American Association of Poison Control Centers
The American Association of Poison Control Centers is a national voluntary health organization founded in 1958 that represents the nation’s 55 poison centers.
Prevention and Treatment of Poisoning$1.3m
Interactions with private and governmental agencies whose activities affect poison exposures, poison prevention, and poison centers.
Collection, analysis, and publication of national data about poison exposures to promote reduction of injury, illness, and death from poisonings through public and professional education and scientific research.
Support and promote members in their public health mission, promote universal access to certified regional poison centers.