About AAFA

How Can I Contact the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA)?

Get Resources

AAFA offers educational materials and tools for patients of all ages. Some are available in Spanish. Browse our online store for free educational materials about asthma and allergies.

AAFA’s Learning Catalog has online courses and resources about asthma, allergy and food allergy for patients, families, health care providers, asthma educators and caregivers. The courses are self-paced so you can move through the lessons at your convenience.

Get Support

Join one of our online communities for asthma and allergy support or food allergy support to connect with other members managing the same conditions. Our online communities are available 24/7 and are moderated by experienced staff.

Contact Our Support Center

You can search AAFA's "Ask the Allergist" knowledge base for answers to many common questions about asthma and allergies. Our board-certified allergists answer general questions about managing asthma or allergies, medicines and treatments. "Ask the Allergist" does not answer questions about specific consumer products. This information is not a substitute for medical advice from your physician. Always talk with your doctor before changing your asthma or allergy management plan. You can submit your own question to "Ask the Allergist."

Our support center is available Monday-Friday, 10 am-3 pm ET except U.S. holidays. Please allow 2 business days for a response. Use this form to contact our support center staff online for general inquiries.

If you do not have access to a phone or computer, call our toll-free number for more information:

1-800-7-ASTHMA (1-800-727-8462)

Please note:

  • We cannot provide financial assistance for asthma and allergy care – this includes co-pay assistance, medicines, medical devices such as nebulizers, masks, air filters, air purifiers and the like. You may be eligible for help through pharmaceutical assistance programs. We offer tips on what to do if you can't afford your asthma or epinephrine
  • We do not participate in link reciprocation. Learn more about becoming a sponsor or supporter.
  • We do not have any research grants available at this time.
  • We do not have any scholarships available for students with asthma and/or allergies.

 

Write to AAFA

Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America
1235 South Clark Street
Suite 305
Arlington, VA 22202

CERTIFIED asthma and allergy friendly® Products

Learn more about our asthma & allergy friendly® Certification Program, which products have met our standards and earned the certification, and where to buy these products.

Contact our Certification Program if you are a company interested in getting your product CERTIFIED asthma & allergy friendly®.

Donate to AAFA

AAFA relies on generous donations from individuals like you. Donate online or or learn about other ways to donate. You may even donate in honor of, or in the memory of, a loved one. You may also donate to AAFA each year through the United Way and the Combined Federal Campaign.

Press Contacts: Speak with Experts

AAFA can connect you to information and resources you need for your story. To speak with an asthma or allergy expert, contact media@aafa.org or 202-974-1223 202-974-1223

Speak with Patients: AAFA can put you in touch with adult and pediatric patients, caregivers, asthma educators and support group leaders.

Speak with Doctors: For more in-depth quotes and interviews, AAFA can connect you with leading clinicians and other health care experts.

Speak with Researchers: AAFA’s national Medical Scientific Council contains some of the most respected thought leaders. This group include MDs, PhDs, MPHs and other health experts with top credentials who support AAFA.

Speak with Other Experts:  AAFA’s senior staff and board of directors includes experts on asthma and allergy issues, public health communications, research, national health policy, patient advocacy and more.