The severity and burden of asthma in Imperial County (County) is much higher than the California average, and is of major concern to County residents, government agencies, public health officials, insurers, environmental justice advocates, physicians, and other care providers. To address the problem, Imperial County in-home asthma educators have been providing vital support to residents, especially in low-income communities. However, even though in-home education is a proven method to address asthma, Imperial County organizations that provide this service struggle against unpredictable funding that requires continuous grant applications. In response, Environmental Finance Center West was tasked with investigating long term financing of in-home asthma services in Imperial County. After a year-long effort involving research, interviews, in-person meetings and a workshop, EFCWest has completed a report that describes a roadmap to financing in-home asthma care in Imperial County. Read or download it below.