The Asthma Task Force mission is to prevent asthma, reduce asthma disparities and improve the quality of life for people with asthma who live or work in the City and County of San Francisco, by the use of advocacy, legislative action and citywide strategies.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors created the Asthma Task Force in 2001 legislation to address the epidemic of asthma through primary prevention strategies with an emphasis on reducing asthma disparities disproportionately affecting lower income communities in San Francisco.
Over 75 individuals representative of community advocates, health professionals such as physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, respiratory therapists, pharmacists and health educators, representatives of the Department of Public Health (SFDPH), the Department of the Environment and other City agencies have served as members in the ten-year history of the Task Force.
Bleach-free Disinfection in Child Care - Get the Toolkit
Pediatric Asthma Hospitalization in San Francisco - Findings and Recommendations
See Asthma Network Forum October 10, 2014 Presentations, "How Toxic Stress Takes Our Breath Away"
Next Asthma Task Force Meeting: Monday, January 26, 2015, from 3:00 - 4:30 pm Location: SFDPH Environmental Health, at Fox Plaza, 1390 Market...
Learn how the Strategic Plan and Reports advocates for policies to reduce asthma’s impact.
- Visit the Asthma Task Force YouTube channel!
- Clinicians: free CME education modules
- Spirometry Techs: Videos for patient coaching in 7 languages
- Patients: Videos of SFGH Pediatric Asthma Clinic in 4 languages
- Teens: New website section
- Parents: Forms needed by SFUSD students with asthma
- Everyone: Additional Resources