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777 Woodward Ave., Detroit, MI 48226
Health Plan
The Asthma Disease Management Program operates within the Quality Improvement and Care Coordination Departments. The goal of the Asthma Disease Management Program is to improve the health status for Meridian members with asthma using a multi-disciplinary, population-based approach and to manage health care costs by promoting evidence-based diagnosis and treatment while assisting members to achieve optimal control of their disease through adherence to treatment plans including self monitoring and appropriate medical testing.
2001 Fourth Avenue, San Diego, CA 92101
Healthcare Provider
Astham Disease Management Program using case managers, educators and teleheath to provide a care team to work in collaboration with the PCP to empower patients to self manage their condition.
1 Medical Ctr Dr., Lebanon, NH 03756
Adult Asthma Program includes provider management and nursing education of patients that come to the Pulmonary Clinic at DHMC in Lebanon, NH
37 Hicks Avenue, Medford, MA 02155
1101 Vermont Avenue NW , Washington, DC 2000520
Health Plan
We are a team within a manage care organization focusing on identifiying and addressing barriers to management for our members with asthma related emergency room/ inpatient high utilization through education, environmental assessments and resource support. Asthma in our Asthma High Utilization Pilot Project
1255 Hwy 54 W, Fayetteville, GA 30214
Healthcare Provider
Asthma Education
1001 Potrero Ave, San Francisco, CA 94110
Community, Healthcare Provider
The SFGH Pediatric Asthma & Allergy Clinic is a hospital based clinic serving the poor and underserved children in San Francisco ages birth to 21 in the county's public hospital. Our clinic provides the clinical portion of our multi-faceted approach developed by the San Francisco Asthma Task Force.
7703 floyd curl drive, san antonio, TX 78229
School, Other
the 2+2 Asthma Crew Asthma Education Program uses the Asthma Blow Out Model created by Diane Rhodes to educate children to manage their asthma for a better active life.
600 Moye Blvd., Greenville, NC 27834
Community, Healthcare Provider, University
ECAPP is a collaboration between East Carolina University and Vidant Medical Center in Greenville. Our goal is to reduce asthma exacerbations and ED visits among low income children in eastern NC.
201 Smith Dr., Suite E, Cranberry Twp., PA 16066
Community, Non-profit, School
The School Asthma Initiative offers programs and resources to Early Learning Centers and K-12th grade to educate school personnel, students , parents and nurses about proper asthma management. We also provide free management tools and patient assistance for respiratory patients in need of medicaton, oxygen or an air-conditioned environment. We also sponsor Camp Huff-and-Puff for children with asthma ages 8-13.
1211 Wilmington Ave , New Castle, PA 16105
Healthcare Provider
Asthma Clinic in an outpatient hospital setting with employed Certified Asthma Educators
New Scotland , Albany, NY 12208
Healthcare Provider
New program interested in increasing asthma education in the community.Particular interest in pediatric population.
341 Fort Road, Toppenish, WA 98948
Government, Healthcare Provider
Home visit program where patients are referred by the Indian Health Service medical or pharmacy providers to the environmental or public health office for survey and then results and recommendations are communicated during visit and then place into patient's charts for providers to review.
2233 Wisconsin Ave NW, Washington, DC 20007
The Mid-Atlantic Center for Children's Health and the Environment is located at Children's National Medical Center and offers free consultation and educational programming on environmental management of pediatric asthma. Consultation is available via phone at 1-866-622-2431 and email at
355 Harlem Rd., West Seneca, NY 14224
The Asthma Coalition of Erie County is a newly funded coalition through the NYS Department of Health, Asthma Control Program. There are two projects that are focusing on quality improvement measures for managing asthma care in an inpatient setting at the local children's hospital and a primary care setting. The hope is that the data collected and lessons learned from these two specific projects will be able to be replicated throughout the Western NY region in the future.
410 Capitol Ave, Hartford, CT 06134
Coalition, Community, Government
a statewide multi-agency consortium that promotes and assists school districts to implement and maintain the EPA Tools for Schools program
2079 Forest Avenue, Staten Island, NY 10303
Healthcare Provider
Park Circle, Great Neck, NY 11024
Community, Non-profit
(TIGN) Temple Israel of Great Neck. Our newly established Health Advisory is promoting wellness within our community. A goal of ours is to educate the community and establish safety guidelines for the children in our schools (Preschool to High) in the areas of Food Allergies and Asthma.
1301 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC 20004
Asthma programs for adults, children and professional development.
personal, Concord, NC 28025
University, Other
I am a student doing research learning program development. My topic is childhood asthma.

May is Asthma Awareness Month

Participate in Asthma Awareness Month!

Each May, thousands of organizations across the U.S. join together for Asthma Awareness Month (AAM) in an effort to increase public awareness and improve the lives of children and families with asthma. Be part of this national effort to get asthma under control in communities nationwide!

Use the tools and resources identified below to plan and promote your program’s AAM activities and events.

Browse AAM Events

Check out the Events Calendar and use the widget on the lower left of the page to search for AAM events in your community!

Join the national effort in promoting Asthma Awareness. Put this widget on your Web page. Click here for the code!

Identify Partners in Your Community

Search the Community Program Profiles on to find programs in your area to partner with and host events. Promote your events by posting them on the Events Calendar!

Find and Share Resources

Search the Resource Bank to inform your program’s work. The Resource Bank has everything from checklists and asthma action plans to education and outreach materials and community health worker tools.

To search for what you need, use the advanced search feature:

  1. Visit the Resource Bank.
  2. Click on the “show advanced search” button.
  3. Check the boxes under “Resource Category,” “Resource Type,” “Language,” “Literacy Level,” and “Target Audience” based on your resource needs.
  4. Click the “search” button at the bottom of the page.
  5. To start a new search, click the “start new search button.”

To share your program’s resources:

  1. Visit the Resource Bank.
  2. In the green box on the page, click the "add your resource" button.
  3. Complete the fields and upload your resource.
  4. Make sure to click the "save" button at the bottom of the page to add your resource.
  5. To add another resource, simply repeat steps 1-4 above.

Check out these Top Five Resources:

  1. The Breathe Easies
    EPA Asthma Team
  2. Putting Together the Pieces to Manage Childhood Asthma
    Merck Childhood Asthma Network, Inc.
  3. Help Your Child Gain Control Over Asthma
    EPA Asthma Team
  4. The Asthma Organizer
    Allergy & Asthma Network Mothers of Asthmatics
  5. Dusty the Asthma Goldfish and his Asthma Triggers Funbook
    EPA Asthma Team

Plan AAM Events

Download EPA’s Asthma Awareness Month Event Planning Kit, which features new ideas for outreach and awareness activities, tips for working with the media, success stories and much more.

Add AAM Events

Publicize your community’s AAM Event on the Events Calendar. Make sure to designate it as an "Asthma Awareness Month" event so others can easily recognize that your event is part of this national effort.

Have Multiple Events?
Add each event separately to maximize your marketing impact. You’ll also be able to track how many people RSVP for each event.

Read and Share AAM Stories

After your event takes place, let other members know how it went by writing a blog post. This is a quick, easy way to share your successes with the community. You can even upload pictures from your events! Your stories can also help others in planning their own successful events.

View Popular Videos, Podcasts and Webinars

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