The Healthy Homes and Lead Poisoning Prevention Program (HHLPPP) works to address the risk of lead poisoning and other health and safety issues that stem from the home environment. As part of this mission, the HHLPPP is mandated to collect the data on blood lead levels of children and adults across the state in order to target resources towards the high-risk communities and populations. This blood lead level data is the foundation of the program’s 2018 Lead Exposure Data Brief.
A limited supply of printed copies of the 2018 Lead Exposure Data Brief will be available. Contact Gail Gettens at603-271-1393 or email@example.com to request.