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100 Park St, Glens Falls, NY 12801
Coalition, Community, Healthcare Provider, School
The establishment of the Adirondack Asthma Coalition (Glens Falls, NY 12804) grew out of the recognition of "holes" in the recognition, education, management and follow-up of patients coming through the ER and/or inpatient experience. As a result, a concerted effort has evolved to bring together those who care and worry about children and adults with asthma. Having had in-depth experience with the NC Asthma Program, it has been exciting to see the grass-roots interest in "making a difference for our community!"
not yet established
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261 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10016
The Ad Council is conducting a national media effort in support of the EPA Childhood Asthma campaign.
adcouncil.org
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836 W Wellington, Chicago, IL 60657
Community
Asthma Education for in patients as well as the community
24
5030 Broadway, New York, NY 10034
Non-profit
www.acppps.org
25
Crimmon Parkway, Morrisville, NC 27560
Other
26
151 Farmington Ave, Hartford, CT 06156
Health Plan
The program aims to improve health outcomes of Hispanic and African American patients who struggle with asthma. Program combines culturally appropriate activities, such as age-appropriate member educational materials, nurse outreach by telephone, optional home assessments and physician engagement.
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465 Congress Street Suite 301, Portland, ME 04101
Non-profit
The AH! Asthma Health Program is a systematic, coordinated, community-based approach to asthma care that empowers patients, families, schools, community organizations and primary care providers to educate and manage asthma care in accordance with treatment and management guidelines established by the National Heart Lung and Blood Institute.
http://build1.healthvsn.com/websitefiles/MAIN04101001/mh_body.cfm?id=364
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321 N. Warren Street, Trenton, NJ 08618
Community, Healthcare Provider, Non-profit, Other
Case Manaagement and educaiton program with the goal to reduce pediatric emergency visits and school absences for asthma in minority communities (Trenton, NJ) by reducing exposure to asthma triggers and by improving ability to self manage asthma symptoms.
www.henryjaustin.org
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Albert Einstein Healthcare Network, Philadelphia, PA 19141
Healthcare Provider, Non-profit
The AIR Program addresses the needs of people with frequent Emergency Department visits for asthma by helping patients to develop Asthma Action Plans in coordination with an Asthma Educator, communicate effectively with their care providers and understand how to correctly use and take medications.
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Middlesex Hospital-Center for Chronic Care Management, Middletown, CT 06457
Healthcare Provider
Air Middlesex is a disease management asthma education program for children and adults with asthma in Middlesex County that aims to improve their qualities of life through the enhancement of primary care providers' services.
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1409 Kingsley Avenue, Orange Park, FL 32073
Healthcare Provider, Other
We are a growing company of unique and innovative products that focus on removing harmful pathogens from human and animal environments to improve health and prevent disease exacerbation. The environments we improve involve a Trilogy of Air, Hand and Surfaces.
www.APRBioTech.com
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13500 Sutton Park Drive South, Suite 501, Jacksonville, FL 32224
Other
The program seeks to identify groups and organizations with whom to share the results of university and independent laboratory studies where the efficacy of the NASA developed Airocide technology is employed against airborne biologicals often associated with triggering the onset of an asthmatic episode.
3atraAWC
33
Metroplex, Dallas, TX 75104
Coalition, Community, Non-profit
34
201 Monroe Street, Suite 900H, Montgomery, AL 36104
Government
The Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) established the Alabama Asthma Program in 2009 as part of the Healthy Communities Branch of the Bureau of Health Promotion and Chronic Diseases. Alabama was awarded a five-year grant, which created a cooperative agreement with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and facilitated the creation of the ALAP.
http://www.adph.org/asthma/
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2000 Embarcadero, Ste. 300, Oakland, CA 94606
Government
The Alameda County Lead Poisoning Prevention Program facilitates the delivery of education and low-cost housing interventions in order to increase the number of healthy homes in Alameda County for low-income families with children and adolescents 0-18 years of age that have been diagnosed with asthma.
www.aclppp.org
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7200 Bancroft Ave, Ste 202, Oakland, CA 94605
Government, Non-profit
Asthma Start is an asthma management and education program for parents of children with asthma who are 0-18 years old that conducts education, performs in-home environmental interventions, provides tools to assist with the management of asthma triggers and advocates with landlords, among other services.
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6400 Uptown Blvd. NE, Albuquerque, NM 87110
School
The APS Asthma Program offers support to students with asthma by partnering with school nurses to provide intensive case management and asthma management education.
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1421 N Clovis Ave, Fresno, CA 93727
Community
Licensed Childcare CPR/FA
www.alertmedicaltraining.com
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2171 Junipero Serra Blvd. #720, Daly City, CA 94014
Non-profit
The purpose of “All About Asthma” is to develop the knowledge, skills and confidence parents, teachers and child care providers need to care for children with asthma. We offer this training periodically in collaboration with local 4Cs (Child Care Coordinating Councils) in English, Chinese and Spanish. Providers who participate in the course earn professional growth units.
www.ggbreathe.org
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227 W. Jefferson Blvd, South Bend, IN 46601
Coalition

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