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Keeping your home safe from lead hazards

bulletProtect your Family From Lead in your Home (Download PDF File)
bulletLead in Your Home: A Parent's Reference Guide (PDF File)
bulletTesting Your Home for Lead in Paint, Dust, and Soil (PDF File)
bulletFight Lead Poisoning with a Healthy Diet (PDF File)

To find out if your home has lead hazards, and to repair hazards

Special training and in some cases certification is required to reliably determine whether there are lead hazards and to fix them.  Look in the Yellow Pages under "Lead Removal and Abatement" for a listing.  Be sure to ask what training the workers have had and what licenses or certifications they have.

Coalition to Prevent Lead Poisoning 

Committed to ending childhood lead poisoning in Monroe County by 2010

For more information, contact:  pbrantingham@leadsafeby2010.org