Coalition to End Childhood Lead Poisoning
- Advocacy & Human Rights
- Children & Youth
- Justice & Legal
- People with Disabilities
Location2714 Hudson StreetBaltimore, MD 21224 United States
The Coalition to End Childhood Lead Poisoning is committed to the creation of resources, programs, and policies to prevent childhood lead poisoning and home-based environmental health hazards. We work in collaboration with families, community organizations, educators, government agencies, insurers, property owners, and health care providers to construct real, attainable and cost-effective means to create lead-safe and healthy homes. The Coalition is dedicated to the primary prevention of childhood lead poisoning and the creation of healthy home environments that eradicate environmental and social injustices and result in healthier children, better school performance, the revitalization of our housing stock and more productive communities.
The Coalition has three primary goals: 1) To develop and provide effective services that prevent or reduce the exposure of lead hazards to children and pregnant women; 2) To develop and implement programs that increase access to Healthy Homes by pregnant women and children; 3) To provide services and create policies that enhance the quality of life for all children, families and communities.