Stanislaus County Asthma Coalition

Mission:

"To create an asthma-friendly community by promoting awareness, education, management, and prevention."

Objectives:
This coalition is a diverse group of 90 members, representing 40 organizations/agencies comprised of medical professionals, public health professionals, government agencies, community-based organizations, and others dedicated to improving the quality of life for people with asthma through information-sharing, networking, and advocacy.

Members volunteer their time to meet and strategize approaches to making Stanislaus County an asthma-friendly community through:

  1. Public Education
  2. Treatment & Management
  3. Data & Epidemiology
  4. Strategic Planning & Policy Advocacy

General meetings are held on a quarterly-basis on a Wednesday, 12:30 p.m.-2 p.m.

Sub-committee meetings are held monthly on a Wednesday, 12:30-1:30 p.m.

How to become a Member:
Membership shall be open to individuals who have a passion and commitment to decrease morbidity and mortality due to asthma within Stanislaus County. Membership is a volunteer position without compensation. The time and support of our members is valuable and appreciated. Members are a key component in successfully preventing and controlling asthma.

Partners:

  • Airport Neighbors United
  • American Lung Association of Central California
  • Anthem Blue Cross of California
  • AstraZeneca
  • CareMore
  • Central California Child Development Services
  • Central CA Alliance for Health
  • Ceres Partnership for Healthy Children
  • Child Health & Disability Prevention (CHDP) Program
  • Children & Families Commission
  • City of Modesto Parks & Recreation Department
  • Doctors Medical Center
  • Environmental Resources
  • Fresno-Madera Medical Society
  • GlaxoSmithKline
  • Golden Valley Health Centers
  • Health Net of California
  • Health Plan of San Joaquin
  • Health Services Agency (HSA)
  • Kaiser Permanente
  • Kaplan College
  • Maternal Child & Adolescent Health (MCAH) Program
  • Medic Alert
  • Memorial Medical Center
  • Merced-Mariposa County Asthma Coalition
  • Merck
  • Migrant Education
  • Modesto City Schools
  • Modesto Junior College
  • Newman-Crows Landing Unified School District
  • Oakdale Unified School District
  • Office of Education
  • Patterson Unified School District
  • Phadia
  • Public Health Services
  • RAMP (Regional Asthma Management & Prevention)
  • Riverbank Unified School District
  • San Joaquin County Public Health Services
  • San Joaquin Valley College
  • San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District
  • Stanislaus Health Foundation
  • Sutter Gould Medical Foundation
  • Sutter Gould Medical Group
  • Sylvan Unified School District
  • Teva Specialty Pharmaceuticals
  • West Modesto-King Kennedy Neighborhood Collaborative

Resources:

Contributions:

The Stanislaus County Asthma Coalition gratefully accepts tax-deductible donations from the community to help reduce the burden of asthma.

To make a donation:
Please make check or money order payable to:
Stanislaus County Asthma Coalition
Tax ID# is: 94-2158023

Mailing Address:
Stanislaus County Asthma Coalition
c/o Sierra Vista Child & Family Services
100 Poplar Ave
Modesto, CA 95354

Chair:
Dai Park, M.D.
Stanislaus County Asthma Coalition

Sub-Committee Chair:
Arlaine Gutierrez, M.D.
Public Education
Treatment & Management

Sharon Hutchins, PhD, Epidemiologist
Data & Epidemiology

John Walker, M.D.
Strategic Planning & Policy Advocacy

Contact Information

Mary L. Martinez
Project Coordinator
830 Scenic Drive,
3rd Floor, 353
Modesto, CA 95350
Phone: (209) 548-7834
Alt. Phone: (209) 558-8860
Fax: (209) 558-8859
E-mail: gro.htlaehrettus@lmnitram

Contact Information


Mary L. Martinez
Project Coordinator

Stanislaus County Asthma Coalition
830 Scenic Drive,
3rd Floor, 353
Modesto, CA 95350

Phone: 209-548-7834
Alt. Phone: 209-558-8860
Fax: 209-558-8859
E-mail: gro.htlaehrettus@lmnitram

Asthma-Friendly Flag Program


A multi-colored flag system that serves as a daily indicator of outdoor air quality in the community.

Over 200 public and private schools are participating in this free program!

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