The Springfield Healthy Homes Asthma Program is launched!
Many asthma episodes are triggered by hazards in the home. By making your home healthier, you can prevent these triggers and keep your family healthy! View flyer
The SHHAP team of Community Health Workers and Healthy Housing Professionals will assist you in improving your asthma symptoms with asthma education, home assessment, and if needed, home repair.
The Springfield Healthy Homes Asthma Program serves people in the Springfield /Hampden County area who have been hospitalized or in the Emergency Room for asthma. For more information, email Sara Lawson at email@example.com or call 413-426-1544.
In this program, you’ll learn to:
- Understand your asthma action plan
- Use asthma medication correctly
- Reduce asthma triggers at home
- Reduce unwanted doctor visits and hospitalizations due to asthma
Our Healthy Homes Assessor will:
- Eliminate pests
- Improve ventilation
- Repair leaks and remediate mold
Who Is Eligible?
- Children on Medicaid
- Anyone 65 or older on Medicare
- BeHealthy Partnership patients
- High-risk asthma:
- One inpatient hospitalization or
- Two emergency rooms visits in the past year
- Renters and Homeowners
Funding support comes from
- Baystate Health
- MA Health Policy Commision
- Blue Cross Blue Shield of MA Foundation
- Environmental Protection Agency
- Health New England
- Housing and Urban Development
View brochure for more info:
Learn about services and resources to help make your home healthier.
- Browse our resource library to learn more about how to keep your home healthy or check out our summary of Healthy Homes Principles.
- Browse services available in the Springfield area or check out this summary: Finding Resources that Can Help You and Your Family
- Find out what you need to know: