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The City of Milwaukee Health Department Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program (MHD CLPPP) is a nationally recognized, award-winning program. Approximately 40 employees provide comprehensive services to lead poisoned children and their families as well as innovative primary prevention efforts aimed at preventing lead poisoning before it occurs.
Description of assessment process and listing of non-compliant properties that will receive a tax assessment for ordered abatement improvements.
Description of the lead abatement portion of our CLPPP along with supporting materials.
List of Milwaukee properties that have been notified of positive test results for lead presence and have received lead abatement orders for those properties.
Descriptions of which children are placed into our Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program based on blood/health/lead levels.
Recent data reflecting the success of our Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program, along with special reports on lead poisoning issues in Milwaukee and Wisconsin.
Answers to common questions about lead testing for blood/health/lead levels in children.
Recommended lead testing ages for infants and toddlers.
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