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LeadSafe Program In Michigan

By on November 11, 2013

HAMTRAMCK, Mich. – The LEADSAFE WAYNE COUNTY program has obtained U.S. Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Grant Funding to help eligible Wayne County residents (excluding the City of Detroit) to make their homes lead safe. The program provides FREE information, FREE home testing for lead-based paint, and FREE hazard repairs to homeowners or tenants that qualify.  You may be eligible to participate in this lead hazard control program if:

•            Your home or rental property was built before 1978;

•            The home or rental property is located in Wayne County (excluding Detroit);

•            Income meets Program Eligibility Requirements;

•            A child in the home has been diagnosed with lead Poisoning (>10 ug/dL); or

•            There are young children (<6 years old) or pregnant women present in the home.

If you would like a LeadSafe Wayne County Program application mailed to you, contact: Piast Institute, 11633 Joseph Campau Ave., Hamtramck, MI 48212  (313) 733-4535,  info@piastinstitute.org