Lead Poisoning Prevention Program in the Community
The Alameda County Lead Poisoning Prevention Program and the Healthy Homes Project engage in many outreach and education activities throughout the year to increase community awareness. A schedule of upcoming events is available on our calendar.
ACLPPP offers presentations on a range of topics for varying amounts of time. We provide knowledgeable, personable speakers, a variety of visual aids and encourage interactive discussions, for small to large audiences.
We regularly offer the following types of presentations and technical trainings and can tailor the content and length to meet your needs:
|Parents and Grandparents Tenants||An introduction to lead poisoning prevention and healthy housing principles||30 to 120 minutes|
|Childcare Centers and Care Providers||A training to learn how to present lead poisoning prevention and healthy housing principles to clients||90 to 120 minutes|
|Rental property owners, property managers, Do it Yourself homeowners, and agencies|| Lead Safety for Renovation, Repair and Painting
Healthy Housing Overview
Integrated Pest Management in Multi-Family Housing
2 to 4 hours
|Students and youth considering a construction trade||Lead-in-Construction Workforce Development||2 hours|
|Home visitors and other health and housing professionals||Essentials for Healthy Homes Practitioners||2 days|
|Energy efficiency staff||Health Opportunities in Energy Audits and Upgrades||1 day|
|Community Health Workers||Healthy Housing for Community Health Workers||1 day|
|Building Department Staff||Code Inspection for Healthier Homes||4 hours|
We welcome opportunities to speak with parents of young children, pregnant women, medical professionals, property owners of pre-1978 homes, contractors, property managers, and community organizations in Alameda County.
Please contact us at 510-567-8280 or by email at email@example.com to request our participation in health fairs and community events, to make presentations, to provide trainings or to send educational materials to your organization.