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Oregon Asthma Program

Working to Prevent and Manage Asthma


The Oregon Asthma Program's vision is to improve the quality of life for Oregonians with asthma so that all people in Oregon live, work, play, and learn in communities that support health and optimal quality of life.

Our mission is to advance policies, environments, and systems that promote health and prevent and manage asthma and other chronic diseases.

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Find the latest data on the burden of asthma in Oregon

factsheet_asthma.JPGNEW fact sheet on Asthma among Oregon Health Plan Members now available. This fact sheet includes asthma risk factors, cost, hospitalization and medication use difference among Oregon Health Plan members compared to those not on the Oregon Health Plan.
The latest asthma data for Oregon adults, youth and hospitalizations both statewide and in Oregon counties can be found at the Chronic Disease Data and Reports website.

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Need help managing your asthma?

Living Well with Chronic Conditions is a six-week workshop that provides tools for living a healthy life with chronic health conditions such as asthma. Through weekly sessions, the workshop provides support and tools for managing stress, medications, communication with your health care providers, better breathing, and more.

Find a workshop near you!

Call 1-888-576-7414 or visit

Oregon's Asthma Leadership Plan

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The Oregon Asthma Leadership Plan outlines the statewide goals, objectives and strategies needed to address and measure these priority areas. The Leadership Plan is a statewide call for action to achieve positive long-term asthma outcomes and to improve the quality of life for all Oregonians with asthma. 


5-Year Strategic Plan (2012-2017)

The 5-Year Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention (HPCDP) PDF iconStrategic Plan tackles chronic disease prevention with a comprehensive, community-wide approach to help people eat better, move more, live tobacco free, and take care of themselves. This means achieving better health, better care, and lower health care costs for all Oregonians. 

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