San Diego Lead Safety Collaborative

The City of San Diego's Lead Safety & Healthy Homes Project (LSHHP) has recently been awarded a HUD Office of Lead Hazard Control and Healthy Homes Lead-Based Paint Hazard Control Grant. The program goals are:

  • Remediate lead hazards in 150 low income housing units, maximizing the number of children protected from lead poisoning and other housing-related hazards;
  • Building local capacity to address HUD's Healthy Home Strategy;
  • Further developing strategic relationships to promote program sustainability;
  • Continued integrating of healthy homes principles into all City housing programs;
  • Promoting Section 3 training and employment opportunities; and
  • Educating the community on healthy homes and lead related issues so that they may be better able to protect themselves.

This program started in January 2015.

The following is a list of the key organizations committed to the project:

  • Environmental Health Coalition - Outreach, Education, Intake & Follow-up
  • County of San Diego CLPPP - Child EBL Referrals
  • San Diego Housing Commission - Housing
  • Urban Corps - Jobs Section 3 Training
  • Grid Alternatives - Solar Installations
  • Metropolitan Area Advisory Committee - Weatherization Funding
  • Richard Heath and Associates - Energy Efficiency
  • Campesonis Unidos Inc. - Weatherization
  • La Maestra Community Health Center - Blood Lead Testing

Apply for the Lead Safety Collaborative.

If you would like to know more about the program e-mail [email protected] or call: 858-694-7000, press "0" to speak to an operator and request the Lead Safety & Healthy Homes program.