The commissioner shall, within available federal or state appropriations, contract with:
(2) swab team workers and community-based advocacy groups to provide funds for lead education for primary prevention of toxic lead exposure in areas at high risk for toxic lead exposure.
The commissioner shall, within available federal or state appropriations, contract with community health boards to conduct lead risk assessments to determine sources of lead contamination and to issue and enforce lead orders according to section 144.9504.
The commissioner shall, within the limits of available appropriations, contract with community health boards for temporary housing, to be used in meeting relocation requirements in section 144.9504, and award grants to community health boards for the purposes of paying housing and relocation costs under section 144.9504. The commissioner may use up to 15 percent of the available appropriations to provide temporary lead-safe housing in areas of the state in which the commissioner has the duty under section 144.9504 to perform secondary prevention.
To the extent practicable under federal guidelines, the commissioner of health may use federal funding to contract with community health boards for purposes specified in this section, but only to the extent that the federal funds do not replace existing funding for these lead services.