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Where in my community can I get help for managing asthma?

The good news is there are many resources available to help you learn about asthma and how to manage the disease--many right within your own community.  These organizations can provide you with contacts and local resources and services.

People or organizations that address asthma in your community include:

  • Your or your child's doctor or other health care provider;
  • School nurses;
  • Local health departments; and
  • Regional, state, or local asthma coalitions.

National organizations that address asthma include:

To learn more about what some communities are doing to address asthma at the community level, visit Asthma Community Network.