CPAP Program to help Hurricane Harvey victims get needed therapy

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Current relief effort: Hurricane Harvey, Texas

The American Sleep Apnea Association (ASAA) is prepared to help those sleep apnea patients who have lost their devices and masks for their PAP therapy in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.

How can the ASAA help you?

If you have been directly affected by the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey and need a replacement PAP device or mask, we will waive your $100 application fee for the device or your $25.00 application fee for a mask.

For medical professionals connected to emergency clinics at medical centers and shelters in Texas: Please contact us directly about your needs; call us at 888-293-3650, or email us at [email protected]. We can bulk send PAP machines and masks directly to you for on-the-spot dissemination.

Do I still need to file a prescription and application?

Yes, for individuals, we still need a completed application along with a copy of your prescription in order to distribute durable medical equipment.

……..NEW! QUICK LINK: Application form and information:

These items can be sent to us via fax at 888-293-3650, emailed to [email protected], or sent by regular mail to: ASAA, 524 Craig Ave, Tracy, MN 56175.

……..UPDATE 8.30.2017: For existing CAP Program recipients, we already have prescriptions on file.

How long is this emergency relief available?

The ASAA is dedicated to helping all that we can. This relief will be available through the recovery of Hurricane Harvey or while supplies last.

Who is eligible for this relief?

Any sleep apnea patient that has a prescription and completes an application in the following areas (all locations are in Texas):  Alvin, Anahuac, Austwell, Bayside, Baytown, Beeville, Brazoria, Channelview, Clute, Conroe, Cove, Cuero, Dayton, Deer Park, Dickinson, Friendswood, Galveston, Goliad, Goodrich, Guadalupe, High Island, Highlands, Houston, Hungerford, Katy, La Porte, League City, Liberty, Livingston, Matagorda, McFaddin, Midfield, Missouri City, Mont Belvieu, Pasadena, Pearland, Placedo, Rosenberg, Seabrook, Spring, Stafford, Stowell, Sugar Land, Texas City, Tivoli, Wadsworth, Wallisville, Wharton, Winnie, Woodville, and other surrounding areas.

How can I contact the ASAA for more information?

You can call us at 888-293-3650, or email us at [email protected]. You can also visit our website at as well to complete the online application.Hurricane Harvey

I don’t need a PAP Device but would like to help the ASAA in their effort.

Thank you! We encourage you to help in two ways:

  1. We are currently accepting donations of gently used PAP devices that include CPAP, AutoPAP or Bi-level. Machines that have under 6,000 hours and come from smoke-free homes will be accepted and provided to those in need.
  2. You can also make monetary donations at
Please share this information widely with loved ones throughout Texas
so that people in need of critical PAP therapy can be
united with the equipment they need to maintain their current health.