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Visit the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment for several examples of how risk can be reduced. Lead can be in everyday items in your home. Old or imported items are more likely to have lead based finishes and paint in them. If you would like any of your household items tested for lead, contact Kayla Lesperance at 303 363 3030.
When a child has a confirmed blood lead level greater than or equal to 5µg/dL, Tri-County Health department will conduct an investigation which could include a home visit. These services are free of charge, contact Kayla Lesperance at (720) 435-3490 for more information.
Iron - lean meats, fish, cereals high in iron, dried fruits such as raisins and prunes Calcium - milk, yogurt cheese, green leafy vegetables Vitamin C - citrus fruits and juices, tomatoes, tomato juice, green peppers
Go to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment Lead Page, to find a certified abatement professional and certified lead professional.