Lead Hazard Reduction Grant Program
This grant helps eligible suburban Cook County homeowners and renters by funding the renovation work needed to eliminate or control lead paint hazards in their homes.
Depending on the applicants’ income, funds for this program are either provided by Cook County or the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development.
A family may qualify for the grant program if:
- The home is located within suburban Cook County,
- Their income is below the program limit, and
- There are lead paint hazards in the home.
CCDPH will work with families to identify any healthy homes and lead paint hazards in their home and contract with a licensed contractor to fix the hazards at no cost to you. Lead hazard repairs typically include: painting, replacing windows, or other home repair work to remove or contain lead paint or address housing hazards.
Household income can not exceed the amount in the chart below for your family size.
*Cook County Lead Grant Program uses 120% AMI for families with a child who has an elevated blood lead result and uses 80% AMI to qualify all other grant applicants.*
For More Information
Questions? Call Cook County Department of Public Health at 312-465-3193.
HUD Lead Hazard Reduction Program Info Request FormFor more information about the Healthy Homes and Lead Paint Hazards grant, please fill out the form below:
Updated May 25, 2022, 12:00 PM