Alliance Publications

Below is a list of many of the articles, reports, and other publications released by the Alliance to End Childhood Lead Poisoning (AECLP) and the Alliance for Healthy Homes (AFHH). The Alliance for Healthy Homes merged with the National Center for Healthy Housing in 2010. NCHH owns and curates the Alliance’s remarkable resource library.

2005

Alliance for Healthy Homes. (2005, November). Managing hurricane recovery for healthy and affordable communities: A guide for organizations, agencies, and policy makers. Washington, DC: Author.

Rapuano, M., & Phelps, A. M. (2005, May-June). Leveraging the Federal Lead Hazard Disclosure Law to improve housing conditions. Clearinghouse Review Journal of Poverty Law and Policy, 39(1-2), 37-51. Retrieved from http://povertylaw.org/files/docs/article/chr_2005_may_june_rapuano.pdf

Building blocks for primary prevention – Protecting children from lead-based paint hazards. Retrieved from https://www.cdc.gov/nceh/lead/publications/building_blocks_for_primary_prevention.pdf

2004

Alliance for Healthy Homes. (2004, December). Lead-safe housing policy guidance. Washington, DC: Author. Retrieved from https://www.cdc.gov/nceh/lead/policy/lead_safe_housing_policy_guidance_alliance_for_healthy_homes.pdf

Alliance for Healthy Homes. (2004, June). Overcoming barriers to data-sharing related to the HIPAA Privacy Rule: A guide for state and local childhood lead poisoning prevention programs. Washington, DC: Author. Retrieved from https://www.cdc.gov/nceh/lead/policy/hipaa_clppp_june17_final.htm

2001

Alliance to End Childhood Lead Poisoning & National Center for Lead-Safe Housing. (2001, November). Another link in the chain update: State policies and practices for case management and environmental investigations for lead-poisoned children. Washington, DC: Authors. Retrieved from http://nchh.org/resource-library/report_another-link-in-the-chain_2001-update.pdf

Ryan, D. (2001, May-June). Turning the corner on lead-based paint. Journal of Housing and Community Development, 14-21.

Ryan, D. (2001). Coming to grips with lead-based paint. Rural Voices.

2000

Ryan, D., & Scott, R. (2000, November-December). The promise of environmental sampling and right-to-know laws for at-risk communities. Public Health Reports, 115, 511-520. Retrieved from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1308621/pdf/pubhealthrep00019-0017.pdf

1999

Alliance to End Childhood Lead Poisoning & National Center for Lead-Safe Housing. (1999, June). Another link in the chain: State policies and practices for case management and environmental investigations for lead-poisoned children. Washington, DC: Authors. Retrieved from http://nchh.org/resource-library/Another_Link_in_Chain.pdf

Ryan, D., Levy, B., Pollack, S., & Walker, B., Jr. (1999, June). Protecting children from lead poisoning and building healthy communities. American Journal for Public Health, 89(6), 822-824. Retrieved from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1508654/

1997

Dolbeare, C. N., & Ryan, D. (1997, January). Getting the lead out: Controlling lead paint hazards in housing. Shelterforce. Retrieved from https://shelterforce.org/1997/01/01/getting-the-lead-out-controlling-lead-paint-hazards-in-housing/

1995

Alliance to End Childhood Lead Poisoning. (1995). Innovative financing sources for lead hazard control. Washington, DC: Author.

Alliance to End Childhood Lead Poisoning. (1995). International action plan for preventing lead poisoning. Washington, DC: Author.

Alliance to End Childhood Lead Poisoning. (1995). Directory of state and local childhood lead poisoning prevention advocates. Washington, DC: Author.

1994

Rapuano, M., & Florini, K. (1994, May). The global dimensions of lead poisoning: An initial analysis. Washington, DC: Alliance to End Childhood Lead Poisoning & Environmental Defense Fund.

Alliance to End Childhood Lead Poisoning. (1994). Building a lead-safe future – Second comprehensive national conference (May 16-18, 1994 Washington, D.C.): Final report. Washington, DC: Authors.

McManus, M., & Dunbar, J. (1994, January). Would your child be covered? Lessons for health reform from private health insurance lead poisoning coverage. Washington, DC: Alliance to End Childhood Lead Poisoning.

Alliance to End Childhood Lead Poisoning. (1994). Childhood lead poisoning: Developing prevention programs and mobilizing resources. Washington, DC: Author.

1993

Alliance to End Childhood Lead Poisoning. (1993, July). Blueprint for prevention: Primary prevention strategies handbook volume I. Washington, DC: Author.

Alliance to End Childhood Lead Poisoning & Conservation Law Foundation. (1993, July). Model state law: Lead poisoning prevention act. Washington, DC: Author.

Alliance to End Childhood Lead Poisoning & National Center for Lead-Safe Housing. (1993, June). A framework for action to make private housing safe: A proposal to focus national attention. Washington, DC: Alliance to End Childhood Lead Poisoning.

Alliance to End Childhood Lead Poisoning. (1993, April). Making the most of Medicaid: State progress in childhood lead poisoning prevention. Washington, DC: Author.

McNulty, M. (1993, February). A guide to Medicaid for childhood lead poisoning prevention programs and other public health providers. Washington, DC: Alliance to End Childhood Lead Poisoning. Washington, DC: Author.

Alliance to End Childhood Lead Poisoning. (1993, January). National action plan for preventing childhood lead poisoning. Washington, DC: Author.

Alliance to End Childhood Lead Poisoning. (1993, January). Understanding Title X: A practical guide to the residential lead-based paint hazard reduction act of 1992. Washington, DC: Author.

1992

Alliance to End Childhood Lead Poisoning. (1992). Preventing childhood lead poisoning – The first comprehensive national conference (October 6, 7 & 8, 1991 Washington, D.C.): Final report. Washington, DC: Authors.

1991

Alliance to End Childhood Lead Poisoning. (1991, October). Guide to state lead screening laws. Washington, DC: Author.

Alliance to End Childhood Lead Poisoning. (1991, October). Resource guide for financing lead-based paint cleanup. Washington, DC: Author.