Lead Poison Prevention
Childhood lead poisoning can have long-term health consequences, including developmental delays and deficits, both intellectual and behavioral. There is NO safe level of lead in the blood in children.
In-service education is available for healthcare providers and their staff on childhood lead testing and reporting guidelines.
Lead testing for homes is available for a fee.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Prevention of lead poisoning means reducing environmental exposures from soil, dust, paint, and water, before children are exposed to these hazards.