MDCH Lead Laboratory
Alliance for Healthy
The Alliance for Healthy Homes was founded in 1990 as the
Alliance To End Childhood Lead Poisoning. Our name change in July of
2003 reflects the expansion of our work on lead poisoning prevention
to address other housing-related health hazards.
Lead Hazard Remediation Program
Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program (CLPPP)
Michigan Department of Community Health
Division of Family and Community Health
3423 N. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd.
P.O. Box 30195
Lansing, MI 48909
Phone: (517) 335-8885
Fax: (517) 335-8509
Functions of CLPPP include screening, statewide surveillance,
follow-up of identified lead poisoned children, extensive public and
professional education, primary prevention to reduce lead hazards
before families are poisoned, and outreach efforts to identify adults
occupationally exposed in an effort to prevent "take home lead."
To End Childhood Lead Poisoning - The Alliance is a national
public interest organization formed by leaders in public health,
environmental protection, affordable housing, and civil rights. The
Alliance seeks to protect children from lead and other environmental
health hazards in and around their homes by advocating for policy
solutions and building capacity for primary prevention in communities
throughout the US and around the world.
U.S. Department of Housing &
Urban Development (HUD)
Centers For Disease Control (CDC)