Since 1994, VHCB's Healthy & Lead-Safe Homes Program has assisted more than 2,600 landlords and income-eligible homeowners to reduce the risk of lead poisoning caused by lead-based paint hazards.
The VHCB Healthy & Lead-Safe Homes Program was created to reduce lead-based paint hazards in housing serving low-income families. The Program has administered nearly $32 million in funding from the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development to control lead paint hazards in homes and apartments throughout the state.
Work is completed by certified lead abatement contractors. Testing is done to ensure properties are safe before residents return. For more information, please see the program brochure and Frequently Asked Questions.
We are available by phone at (802) 828-5064 or 1-800-290-0527 during normal business hours.
Homeowners Multi-Family Dwellings
Must have a child under 6 5 year deferred, interest free loan
10 year deferred, interest free loan 20% forgiveness per year
10% forgiveness per year Work includes interior and exterior painting
Work includes interior and exterior painting Possible window replacement
Possible window replacement
If you are a landlord and have questions about filing your compliance statement, please contact the Healthy Homes Lead Poisoning Prevention Program at the Vermont Department of Health: 802-863-7220 or 800-439-8550 (toll-free in VT).