CLPPP Progress Reports
Effective September 11, 2018, the Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program (CLPPP) was moved under the Office of Policy, Strategy and Analysis (OPSA) to temporarily provide the program with management expertise, systems improvement consultation and policy and data technical support. OPSA support is meant to produce overall improvement in program operations and ensure the program meets its state statutory obligations. To help create a shared understanding (internal and external to the MHD) of short-term program goals, this progress report was developed.
OPSA support is grounded in helping the CLPPP meet the following goals:
- GOAL 1: Ensure that children with an elevated blood lead level (EBLL) in 2018 and thereafter receive services in accordance with the Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program’s (CLPPP) intervention schedule.
- GOAL 2: Ensure that the CLPPP has the organizational infrastructure needed to provide services in accordance with the program’s intervention schedule.
- GOAL 3: Lift the Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) Stop Work Order issued on February 12, 2018.
- GOAL 4: Provide follow-up to families that did not receive proper services from the CLPPP between 2015 and 2017 (Historical Cases), as identified in the MHD’s internal assessment.
- GOAL 5: Adequately respond to the State of Wisconsin’s work plan to ensure that the program meets statutory requirements.
Effective December 10, 2018 the Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program was moved to Home Environmental Health (HEH), a stand-alone division in the Milwaukee Health Department.
CLPPP Progress Report 1: November 2, 2018
CLPPP Progress Report 2: November 16, 2018
CLPPP Progress Report 3: November 30, 2018