Came across this from the Georgia lead and healthy home program. This is a link to the breakdown of children tested for lead poisoning and the results. Some of the higher counties are:
Chatham Country, 3,820 screenings for lead in blood. 28 children between 10-19 ug/dl and 7 >20 ug/dl
Fulton Country 13,794 screening. 40 children between 10-19 and 9 above 20 ug/dl
Gwinnett Country 9,370 screenings. 26 children 10-19 and 8 above 20 ug/dl
DeKalb Country 8,496 screenings. 25 children between 10-19 ug/dl and 8 above 20 ug/dl
Cobb County 7,209 screening. 21 children between 10-19 ug/dl and 8 above 20 ug/dl
Laurens County. 931 screening. 16 children between 10-19 ug/dl and 7 above 20 ug/dl.
To see the full pdf follow this link. http://health.state.ga.us/pdfs/epi/lead/GA%20Data2012.pdf
At the time of this report the CDC defined elevated lead levels for blood at 10 ug/dl. Earlier this year the CDC lowered the level to 5 ug/dl.
Southeast Lead Consultants can provide lead testing in paint and products. Contrary to much belief, lead poisoning can be a result of dust, not just paint chips.