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Due date: No later than March 24, 2022 by 2:00 pm
Contact: Jeffrey Brown, jeffrey.brown@kingcounty.gov
Submit application to: cpres-EHS@kingcounty.gov

Link/share this page at www.kingcounty.gov/rfa/lead-toxics


Description

The Lead and Toxics Program at Public Health – Seattle & King County seeks partnerships with community-based organizations to prevent childhood lead poisoning and increase Blood Lead testing with a focus on three areas of concern: housing, healthcare, and consumer products. While we have made significant progress raising awareness about the importance of lead poisoning prevention, King County still faces significant challenges to eliminating lead poisoning in our communities and to testing and serving children with elevated blood lead levels.

A pre-application conference was held on March 10, 2022.