CDC’s Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program (CLPPP) develops “success stories” in partnership with state and local cooperative agreement recipients as one way of highlighting lead poisoning prevention achievements. Each success story exhibits tangible results of prevention and surveillance activities conducted by state and local health agencies. Effective success stories describe a program’s accomplishment by linking it to anticipated outcomes or measures of effect to emphasize the value of the work. Success stories collectively demonstrate progress towards meeting national program objectives.
Program-specific success stories will be posted when they become available.