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How The Health Department Can Help


Part of the each county health department's Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program involves detection of lead in the home. Whenever a child's lead level is over 20 mcg/dL or two consecutive lead levels over 15 mcg/dL, inspectors will go to the family's home to inspect for leaded paint.  Inspectors can help parents and landlords know just which areas of the house need cleaning, repair, or replacement, and can provide advice on the safest methods to use.

If you have questions about prevention of lead poisoning, detecting lead levels in your home, or removal of lead sources, you can call the Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program in your county.

Chemung 607-737-2028
Livingston 585-243-7290
Monroe 585-274-6087
Ontario 585-396-4343
Schuyler 607-535-2704
Seneca 315-539-9294
Steuben 607-776-9631
Wayne 315-946-5749
Yates 315-536-5160

If you have any additional questions about lead poisoning, prevention or treatment you may also call the Lead Poisoning Prevention and Treatment Center at Rochester General Hospital at 585-922-3983.