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LEAD is a naturally occurring element that has been used in a wide variety of products including plumbing materials, gasoline, and paint.

Although lead-based paint has been banned for consumer use, homes and apartments built before 1978 may have peeling or chipping lead-based paint. Lead is particularly dangerous to children under six years old; it can cause delayed growth, behavioral problems, hearing loss, and brain damage.

Through a grant from the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), the City of Phoenix operates Lead Safe Phoenix. This no cost program aims to reduce childhood lead poisoning by creating lead-safe housing. This program also helps residents address minor health hazards in their homes.

Explore our site and learn about safe and healthy homes. 

​​Explore our site to fi​nd ways to keep your home saf​e and y​our family healthy!

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The Arizona Department of Health Services has published the ​2018 Blood Lead Surveillanc​e Annual Report. This report describes childhood blood lead information gathered by the Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program (CLPPP) for the 2018 calendar year.

Click the image below to review the report.​​​

                        


​​​Questions about our ​program? Contact us!

¿Preguntas sob​re nu​est​​​ro programa? ¡contáctanos!

leadsafephoenix@phoenix.gov​​


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​What is a Lead? Check out this video to learn about Lead Poisoning.​​​​​



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