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Georgia Asthma Control Program

Program Overview

The Georgia Asthma Control program (GACP) is part of a national initiative launched by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Environmental Health (Air Pollution and Respiratory Health Branch). GACP aims to reduce the burden of asthma and improve the health and quality of life among Georgians affected by asthma through effective control of the disease.
 

Mission

To improve asthma control and reduce its burden in Georgia among children (aged 0-17 years) and aging adults (aged 65 years and older) through a focused commitment to policy and environmental change, education, and an integrated care delivery system. 

 


Contact Information

Francesca Lopez, MSPH, AE-C | Program Manager | (404) 651-7324 | fmlopez@dhr.state.ga.us