CDC-RFA-EH14-1408PPHF14

Lead Poisoning Prevention- Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention—financed solely by 2014 Prevention and Public Health Funds

Project period: September 30, 2014–September 29, 2017 (continuation to September 29, 2018)

Thirty-five state and local programs were awarded a total of approximately $11 million for lead poisoning prevention programmatic activities. For more information about lead poisoning prevention programmatic activities in all states, visit the State Programs page.

  • Arizona (Arizona Department of Health Services)
  • Colorado (Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment)
  • Connecticut (Connecticut Department of Public Health)
  • District of Columbia Department of the Environment
  • Delaware (Delaware Health and Social Services)
  • Georgia (Georgia Department of Public Health)
  • Illinois (Illinois Department of Public Health)
  • Indiana (Indiana State Department of Health)
  • Kentucky (Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services)
  • Louisiana (Louisiana Healthy Homes and Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program)
  • Maryland (Maryland Department of the Environment)
  • Massachusetts (Massachusetts Department of Public Health)
  • Michigan (Michigan Department of Community Health)
  • Minnesota (Minnesota Department of Health)
  • Mississippi (Mississippi State Department of Health)
  • Missouri (State of Missouri)
  • New Hampshire (State of New Hampshire)
  • New Jersey (New Jersey Department of Health)
  • New Mexico (New Mexico Department of Health)
  • New York (Health Research, Inc.-NYS Department of Health)
  • North Carolina (North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services)
  • Ohio (State of Ohio – Ohio Department of Health)
  • Oklahoma (Oklahoma State Department of Health)
  • Oregon (Oregon Health Authority Public Health Financial Services)
  • Rhode Island (Rhode Island Department of Health)
  • Tennessee (Tennessee Department of Health)
  • Vermont (Vermont Department of Health)
  • Washington (Washington State Department of Health)
  • West Virginia (West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources)
  • Wisconsin (Wisconsin Department of Health Services)

 

  • Chicago (Chicago – Department of Public Health)
  • Houston (Houston Health Department)
  • Los Angeles (Impact Assessment, Inc.)
  • Philadelphia (Philadelphia Department of Public Health)
  • New York City (New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene)