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Lead Information - Medical Professionals

Healthy Homes and Lead Poisoning Prevention - Information for Medical Providers

The mission of the Office of Lead Poisoning Prevention (OLPP) is to protect the health of Delawareans by preventing childhood lead poisoning and promoting health among children (0 – 6 years of age) through education, safe environments, screening and early intervention.

OLPP accomplishes this mission by:

  • Increasing public awareness of the dangers of lead poisoning
  • Preventing/controlling lead hazards before exposure occurs
  • Universal screening of pre-school children
  • Case management, education and/or environmental investigation for children found lead poisoned.

Lead Screening Information

For more information, please contact the Healthy Homes and Lead Poisoning Prevention Program.

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Resources for More Information

This is the Renovate Right Pamphlet
Renovate Right Pamphlet

English / Spanish

Submit a Tip or Complaint

Children’s Lead Testing Information

Community Health Services Lead Testing Page

Elevated Blood Lead level Procedure

CDC Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention

Medical Guidelines for Lead Exposed Workers

HUD Office of Healthy Homes & Lead Hazard Control

Give Your Child the Chance of a Lifetime, Keep Your Child Lead-Safe
[ Spanish Version - Give Your Child the Chance of a Lifetime, Keep Your Child Lead-Safe ]

Lead Poisoning Home Checklist

Lead and a Healthy Diet