Lead poisoning can lead to a lifetime of health issues for children, including developmental delays, learning disabilities, and hearing and speech problems. Healthy Homes hazards can be immediately dangerous to life and health. Construction renovations through our grant funding programs can protect your health and improve your quality of life. To see if you qualify submit a pre-application below today.
If your household income falls below the guidelines below you may qualify for funding in one of our HUD funded programs. If your income is above the guidelines, you may still qualify for state and local funding
Application Approval: After the initial application is received and reviewed by the intake specialist, qualifying applicants will receive attachments to complete before the application’s final approval.
Lead Inspection/Risk Assessment: A licensed Lead Risk Assessor will perform the risk assessment of the property. This takes an average of 3 – 4 hours in the home. A lead inspection/risk assessment report is completed identifying potential paint, soil, and dust hazards. The report is then sent to the Ohio State Historic Preservation Office for review and approval.
Pre-Construction Walk-through: A licensed Lead Abatement Contractor registered with the program walks through the home to determine the cost of the project.
Contract Signing: The property owner signs a legal contract and submits the match portion to start project work. Funds may be secured from other local sources.
Work Completion: To protect the health of occupants during abatement work, relocation is required until after clearance is achieved.
For more information call our HUD hotline at (419) 626-5623 ext. 5141 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To schedule your child to be tested for lead poisoning, contact the Health Center at (419) 626-5623 ext. 5174.