Communication Tools and Resources Available for Use and Distribution
Blood Lead Levels in Children pdf icon[PDF – 100 KB] – fact sheet with information on blood lead levels in children.
How to Prevent Lead Poisoning in Children – common sources of lead and steps to reduce your child’s risk of lead exposure. (Printable PDFs in English pdf icon[PDF – 1 MB] and en Español pdf icon[PDF – 1 MB])
Exposure to Lead can Seriously Harm a Child’s Health – the adverse health effects of lead exposure.
Lead in the Environment Infographic – where lead can be found throughout a child’s environment.
Lead Poisoning is 100% Preventable – steps to make your home lead-safe.
Lead-Based Paint PSA – EPA video about safely renovating when there is lead-based paint in your home.
Mission Unleaded: How to Test Children for Lead with Maximum Accuracy – reducing the risk of contamination during blood collection for lead testing.
A Healthy Home for Everyone: The Guide for Families and Individuals pdf icon[PDF – 3 MB] – booklet with information and action steps for creating a healthy and safe home.
Ethan’s House Gets Healthier with a Visit from the Lead Poisoning Prevention Team pdf icon[PDF – 2.83 MB] – children’s coloring book on making a home lead safe.
Is There Lead in the Water? pdf icon[PDF – 1.14 MB] – children’s activity book that parents can use to talk with their children about lead in the water.
The Lead Poisoning Words to Know from A to Z glossary pdf icon[PDF – 1 MB] – dictionary that gives the meaning of words you often hear or read about lead.
Michigan’s Revised Lead and Copper Ruleexternal icon – more information about how to protect your family from lead in water.
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
- Infographic: Lead-Based Paint in the Homeimage iconexternal icon
- Infographic: Lead in Drinking Water external icon
- Lead Awareness in Indian Country: Keeping our Children Healthy!external icon
- Lead-Safe Certified Guide to Renovate Right pdf icon[PDF – 6.8 MB]external icon
- Protect Your Family from Lead in Your Home external icon
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)