The Colorado Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program

 
The Colorado Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program (CCLPPP) is a CDC-funded program with overarching program strategies in partnership building, surveillance, case Investigation & management, prevention, and evaluation.
 
Reporting
Board of Health lead reporting requirements
Exposure Investigation Case Report Form - Help CCLPPP track environmental exposures by using our case report form after conducting lead exposure investigations. Local health agencies are highly encouraged
 
 
Outreach
 
Data and publications
 
Guidelines
Lead screening recommendation resources (NEW! Updated Jan. 2019):
    •  Lead screening recommendations and questionairre  
    •  Pocket Guide
    •  Customizable intake form
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    •  Colorado has adopted CDC's guidance on case management for lead. At levels
        20 µg/dL or higher, call the Rocky Mountain Poison & Drug Center for
        consultation services / medical treatment at 303-739-1123 or 800-332-3073. 
 
Investigations
Exposure Investigation Case Report Form - Help CCLPPP track environmental exposures by using our case report form after conducting lead exposure investigations. Local health agencies are highly encouraged
 
More information
 
The development of educational materials for the childhood lead program is supported by a grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.