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  • Green & Healthy Homes Initiative

    Agency: Coalition to End Childhood Lead Poisoning

    *NOTE: Does not provide blood lead level screening. If a child is in need of blood lead level screening they should be referred to their pediatrician. If the child does not have health insurance connect them with a local community clinic.

    GREEN & HEALTHY HOMES INITIATIVE: Provides lead hazard reduction services to include resources for window replacement, paint stabilization and emergency cleans. Post remediation education is provided to families receiving lead hazard reduction services. Also provides safe at home asthma case management services to families of children with asthma to help with indoor allergens, lead paint and to prevent childhood injuries in the home. Offers case managers to assist families dealing with lead poisoning in navigating the medical system, learning more about lead and lead poisoning, obtaining relocation grants to cover moving expenses and relocating to lead-safe housing. Provides legal services to deal largely with tenant-landlord housing issues in properties built before 1950. Renters can obtain assistance with rent court representation, filing a notice of defect, rent escrow and education on tenant's rights under Maryland laws. Property owners can obtain education and assistance to bring their properties into compliance with Maryland lead laws. 

    • 2714 Hudson Street
      Baltimore, MD 21224

    Agency: Coalition to End Childhood Lead Poisoning

    Languages Available: Can immediately assist callers who speak Spanish. Can accommodate all other languages and the hearing impaired through a language line.

    Payment Description: No fees for qualifying families. Most lead hazard reduction services are free of charge for families with small children or pregnant women meeting income eligibility requirements.

    Intake and Eligibility: Baltimore City residents with low or very low income with young children living in distressed housing with asthma triggers or lead hazards. Education and Outreach and Family Advocacy Services are provided to homeowners, tenants and rental property owners statewide. To qualify for asthma program, families must live in Baltimore City and have a child with asthma between 2-14 years old. 

    Areas Served:
    • Baltimore County
    • Baltimore City County

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