Our Mission
CCAC aims 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.
The Effects of Cooking on a Gas Stove on Children with Asthma Study (CEVICA)

CCAC is currently looking for participants for a study that will replace your existing gas stove with a new, electric induction range (oven & stovetop) and measure the change in indoor air pollution associated with cooking on a gas stove. To see if you qualify, visit ccaccares.org/cevica/

What We Do

Comprehensive Asthma Remediation and Education Services (CARES)

CARES is a free program available to Medi-Cal patients in the San Joaquin Valley. CARES reduces indoor environmental asthma triggers and assists patients in better utilizing asthma medications to manage their condition.

SJVAir Network

The SJVAir Network provides real-time air quality data and alerts to Valley residents based on a network of 400+ air monitors. Residents can download a free app that automatically identifies the nearest monitor and provides notifications when the air is unhealthy. Residents can also sign up on the website to receive text message alerts based on specific monitors near their home, school or work. 

EV Equity Program

The EV Equity Program helps Valley communities transition to electric vehicles (EV) by providing access to incentives that 1) provide up to $12,000 for lower-income residents to purchase an EV and 2) cover 50%-100% of the cost for local governments and businesses in disadvantaged communities to install L3 fast chargers to support EV drivers living in multi-family housing or who are unable to charge at home. 

Environmental Health Research

The Environmental Health Research Program is a collaboration with leading universities, including UC Berkeley, UC San Francisco, UC Merced, UC Irvine, UCLA, and Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, to study the health effects of indoor and outdoor air pollution on children living in equity communities of the San Joaquin Valley.

Central California Asthma Collaborative

Funding Partners

Contact Us

Administrative Office

1939 N. Gateway Blvd. Suite 103
Fresno, CA 93727

(559) 272-4874

[email protected]

Modesto Office

1620 N Carpenter RD. Ste D-43
Modesto, CA 95351

Visalia Office

410 W Center Ave. Ste 103
Visalia, CA 93291

Delano Office

375 S Dover Parkway, Ste C Unit 2
Delano, CA 93215

Bakersfield Office

1400 Chester Ave
Bakersfield, CA 93301

Lamont Office

9009 Weedpatch Hwy. Ste B
Lamont, CA 93241