Provides support and services to families with children up to age three years who have developmental delays or disabilities through early screening and detection, data integration, care coordination, education, intervention, and life transitions. See their list of local programs here.
Lead-based paint was banned in 1978. Use this map to see if your home, or a home you visit, increases your family’s risk.
This lead-safe nutrition pamphlet from the EPA includes healthy recipes for snacks and meals which compliment a low-lead absorption diet. Available in English and Spanish.
This EPA guide provides guidance on third-party certifications for lead reduction and important information regarding point-of-use (POU) water filter selection.
The Utah Lead Coalition recommends using a contractor certified to work with lead-based paint (see list above). If, however, you are doing the work yourself, you should follow the safe practices described in this brochure to protect everyone from the lead hazards generated.
The Utah Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) has compiled a list of contractors who have been certified to work with lead-based paint. If you plan to do a renovation on a home or building built before 1978, it is more likely to contain lead-based paint. Safeguard your family and use a contractor certified to work with lead-based paint.
The WIC program provides services and supplemental foods to low income pregnant women, new mothers, and infants and children up to their 5th birthday. Their Proper Nutrition Guide offers advice on how to slow the body’s absorption of lead.
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Spanish (3 MB)
Occupational Blood Lead Guideline (183 KB)
Prenatal Lead Risk Questionnaire (93 KB)
This questionnaire is an important part of planning for a family and informs expecting mothers or those planning pregnancy on their level of risk for exposing their unborn child to lead.
This booklet helps create an understanding of how lead gets into the body, affects health and how you can protect your family from it. Available in English, Arabic, Russian, Spanish, Somali, and Vietnamese.
Salt Lake County offers free services for those who qualify. This includes a home risk assessment and remediation if necessary. Find out if you qualify today!