Coalition To Prevent Lead Poisoning

National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week: October 22-28, 2017

RESOURCES TO HELP STOP LEAD POISONING
Contractors Resources
Information on the EPA’s Renovation, Repair and Painting (RRP) Certification Program

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Educators Resources
CDC Educational Interventions for Children Affected by Lead

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Impact of Early Childhood Exposure on Educational Test Performance Among Connecticut Schoolchildren, Phase 1 report

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Healthcare Professionals Resources
Guide to Implementing a Home-Based ChildCare Lead Safety Program

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Roles of Child Healthcare Providers in Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention

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NYS-DOH Free Lead Poisoning Prevention Educational Materials Order Form

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Low Level Prenatal Blood Lead Adversely Affects Early Childhood Mental Development Feb 2014

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Lead Exposure in Adults A Guide for Healthcare Professionals revised 2008

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Homeowners Resources
Children with EBLLs Related to RRP Activities NYS 2006 2007

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Municipality Resources
Landlords Must Join Fight to Prevent Poisoning, Editorial, Democrat & Chronicle, 1/05

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Lead Vote Calls for Dust Wipes, Democrat & Chronicle, 12/05

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Example Building Permit Application with RRP Cert., Rochester, NY

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Example Lead-Safe Certification Requirements, Irondequoit, NY

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Example Building Permit Requiring Lead Cert., Brockport, NY

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Declines in Elevated Blood Levels Among Children, 1997-2011

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What Can Rochester and Toledo Teach Cleveland about Lead Paint?

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An Evaluation of the City of Rochesters Lead Law 2006 2008

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An Evaluation of the City of Rochesters Lead Law Year One

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Parent Resources
Healthy Neighborhood Program – Free Supplies for Residents in 14605, 14608, 14609, 14611, 14621

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Leo the LIttle Lion Learns How to Get Ahead of Lead.pdf

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Monroe County Department of Public Health Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program

Provides medical case management and educational outreach, conducts environmental investigations, responds to complaints of improper/unsafe lead hazard control activities, and issues Cease and Desist Orders to stop unsafe practices.

(585) 753-5087

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Are You Pregnant? Learn how to protect yourself and your baby

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