BREATHE stands for “Bringing Respiratory Health Equity for Asthmatics Through Healthier Environments.” True to its name, it is focused on providing asthma services that takes the environmental triggers of asthma into account. Funded by the EPA State Environmental Justice Cooperative Agreement, the BREATHE program has partnered with Our Lady of the Lake Children’s Hospital to provide Virtual Home Visits to clients with poorly controlled asthma as well as home environmental concerns. Several materials being used by the BREATHE program are made available below.

Do you have a patient who can benefit from the BREATHE program? Refer them here

Are you a patient interested in self-enrolling in BREATHE? Register here


Educational Materials


Survey Questionnaire