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Revitalize CDC has received funding from Baystate Medical Center's Better Together grant to implement the pilot of the Springfield Healthy Homes project. PVAC is a partner, along with the City of Springfield and Springfield Partners for Community Action. Look for details in February! This article describes the award and the pilot plans: http://www.masslive.com/business-news/index.ssf/2017/01/baystate_springfield_healthy_homes.html
Join PVAC for activities during Asthma Awareness Month!
Learn what YOU can do to reduce asthma triggers and help your family control asthma.
CELEBRATING ASthma Friendly School AWARDS IN sPRINGFIELD
Advocacy for Clean Air
Idle-free School Sign on Alton St by Putnam and Sci-Tech
Springfield Public Schools facilities office have posted anti-idling signs at ALL Springfield schools. This was a result of PVAC's campaign with ARISE and Mason Square Health Task Force to get the Massachusetts law on Anti-idling at Schools enforced. Thanks to Superintendent Warwick and the School Committee for taking action on the concerns of PVAC, ARISE and other community Members. For more information, see Idle-Free Schools.
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Improving the quality of life for individuals, families, and communities affected by asthma in the Pioneer Valley
The Pioneer Valley Asthma Coalition (PVAC) is a coalition of health professionals and institutions, community groups and residents, public health organizations, municipal and state agencies, academic institutions, schools, day care, housing and environmental groups committed to improving asthma and environmental conditions that affect health in Western Massachusetts.