Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Programs      

Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Programs  

The Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Programs (CLPPPs) systematically perform blood lead screening tests on children age 6 and under, focusing on children with the highest risk of being lead poisoned.  

CLPPPs also provide the following:

  • Diagnostic services and medical treatment referrals;
  • Lead hazard investigations in the homes of lead-poisoned children;
  • Technical assistance to property owners and local health officials regarding the remediation of lead-based paint hazards; and 
  • Community, professional, and parent education regarding lead poisoning.
Services are provided through grants with local community-based CLPPPs located in Allegheny, Chester, Erie, Montgomery and Philadelphia counties and the cities of Allentown, Bethlehem, Chester, Harrisburg, Lancaster, Reading, Scranton, Wilkes-Barre and York.   
            Contact Information
Bureau of Family Health
Division of Child and Adult Health Services
Lead Poisoning Prevention and Control Program
625 Forster St.
7th Floor, East Wing 
isburg, PA 17120-0701

Contact the PA Lead Information Line at 1-800-440-LEAD (5323) for lead information and materials.

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