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341
416 J. Clyde Morrise Blvd, Newport News , VA 23601
Government
The Children's Asthma Program aims to reduce school absenteeism and ER/urgent care visits through education for parents and children, primary care providers, school nurses, and others.
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19 Bradhurst, hawthorne, NY 10592
Healthcare Provider
we provide clinical services, health education and promotion , consultations and research
www.childrensenvironment.org
343
1000 E. Broad Street, Richmond, VA 23298-0315
Healthcare Provider
Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU’s You Can Control Asthma Now (UCAN) community asthma program helps children who live in the Richmond, Virginia, metropolitan area where both asthma and poverty rates are disproportionately high.
http://www.chrichmond.org/Services/UCAN-Control-Asthma-Now.htm
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180 west washington suite 1000, Chicago, IL 60602
Non-profit
Capacity building, with sustainable, culturally competent education and outreach to at-risk families in Chicago's Chinatown on secondhand smoke and asthma.
http://www.asianhealth.org/
345
711 N. Bridge St. Room 222, Chippewa Falls, WI 54729
Coalition, Community
Founded in 2005 from a grant from the Wi asthma coalition to address higher incidence of ER visits and hospitalizations related to asthma in our community, especially in the 0-4 age group.
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155 Chitimacha Loop, Charenton, LA 70523
Government, Tribal
The Chitimacha Tribe of Louisiana operates a full service Community Health Center staffed with a physician, nurses, pharmacist, dietician, dentist,etc.
www.chitimacha.gov
347
3506 Kennett Pike, Wilmington , 19801
Health Plan
348
1211 Brookavenue, Bronx, NY 10456
Non-profit
Community Environmental Health Initiative. The age range of the participants is 5-10 years old for elementary school participants. Activities focus on asthma - education, access to quality asthma care and changing lifestyles. The goal is to create awareness of the risk factors for asthma and identify items in the home that trigger asthma attack and avoid them
www.christdisciples.org
349
P O Box 805, Lake Zurich, IL 60047
Community, Non-profit
The Program will provide asthma management education for youth, families, and athletic personnel; scholarships; asthma control devices; and recreational facilities for youth, with a focus on youth in athletic settings.
cdryouthasthma.org
350
92 Brick Road , Marlton, NJ 08053
Healthcare Provider
The Asthma program uses a holistic, interdisciplinary approach to help children and their families move through the challenges of asthma when traditional outpatient management has not led to adequate control. We work closely with our community partners and physicians to sustain a healthy lifestyle in all aspects of the child’s life.
http://www.weismanchildrens.com/
351
215 E. Ninth Street, Suite 200, Cincinnati, OH 45202
Coalition, Other
Legal services office for low-income people that has a pediatric medical-legal partnership with Cincinnati Children's Hospital, Child HeLP: http://www.cincinnatichildrens.org/service/g/gen-pediatrics/services/child-help/?WT.mc_id=101029&utm_campaign=Gen-Community-Pediatrics&utm_content=Cincinnati-Child-Health-Law-Partnership&utm_medium=Web-Print&utm_source=Multiple
http://www.cincinnatichildrens.org/service/g/gen-pediatrics/services/child-help/?WT.mc_id=101029&utm_campaign=Gen-Community-Pediatrics&utm_content=Cincinnati-Child-Health-Law-Partnership&utm_medium=Web-Print&utm_source=Multiple
352
2136 West Eighth Street, Cincinnati, OH 45204
Healthcare Provider, School
We are School Based Health Centers serving Cincinnati Public School students and their families with primary care in the school setting. We work in collaboration with the Cincinnati Public Schools Community Learning Centers.
353
515 S liberty, Independence, MO 64050
Community, Government
The City of Independence's goal is to provide asthma education to every child and staff person in the school system.
354
37 Hicks Avenue, Medford, MA 02155
School
355
Northwest Health Center, Milwaukee, WI 53218
Government
The City of Milwaukee's Home Environmental Health Program includes Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention, Primary Lead Prevention, Healthy Homes (via HUD), and Asthma Prevention
http://city.milwaukee.gov/health/environmental-health
356
529 E. Home Road, Springfield, OH 45503
Community
IAQ assessments linked to physician requests to identify triggers and identify needs of clients.
www.ccchd.com
357
6509 Elk Ct., Waldorf, MD 20603
Community, Non-profit
After a fatal asthma attack claimed the life of their 10 year old daughter, the Bogans created the “Claudia Rose Asthma Foundation”, a non-profit organization that raises funds through charity events to support finding a cure for asthma.
http://www.claudiaroseasthmafoundation.org/
358
135 S. 19th St., Philadelphia, PA 19103
Community, Non-profit
Clean Air Council works in medically under-served communities of Philadelphia to educate asthmatics, caregivers, and parents about indoor and outdoor environmental triggers and connects them with free or low-cost health and asthma management services.
http://www.cleanair.org
359
3629 South D Street, Tacoma, WA 98418
Coalition, Community, Government, Healthcare Provider, Non-profit, University
Clean Air for Kids® is a Pierce County program offered through a partnership between the Tacoma Pierce County Health Department and the Puget Sound Asthma Coalition. A Clean Air for Kids® Asthma Outreach Worker is available to help families take control of their child's asthma. Services are free of charge and provided in the home at a time that is convenient for families.
http://www.tpchd.org/health-wellness-1/diseases-conditions/asthma/
360
305 Hedrick Drive, Newport, TN 37821
Non-profit, School
It is the objective of the program to improve the education and communication to involved parties about asthma. The causes, triggers, and the dangers of the condition. Due to the lack of communication, parents fail to inform school level personnel about the condition of the child until the trigger is activated.

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