Indoor Environmental Concerns - Lead Poisoning
The Tennessee Department of Health received a grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to develop a statewide program targeting children at risk for lead poisoning. TDH entered into a partnership with The University of Tennessee Agricultural Extension Service (UTAES) to develop and distribute materials statewide. The materials are targeted at parents, health care providers, health departments, real estate agents, Extension county faculty and anyone else in a position to impact the lives of children.
"SP605-R-Introduction_Tennessee Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program," The University of Tennessee Agricultural Extension Service, SP605-5M-11/03 R12-5310-036-001-03, http://trace.tennessee.edu/utk_agexenvi/19