Top Menu


Please post links to resources for this state in the comments section below.  All comments will be sent to the administrator for approval.  Please limit posts to links with short descriptions of services provided. PLEASE INCLUDE CONTACT INFORMATION FOR THE SERVICE, COMPANY OR AGENCY in the BODY OF YOUR POST – so others can easily access it.  PLEASE ALSO INCLUDE THE GEOGRAPHIC AREA OF SERVICE for the company or agency you are posting (city/ county/ region.)

Thank you!

If you are looking for resources in this state, please start your search by searching through the comments on this post.  If you find resources elsewhere that are not yet listed, feel free to add your own comment with information.  Thank you!

2 Responses to Wisconsin

  1. Reghan Walsh August 1, 2014 at 2:00 pm #

    Our Lead-Safe Wisconsin website ( has information on lead exposure and its health and behavioral effects, and its impact on school performance and criminal activity. We discuss the sources of lead exposure and point you to places for more in-depth information. Our Tools and Resources webopages has many items to help with education and outreach. We have data for Wisconsin on the number of lead-exposed children by local health department jurisdiction to understand the problem statewide and locally. We also have data by race/ethnicity and by socioeconomic status. The website also carries a current list of certified Lead-Safe Renovation Companies and the trained and certified Lead-Safe Renovators across the state. We list certified training providers for the Lead-Safe Renovation training and other types of disciplines. Contact Reghan Walsh, Public Health Educator for the Wisconsin Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program, 608-261-9432 or

  2. Ramona Jensen October 6, 2014 at 4:45 pm #

    The Social Development Commission in the City of Milwaukee is currently accepting applications for our Lead Hazard Reduction Assistance Program. The LHRA is able to assist low to moderate income property owners make necessary repairs to remove lead paint hazards from the pre-1950 homes occupied by the owners or their tenants where children under the age of 6 live. Interested parties can call 414-344-9010 ext. 1717 to request an
    application, or they can log onto our website at: and complete the pre-application on-line.

Leave a Reply

Designed by Clever Kiwi Web Design