CLEAR Program

The Childhood LEAD Education and Reduction (CLEAR) Program aims to minimize childhood lead poisoning by educating and creating awareness for families in San Diego County through our FREE lead poisoning presentations.

The accumulation of lead in a child’s body is known as childhood lead poisoning. The CLEAR program offers a FREE presentation to parents and caregivers (with children under six years of age) about the most common sources of lead, impact on health, how to identify lead poisoning in children and, most importantly, how to avoid it! Participants can also learn nutritional tips that help minimize lead absorption in case of exposure. Contact us to schedule your “Leaducation” class!

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By the end of each class, parents and caregivers will be familiar with the following topics:

  • What is lead?
  • What is lead poisoning?
  • How does a child get lead poisoning?
  • What are the symptoms of childhood lead poisoning?
  • What are the potential side effects of lead poisoning?
  • What can a parent/caregiver do to prevent a child from getting lead poisoned?
  • Childhood lead screening state regulations
  • Parental advocacy to promote childhood lead screening
  • The role nutrition plays in childhood lead poisoning

Schedule a presentation:

To schedule a presentation, call (619) 515-2526, email our staff or fill out the form below.


The CLEAR program is funded by the Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program through the County of San Diego Health and Human Services Agency for the fiscal years of 2020-2025.

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