Child Lead Poisoning Elimination Commission:
Purpose and Responsibility
Through Executive Order No. 2016 - 9, the governor created the Child Lead Poisoning Elimination Board to address the need for a "coordinated effort to design a long term strategy for eliminating child lead poisoning in the state of Michigan…." This temporary body will include diversified stakeholder and state department representation.
Commission Meeting Materials
The Commission meets regularly to discuss the 2016 Child Lead Poisoning Elimination Board Final Report and the steps necessary to implement it. For meeting dates and agendas, please click here.
Resources for Residents
As the Commission is charged with eliminating lead exposure in Michigan communities, there are resources currently available to residents.
The Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program provides information regarding blood lead testing and case management for families with elevated blood lead levels.
The Healthy Homes Program works with families to remediate lead exposures within homes for families with elevated blood lead levels.
The Commission is busy working to create a draft Action Plan to implement the 2016 Child Lead Poisoning Elimination Board Final Report. That Action Plan will soon be released, along with information about how residents will be asked to provide feedback on the plan. Check back regularly for updates on the status of this Plan.