The Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program (CLPPP)

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The Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program (CLPPP)

Our Location: 1221 Fulton Mall, 2nd Floor
P O Box 11867, Fresno CA 93775-1867
Phone: (559) 600-3590 FAX: (559) 600-7725
Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00am-5:00pm

*Lead Related Health Messages*

The Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program (CLPPP) provides services to the community for the purpose of increasing awareness regarding the hazards of lead exposure and increasing the number of children tested for blood lead poisoning.

CLPPP offers home visitation, environmental home inspections and health education to families of severely lead-poisoned children. Telephone contact and educational materials are provided to families of moderately lead-poisoned children. Information and education are provided to the general public, medical providers and community-based organizations.

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Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Outreach Events

The Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program (CLPPP) observes two campaigns each year and that is National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week is October and National Poison Prevention Week in March. During these two months CLPPP participates in outreach events such as presentations to parents, and media campaigns in order to spread the word about the dangers of lead poisoning in children and how to prevent it. CLPPP is busy throughout the year case managing children who are lead poison and who are potentially at risk. Ask your doctor about lead poisoning prevention or call the CLPPP for more information.

What is lead poisoning?

Toxic Household Items

Foods that can help prevent lead poisoning

What does a blood level mean?

Program Resources

Where do you find lead?

How lead affects children

Medical Provider Information

General Information

Lead Recall Updates

External Links 

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

California Department of Public Health

Consumer Product Safety Commission

Poison Prevention Website