Quick Links to Information for Lead-Free NJ Members
Lead-Free NJ committees help advance the collaborative’s yearly objectives and long-term goals.
Lead-Free NJ Community Hubs are local grassroots organizations that help advance the collaborative’s yearly objectives and long term goals.
Paterson | Newark | Trenton
5 Steps for Advocacy
See the 5 ways that you can advocate for lead remediation yourself and with your community.
Join us at our next event to show your support – or tell us about your own event, too!
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Lead Hazard Reduction Grant Program. Deadline May 2, 2023.
Share your story… Advocate for change… Learn more about our work and become a part of the solution.
Lead-Free NJ strives to achieve lead-free policy wins through a solutions-oriented, collective-action approach that amplifies the voices of affected communities and individuals.
Fact Sheets and Reports
Our Lead-Free NJ policy papers, research, and reports. Links to relevant partner reports.
Answers to some of the questions we hear most often in our field.
Communities Effecting Change
The Lead-Free NJ Community Toolkit is intended to serve as an adaptable resource for Lead-Free NJ Community Hubs, community organizations, and individuals working to create change in their communities.
Social Media Toolkit
Share Lead-Free NJ’s efforts with your family, friends, neighbors, and others on social media. Use the posts, images, and hashtags below to promote our mission.
Lead-Free NJ’s key staff that keep us on track every day.
Fast Fact Archives
Review All the Previous Fast Facts by Month