As of March 2023, The Pasadena Public Health Department no longer provides outreach and enrollment for the Lead Free Homes LA Program.
If you have questions about the Lead Free Homes LA, please visit Lead Free Homes LA website.
Lead poisoning can affect anyone, but it is especially dangerous for young children and pregnant women. If your child has tested positive for lead, please contact the Pasadena Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program (CLPPP) at (626) 744-6117 to determine if you meet the criteria for case management. For more information, please visit the CLPPP webpage.
Making It Safer to Stay Safe at Home
Alejandro’s home was remediated during the COVID-19 pandemic. His repair team took every precaution to keep Alejandro safe while removing lead-based paint hazards.
No Days Off
Howard was impressed by the hard work and dedication of his repair team to finish the work quickly with attention to quality.
Savings and Safety in Boyle Heights
Merle and her son appreciated the flexible scheduling of the repairs and the financial assistance that covered all repair and relocation costs during a stressful time.
Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program – Pasadena Public Health Department
Information on lead poisoning and ways to protect children from lead exposure
Environmental Protection Agency
Information on lead exposure, safety information, and other abatement and evaluation programs
American Academy of Pediatrics
Your pediatrician’s role in preventing lead exposure, treating lead poisoning, and advocating for public health measures to address the problem