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AAFA Receives CDC Funding Award to Improve Asthma Care and Outcomes for At-Risk Populations Through Comprehensive Community Health Interventions

AAFA Community Services ·
The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) is spearheading yet another new venture geared toward improving health outcomes for our nation’s most at-risk groups affected by asthma. These groups include Black, Hispanic and Indigenous Americans, senior adults, expectant mothers, children with asthma, and our nation’s military who have developed asthma while in service.
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Re: AAFA Receives CDC Funding Award to Improve Asthma Care and Outcomes for At-Risk Populations Through Comprehensive Community Health Interventions

ElleBJ01 ·
CHI-ASMA sounds like a perfect partner for our project Breathe IE, here in Riverside and San Bernardino counties in California. We are a non profit that has been funded to help children, aged 3-18 years old, with asthma and their families to recognize and reduce triggers in the home environment. Community Health Workers, such as myself, work with these families, either virtually or in-home, using a curriculum that is engaging and interactive, so that children and their families are excited...
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Re: AAFA Receives CDC Funding Award to Improve Asthma Care and Outcomes for At-Risk Populations Through Comprehensive Community Health Interventions

Kathy P ·
Welcome ElleBJ01 - that sounds like a great program! Someone from the AAFA team will be in touch to learn more about your program.
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Re: AAFA Receives CDC Funding Award to Improve Asthma Care and Outcomes for At-Risk Populations Through Comprehensive Community Health Interventions

Lorene ·
Hi @ElleBJ01 - thank you for reaching out regarding our program! I sent you an email to the address on file. Looking forward to learning more about your work in the Imperial Valley. Lorene
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