CCAC is proud to partner with the Center for Sustainable Energy and the Clean Vehicle Rebate Project (CVRP) to help San Joaquin Valley communities learn about electric vehicles, and the rebates they may be eligible for through CVRP and other programs.
Community Air Grant
Through the Community Air Protection Program (CAPP), regional air districts and the California Air Resources Board are required to work with disadvantaged communities across the state and the Valley to implement additional emissions reporting, monitoring and air pollution reduction plans.
Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic. We will no longer be hosting our annual Bubble Fun Run fundraiser this year. You can still donate and help us continue to provide essential services to Valley familes living with asthma. Please follow CDC Guidelines, stay safe, and we hope to see you out on the trail next year!
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CCAC’s mission is to provide education and direct services, build regional capacity and advocate for sensible policies that improve health and address inequities by reducing environmental impacts and emphasizing the prevention and management of chronic disease.
We see a San Joaquin Valley where the health of every resident is our foremost concern. We envision environments and systems of support for health reflected in the resources, information, activities and policies in every community.
The goals of CCAC are to provide education and direct service related to its mission, to advocate and support system change and policy development, and to increase the capacity of CCAC and its regional partners to sustain these efforts.
- Air Quality & Chronic Disease Behavior Change
System Change & Policy Development
- CCAC Sustainability
- Regional Capacity
Central California Asthma Collaborative (CCAC) was founded out of a need that the Fresno/Madera Asthma Coalition (FMAC) identified in the lack of asthma-related education, advocacy and resources in the regions it served. In 2011, FMAC received a grant from the Wesley Foundation to develop and implement an asthma education program for children in low-income communities. Working with Fresno State University’s Masters in Public Health program students, the newly formed CCAC recruited students to do outreach in the community and visit asthma impacted families to perform what is now the Asthma Impact Model (AIM) Program.
4991 E. McKinley Ave. Suite 109, Fresno, Ca. 93727
990 Truxtun Ave. Suite 109, Bakersfield, CA 93301
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