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Committed to ending childhood lead poisoning in Monroe County by 2010

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The Coalition to Prevent Lead Poisoning consists of individuals and organizations that share a commitment to ending childhood lead poisoning in Monroe County, New York.  We are public agencies and private landlords, university researchers and parents, and much, much more.  Our goal is ambitious but attainable:  this is a fight we know we can win.

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The Coalition is presenting a major community event on June 10.  Find all the details on our full-day Community Lead Summit, including registration information.  Community Summit

Also, be sure to watch "Let's Make Lead History," an interactive live broadcast on WXXI-TV June 9 at 8:00 p.m.  Local and national experts in medicine, housing, law, and lead hazard control will answer viewer calls on air, by phone, and by email.

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Lead poisoning is irreversible but totally preventable.  The fact is, we know where lead hazards are likely to occur, how to identify them, and how to fix them.   Until now, we have simply lacked the public will to take the necessary actions.  As a community, we are better than this, and our children deserve better from us.  And as a community, we are now coming together to make this commitment a reality:  zero childhood lead poisonings in Monroe County by 2010.

This site offers information about childhood lead poisoning, with a focus on the things each of us must do to end it.   Whatever your perspective, we hope that you will find some valuable tools to enable you to do your part.  If you need more information, contact us.  One of our partners is sure to be able to help.  And come back often -- we are constantly adding new resources.

Coalition to Prevent Lead Poisoning 

Committed to ending childhood lead poisoning in Monroe County by 2022

For more information, contact:  pbrantingham@leadsafeby2010.org