Stipend Training Funds for Lead Abatement Supervisors and Workers
Letter of Intent to Bid. View here (PDF)
Lead Training Scholarship Application State-Certified Lead professionalMichigan's Lead Abatement Act of 1998 requires that any person performing lead hazard control services must be certified by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS). Funds have been made available to help pay training costs for lead supervisors and lead workers for eligible individuals. Click here for the application.
Lead Safe Home Program
Funding is available from the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services to help qualified homeowners and rental property owners reduce lead-based paint hazards in their homes. Find out more here.
Finding a Healthy Home
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services has a new fact sheet on how to find a healthy home.View here (PDF).
Get the lead out! Healthy Homes Coalition of West Michigan.
From HealthyStuff.org, the Consumer Action Guide to Toxic Chemicals in Toys. Find screening results for hundreds of popular toys.
Lead Safe Housing Registry
This registry is a listing of single-family homes, duplexes, apartments, and daycare homes and centers that have received a professional lead service.
American FactFinder. Pre-1978 Housing calculated from U.S. Bureau, Census 2000 .
California Department of Health Services. Family Lead Poisoning Associated with Occupational Exposure. Find out more here.
Michigan Alliance for Lead Safe Housing. (2011.) Childhood Lead Poisoning: An assault on neurological health, education, and social order. View full paper here. View Executive Summary here.