The New Jersey Department of Community Affairs (DCA) has a variety of lead-based paint hazard assistance programs to assist eligible occupants in remediating and/or abatement lead-based paint hazards in pre-1978 one to four family residential units. NJDCA’s lead assistance programs are the following:

  • State Lead-Safe Home Remediation Program
  • State Single-Family Home Remediation Program
  • State Municipal Lead Abatement Pilot Program
  • HUD Lead-Based Paint Hazard Reduction Program

 

FOR APPLICANTS

Eligible Applications: Submission of an application to a designated community-based agency or municipality.

 

You may qualify for help the lead assistance programs if you meet the following requirements:

    • The property has presence of lead-based paint hazards;
    • You live in a 1 to 4-unit residential home built before 1978;
    • The property is structurally sound.
    • Additional Program Specific Requirements
      • (State Lead-Safe, Single-Family, and HUD Lead Programs)- Your household income is within the low-to-moderate income limits;
      • (HUD Lead-Based Paint Hazard Reduction and State Municipal Lead Abatement Programs)- Applicant Household must be occupied or frequently visited by a child under the age of 6

Contact List by Program

 

State Lead-Safe and Single Family Home Remediation Program Policy and Procedures and Forms

State Municipal Lead Abatement Pilot Program Policy and Forms

HUD Lead-Based Paint Hazard Reduction Program Policy and Procedures and Forms