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|Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention|
No level of lead in the body is safe or normal
The Solano County Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program (CLPPP) is a state funded, county administered program established for the prevention, education, screening, diagnosis, and case management of lead poisoning in children and young adults, birth up to 21 years of age. The program has a multidisciplinary staff composed of a public health nurse, senior health educator, senior registered environmental health specialist (REHS), and senior hazardous materials specialist. Through this coordinated effort, the program provides case management, environmental surveillance, education and outreach for the residents of Solano County.
For more Information Call:
Solano County Health & Social Services Department
Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program
275 Beck Avenue, MS 5-240
Fairfield, CA 94533
Get the Lead Out!
is a Bay Area coalition of lead poisoning prevention leaders that serves as a clearinghouse for information about lead poisoning that can link you to information, local organizations and programs. For more information, click on the link below:
Get Lead Out!
Lead Poisoning Prevention at Home, Work, and in the Environment
Lead Poisoning Prevention at Home
Lead Poisoning Prevention at Work
Lead Poisoning Prevention in the Environment
CDPH - Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Branch
CDPH - Lead Laws
U. S. Environmental Protection Agency - Find certified contractors
Centers of Disease Control & Prevention- Lead Poisoning Prevention Program
CDPH - Occupational Lead Poisoning Prevention Program
CDPH Food and Drug Branch – Information on lead in candy
Consumer Product Safety Commission – Information on product recalls due to lead hazards