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Families First Dental Center (PDF, 716 KB) Promising Program
Families First Dental Center provides adult and pediatric preventive, restorative, and emergency oral health care and education. Families First was among the first community health centers in New Hampshire to integrate dental services with primary care. The center has an electronic health record (EHR) that includes notes from medical providers, dentists, care coordinators, and other health care providers. The EHR measures quality of care, health outcomes, and utilization.

Family First Program (PDF, 316 KB)
The Family First program, established in 2010, is run by the Department of Community Dentistry at Case Western Reserve University. The program links families with dental students, providers, and limited free dental services. The program adopted nine families in 2010 and provided care to multiple generations in each family unit. Students are able to practice recently acquired skills such as risk assessment and evidence-based care. Services include screenings and provider education.

First Baptist Church - Pharmacy, Medical and Dental Clinic (PDF, 323 KB)
The First Baptist Church-Pharmacy, Medical and Dental Clinic is located in Vicksburg, Mississippi. Volunteer providers (dentists, doctors, nurses, and social workers) staff the clinic one evening per month and offer free services on a first-come, first-serve basis until the clinic runs out of supplies. Dental services include screenings, x-rays, extractions, and referrals. The clinic only accepts individuals without insurance.

Forsyth Dental Hygiene Clinic (PDF, 380 KB)
The Esther M. Wilkins Forsyth Dental Hygiene Clinic is located in Boston, Massachusetts and provides services that include screenings, cleanings, fluoride treatments, x-rays, and sealants. The clinic is staffed by dental hygiene students and professors from the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences University. The program provides services to children and adults at a reduced price, and Veterans receive free care.

Fort HealthCare Community Dental Clinic (PDF, 684 KB) Promising Program
The Fort HealthCare Community Dental Clinic provides discounted dental services to individuals in Jefferson County, Wisconsin with limited or no dental insurance. Fort HealthCare offers two unique financial aid options: a Self-Pay Discount, which is offered to individuals without health insurance or individuals receiving services not covered by specific programs, and a Community Care Program, which is reserved for individuals in need of medically necessary treatment who are unable to meet their financial responsibilities.

Friends of Calvert County Seniors Dental Program (PDF, 652 KB) Promising Program
The Friends of Calvert County Seniors (FCCS) Dental Program provides dental services to older adults with low incomes living in Calvert County, Maryland. This program provides access to and pays for older adults’ dental care, covering up to $2,000 in dental expenses. The FCCS Dental Program also provides other medical services, such as hearing assistance, prescriptions, emergency care, and eye care.