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Pacific Southwest, Region 9

Serving: Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada, Pacific Islands, Tribal Nations

Indoor Air Quality Tools for School Program - Asthma Management Training

Purpose To reduce school occupants' exposure to indoor air pollution and to aid in asthma management through implementation of the program.
Eligible Applicants School districts or groups of Districts; Community‑based organizations or coalitions, Voluntary organizations, and other Non‑Profit Organizations; Colleges, Universities or other Institutions of Higher Education; State, Tribal, County, City or local Health Departments.
Award Amount

$10,000 - $35,000 per year.

Total Awarded in Fiscal Year Approximately $120,000
Matching Share

No matching share required.

Key Dates:
Application Due;
Selection

Due: To be determined
Selection: To be determined
Priorities
  1. Improving indoor air quality in schools using practices and plans based on the EPA, Indoor Air Quality Tools for Schools Program.
  2. Reducing exposure to indoor asthma triggers and increases the number of people with asthma who take action to reduce their exposure to environmental triggers. 
  3. Reducing indoor air asthma triggers in homes to improve the health of the home occupants using a asthma management approach.
See websites for more info:
Creating Healthy Indoor Environments in Schools
Competitive Grants and Funding
Contact Person
EPA Office/Division
Shelly Rosenblum (rosenblum.shelly@epa.gov)
Air Division
(415) 947-4193
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