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NLPPW2021 Get Your Child Tested For Lead Poisoning – English

Lead-Based Paint Hazard Control ProgramLead-Based Paint Program

  • Online
  • Free (registration required)

Did you know? Pima County is listed as the top 4th high-risk ZIP codes in Arizona for children with high levels of lead in their blood. If you are pregnant or have a child under the age of 6 living in your home (or visiting frequently) it is important to know about lead poisoning to protect your family. For National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week 2021 we want to educate you on childhood lead poisoning prevention and resources in your local community. During this event, you will get the opportunity to watch a live interview with Lorena Verdugo, Community Health Coordinator at El Rio Community Health. Lorena will be discussing the importance of lead blood testing for children, what the process is like for getting your child a lead blood test, and information on the City of Tucson's Lead-Based Paint Hazard Control Program.

Discrimination Based on Sex and Fair Housing – English

Fair HousingFair Housing

  • Online
  • Free (registration required)

Discrimination in housing because of sex is illegal. During this workshop you will learn how sex is protected under the Fair Housing Act along with what falls under sex (gender identity and sexual orientation), HUD policies and rules, what is prohibited, examples of discrimination, and sexual harassment. Additionally, if you think you have experienced unlawful discrimination in housing because of sex you will learn how to file a complaint with SERI. You will receive a certificate for attending the full workshop.

Disabilities and Fair Housing - English

Fair HousingFair Housing

  • Online
  • Free (registration required)

More than 50% of housing complaints investigated each year from HUD, state and local agencies combined are because of disability. During this workshop you will learn how disability is protected under the Fair Housing Act along with what falls under a disability, reasonable accommodations, reasonable modifications and accessibility requirements for buildings. Additionally, if you think you have experienced unlawful discrimination in housing because of disability you will learn how to file a complaint with SERI. You will receive a certificate for attending the full workshop.