Listed below are links to other local agency web sites with information about lead. These local agencies only provide service in the area it covers. Each bulleted name is followed by a brief description of the information found on the website.
Barron County Health Department (Exit DHS)
The site lists child lead poison services and complaints received about lead based paint.
Columbia County Health Department (Exit DHS)
The "Lead Information" page offers a number to call for blood lead testing, and information about lead based paint.
Eau Claire City-County Health Department (Exit DHS)
This department performs lead hazard inspections when a child is reported with an elevated blood lead level.
Madison and Dane County Public Health (Exit DHS)
The "Lead Poisoning" page offers a number to call for blood lead testing, and information about lead based paint.
Milwaukee Health Department (Exit DHS)
The "Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program" page offers information on lead hazard control, blood lead testing, and other facts.
Ozaukee County Health Department (Exit DHS)
They offer free lead poison screening, rental of HEPA (high efficiency particulate air) vacuum, and will perform inspections at homes with elevated blood lead levels.
Racine City Health Department (Exit DHS)
They offer lead poisoning information and blood lead testing for children.
Shawano County Health Department (Exit DHS)
They can be contacted about lead testing.
Sheboygan County Health and Human Services (Exit DHS)
The lead poisoning prevention web page offers helpful tips and information about lead poisoning.
University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee (Exit DHS)
The Lead Management Program addresses lead based paint on the campus.
Wisconsin Local Public Health Departments
Directory of public health departments including contact name, phone number, and telephone address.
WISCAP Member Agencies (Exit DHS)
Contact information for agencies that provide housing assistance to families.
Wisconsin Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Nutrition Program Clinic Locations
Contact information for Women, Infants and Children (WIC) projects around Wisconsin that provide nutrition programs for families with young children.