The Asthma and Allergy Foundation, St. Louis Chapter offers specialized programs to assist individuals, schools and groups in our community with various needs relating to asthma and/or allergies.
Bridging Resources to Encourage Asthma Treatment and Health (BREATH) is a comprehensive asthma management program that provides assistance to eligible uninsured/underinsured children under the age of 22 with life-saving medications and equipment, in addition to education and support. This program is available to our six-county service area which includes St. Louis City, St. Louis County, Jefferson County, St. Charles County, Madison County (IL) and St. Clair County (IL). Click here for more info, eligibility requirements or to apply to BREATH.
Resources for Every School Confronting Unexpected Emergencies (RESCUE) is AAFA-STL’s school nurse program which provides asthma equipment to school nurses who handle asthma emergencies in the school setting. Also, through our partnership with Beverly Hills Pharmacy, schools in St. Louis City and St. Louis County may be eligible to receive asthma rescue medicine! Click here for more info, eligibility requirements or to apply to RESCUE.
Want to request an educational presentation on asthma, allergies, or food allergy management? Click here!
Also, learn all about our advocacy efforts, and how patient advocates can assist someone with their asthma and allergy management.
- A listing of area Board Certified Allergists
- Participation in community asthma screenings
- Speakers Bureau including local allergists and medical professionals
While all programs are offered to participants at no cost to the school/organization, we happily accept donations that give us the ability to offer programming to our community. To donate to AAFA-STL, visit our donation page.