouri Foundation for Health (MFH) to support the implementation and expansion of comprehensive, innovative and evidence-based programs to improve health outcomes for school-age children with asthma. Specifically, CALM supports program models led by hospitals, school districts or university-based health centers that utilize community-based approaches to build successful linkages among those responsible for asthma care in children. The University of Michigan Center for Managing Chronic Disease (CMCD) is conducting a comprehensive evaluation of the CALM program that will result in common cross-site assessment of reach, linkages, sustainability of efforts, and asthma-related outcomes.
http://cmcd.sph.umich.edu/calm.html
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620 S 76th St., Milwaukee, WI 53214
Coalition, Community, Healthcare Provider, Non-profit, School
The ACES (Asthma Care and Environmental Strategies) program is collaborative approach between the WI Dept of Health Services-Division of Public Health and CHW to provide in-home analysis of environmental triggers to asthma combined with a comprehensive client educational program to address pathophysiology, medications, symptoms and early warning signs of asthma, asthma triggers inside and outside the home, and vaccination promotion.
http://www.chw.org/location-directory/locations/milwaukee-76th-street-community-services/
329
1935 Medical District Drive, Dallas, TX 75235
Community, Non-profit
The Asthma Management Program at Children's Medical Center Dallas is a six-month, comprehensive program that focuses on asthma education, self-management skills and coordination of care for children ages 0-17 with a diagnosis of asthma.
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301 University Blvd., Galveston, TX 77539
University
The primary goals of Children’s Asthma Program at the University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB) are to provide comprehensive: diagnostic evaluation, self-management planning and education, and monitoring for children with asthma and related disorders. In addition to asthma education in the clinic, the asthma team supports a one week, summer day camp for children ages 7-12. Children older than 1
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301 University Blvd., Galveston, TX 77539
University
The Children’s Asthma Program at the University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB) provides comprehensive diagnostic evaluation, self-management planning and education, and monitoring for children with asthma and related disorders
332
3800 Island Way, Austin, TX 78746
Non-profit
www.cehi.org
333
1390 Market St. #410, San Francisco, CA 94102
Government
We promote healthy homes, childcare and school settings so that children can develop to their full potential. We help families by linking them to needed services or code enforcement. We provide information, education and trainings to community agencies, medical providers and interested groups in support of these goals.
http://www.sfdph.org/dph/EH/CEHP/default.asp
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1405 Clifton Road NE, Atlanta, GA 30322
Healthcare Provider
Children's Healthcare of Atlanta serves children of all ages with three Pediatric Hospitals located in Atlanta, Georgia.
www.choa.org
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333 N. Santa Rosa Street, San Antonio, TX 78207
Healthcare Provider
www.chofsa.org
336
347 North Smith Avenue, St. Paul, MN 55102
Healthcare Provider
The Asthma Clinic of Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota emphasizes patient and family education to improve quality of life for children with asthma.
337
616 H Street NW. Suite 300, washington DC, DC 20001
Non-profit
Healthy Together is Children's Law Center's medical legal partnership for DC's children. Our lawyers work side by side wiht pediatricians in health clinics that treat low-income families and find legal remedies to health problems that get in the way of children's health and success, including advocacy to obtain healthy homes.
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1119 Battlecreek Rd., Jonesboro, GA 30236
Healthcare Provider
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2420 E. Pershing, Ste G10, Kansas City, MO 64108
Community, Health Plan, Healthcare Provider, Non-profit
Certified Asthma educators from the asthma management program at Children's Mercy Family Health Partners form relationships with primary care physicians to help them implement comprehensive asthma management in their offices, leading to improved patient health and reduced costs for patients and their families in Kansas City.
Children's Mercy Family Health Partners
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2233 Wisconsin Ave. NW, Washington, DC, DC 20007
Other
School Health Nursing Program

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