A Collection of Resources for Families
Resources for Families
Is Your Child Safe From Lead Poisoning? (MDCH)
Protect Your Family From Lead in Your Home (EPA)
Coping With Your Child's Diagnosis of Lead Poisoning (MDCH)
Reducing Lead Hazards When Remodeling Your Home (EPA)
Lead in Your Home: A Parents Reference Guide (EPA)
Fight Lead Poisoning With a Healthy Diet (EPA)
Lead Poisoning and Your Children (EPA)
Information for Parents, Lead Professionals, Home Owners, Rental Property Owners, and Clinicians (MDCH)
Organizations Working in the area of Lead Poisoning Prevention
ClearCorps/ Detroit : CLEARCorps/Detroit is a city wide program dedicated to protecting Detroit's kids from lead poisoning. CLEARCorps/Detroit is operated locally by the Greater Detroit Area Health Council (GDAHC). Established in 1955, GDAHC is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving health for the residents of Southeast Michigan. Through its Division of Community Health, GDAHC supports several community-driven, neighborhood-based health community health projects such as Healthy Detroit, Urban Health Initiative and CLEARCorps/Detroit.
Detroit Department of Health and Wellness Promotion
Detroit Housing Commission
Detroit Planning and Development Department
Detroiters Working for Environmental Justice : DWEJ addresses issues of concern to Detroit and surrounding communities. Among them are: Illegal dumping, Lead poisoning prevention, Air and water quality, Land use and blight, and Access to fresh quality food.
Greater Detroit Area Health Council : The Greater Detroit Area Health Council, as the region's leading health care coalition, advocates and leads change and improvement in the way health services are delivered, paid for and used within the seven counties of southeast Michigan. The coalition comprises business, labor, health care providers and plans, consumers, government and payers. The Health Council strives for continuous improvement of the region's health status and of the quality, cost effectiveness and accessibility of health care for all citizens.
Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention
Lead Hazard Remediation Program
Michigan Lead Safe Partnership
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