Changing livesSince 1992, the Childhood Lead Action Project has worked to eliminate childhood lead poisoning through education, parent support and advocacy. The Project is the only organization in Rhode Island devoted exclusively to this critical issue.
An ounce of preventionChildhood lead poisoning remains the most pervasive, yet preventable environmental health problem in Rhode Island. It is one of the most insidious indicators of environmental injustice – children of color continue to have alarming rates of poisoning.
Catalyzing changeOver the years, the Childhood Lead Action Project has come to be recognized as a leading education and information resource by the community and as a catalyst for social change.
Thank you for joining us to celebrate 21 years of getting the lead out at our special benefit event on October 10! Turnout was excellent, thanks to our hardworking Host Committee, and the event was great fun. Congratulations to our 2013 honorees: Peter Simon, Jeff Lykins, Jim Lucht, Kate Lovejoy, and Richard Asinof. Thanks again to our sponsors and donors. We couldn't do this work without you!
¿Es usted un contratista o trabajador que altera pintura a base de plomo en viviendas construidas antes de 1978? ¡Ahora ofrecemos entrenamientos de RRP en español para ayudarle a cumplir con los requisitos legales que lo protegerán contra una demanda legal! Para inscríbirse a las clases de RRP, llame al Childhood Lead Action Project al 401.785.1310 x201 o al 888.234.3337 (llamada gratuita).
Did you know that all realtors and most landlords in Rhode Island are required to take a 3-hour Lead Hazard Awareness Seminar? Register to take the class online today, and get the information you need to follow the law and keep your tenants safe. The Childhood Lead Action Project offers the Lead Hazard Awareness Seminar online. Read more.
To complement our lead poisoning prevention work, we raise community awareness about fire and carbon monoxide safety, asthma triggers in the home, and locally available energy conservation resources. We offer community-based education in a variety of settings: preschools, churches, ESL classes, social service agencies, neighborhood groups, etc. We also recruit folks to host house parties, gathering friends and neighbors to learn about lead and other healthy housing issues. Interested in a presentation? Contact us.