Lead Services


Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program (CLPPP)

This program provides:

  • Blood lead surveillance, data, and reports.
  • Lead poisoning education and outreach. 
  • Health services for children with elevated blood lead levels.
  • Health services for children at risk of lead poisoning.
  • Funding to local health departments.  Local health departments use the funding to provide a nurse to visit your home.  The nurse discusses ways to help lower your child’s elevated blood lead level.  Local health departments also provide:
    • Blood lead testing (call to see if site provides testing).
    • Presentations and training about lead and lead poisoning prevention.   
    • Please call your local health department for these services.  

Lead Safe Home Program (LSHP)

This program helps families identify and remove lead-hazards from homes. (LSHP Brochure) (LSHP Brochure Spanish)

To qualify for the program, eligibility is based on your:

  • Complete application
  • Medicaid status
  • Home location

To apply for the program, submit a Lead Safe Home Program Application. (English) (Spanish) (Arabic)


Across the State of Michigan there are numerous lead-related programs and services.  To see what program exists in your county, please contact one of the agencies below. 

  • City of Detroit Lead Programs
  • City of Jackson Lead-Based Paint Hazard Control Program (517-768-6436)
  • Lead Safe Home Program (LSHP)
  • Medicaid CHIP (Children's Health Insurance Program) Grantees
    • City of Battle Creek
    • Human Development Commission
    • City of Grand Rapids


Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

National Center for Healthy Housing (NCHH)

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)