Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program


​​​​The Sacramento County Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program (CLPPP) provides services to the community for the purpose of increasing awareness regarding the hazards of lead exposure, reducing lead exposure, and increasing the number of children assessed and appropriately blood tested for lead poisoning.  Our mission is to prevent and reduce the harmful effects of lead poisoning among Sacramento County's children under the age of six, as well as other high-risk children.  No level of lead in the body is safe!  Small amounts of lead can build up in the body and cause lifelong learning and behavioral problems.  Lead poisoning is one of the most common environmental illnesses in California but is completely preventable.

Our Services

  • Information and resources for lead poisoning prevention
  • Community Health Education outreach and printed materials available in multiple languages 
  • Public Health Nurse case management services to children with high blood lead levels
  • Environmental Health Specialist services for community outreach and home inspection to children with high blood lead levels
  • Community referrals and resources for lead screening
  • Community outreach at public events and health fairs​​
  • Medical provider trainings, childcare provider trainings, school/parent presentations, and staff agency trainings ​

Blood Lead Testing

Family Resources
  • ​We have several educational materials available in multiple languages for you and your family.  Please call our office at (916) 875-7151 for a parent education packet.
  • For community agencies who want to order bulk educational handouts, posters and brochures, please fill out the Materials Order Form​ with your request. ​​​​​

Health Care Provider Resources

Product Recalls and Consumer Warnings

To Qualify

​The Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program serves all individuals and communities ​in Sacramento County.  


​Not Applicable.

Contact Information

(916) 875-7151