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Project HEAL

HEAL (Health Equity Advancement & Leadership) is a project with the goal of building and supporting community-based work to address inequities in asthma. The overall goal of HEAL is to reduce asthma deaths and illness among high-risk populations.

The Asthma & Allergy Foundation of America – Michigan Chapter (AAFA-MI,) has been chosen to start a HEAL program.  We hope to improve asthma control through advancing general health and wellness, access to specialty care, assessment of home environments, and asthma self-management education.

We are looking for 50 people to join in this project and learn what good asthma control means. Along the way, we will provide tools, resources and incentives aimed at improving your asthma control and overall wellness. Sign up because you want to stop going to the emergency room and missing work or activities because your asthma is acting up and you just want to feel better!

To qualify for the HEAL project, YOU:

  • have been told by a doctor you have asthma

  • live in Wayne, Oakland or Macomb county

  • are 18 or over

  • have been affected by healthcare inequities or in underserved communities




Questions? Call #888.444.0333 or email

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We are lucky to have the following sponsors for HEAL:

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Here are programs and services we provide.  We don't charge for our programs, but always appreciate donations to support our efforts. 


We are able to provide a program for any situation - call #888.444.0333 or email to schedule your program today!

  • Asthma and Allergy Essentials for Child Care Providers© – an asthma and allergy education program for child care provider administrators and staff. Contact us to set up a program. 

  • Asthma Care for Adults™ - Program is for parents/caregivers who have children aged 0-6; presented in a group setting.

  • Asthma Management and Education© – training for health professionals who educate and care for patients with asthma.  Presented by trained allied health professionals with CNE's. See our Events page for dates and locations. 

  • Wee Breathers™ is designed to help health professionals who educate parents of children under age 7 learn to manage asthma. This flexible curriculum was created for educating parents one-on-one during a home visit or with a group of parents from the same child care center. Program consists of 7 one-hour lessons on key asthma management topics, an asthma trigger checklist for the home, an asthma trigger checklist for a child care center, and an instructor’s guide.  AAFA-MI staff were instrumental in this program's development.


  • Book & Camper Scholarships – look for announcements in early summer

  • Power Breathing Program™ – a patient education program designed especially for teens living with asthma.  Training needed to conduct program. Contact us to set up a program.

  • Health Fairs, Community Events, and Lectures – our staff includes RN’s and asthma educators.  We can attend your event and provide audience specific programs. 

  • Workplace Health Programs – arrange a workshop or lecture with our RN-Asthma Educator.  Programs designed to meet all levels of knowledge and risk.

  • Medication Assistance & Support

  • Programs Available in Spanish – some programs are available in Spanish. 

Also available are printed materials to help asthma and allergy patients and their families understand and control their asthma and improve their quality of life (we have several bilingual versions). 

Other Helpful Services


Camp Michi-Mac - a 24/7 camp staffed by medical professionals, for kids in 3rd - 10th grades with asthma and allergies.
Camp is temporarily closed.

       Free or Low Cost        Health Care - Michigan

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