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Lantern Medical Clinic (PDF, 360 KB)
Lantern Medical Clinic is a faith-based, nonprofit organization located in Pearl, Mississippi. The clinic targets low-income employed adults (ages 18 and older) without insurance. It operates in the evening and relies on volunteer staff; medical services are offered four nights per week and dental and specialty services are offered two nights per week.

Lifelong Dental Care (PDF, 658 KB) Promising Program
LifeLong Dental Care is a nonprofit community clinic that provides services to individuals of all ages in two counties in California. LifeLong Dental Care is part of a larger community health organization, LifeLong Medical Care. In addition to providing services at two clinics, the program offers mobile dental services for the homeless by addressing their dental needs in the mobile van and inviting them to be treated at the clinic if additional care is needed. The clinic also holds free dental days for children and adults on designated weekends throughout the year and provides care at two school-based dental clinics and two school-oriented dental vans.

Lincoln Community Health Center (PDF, 355 KB)
Lincoln Community Health Center, established in 1971, is a federally qualified health center located in Durham, North Carolina. It offers the following dental services: emergency care, screenings, cleanings, fluoride treatments, sealants, x-rays, fillings, extractions, oral surgery, and patient education. The health center targets underserved populations.

Louisiana Smiles for Life Program (PDF, 326 KB)
The Louisiana Smiles for Life Program is an education-based program for independent older adults, and is supported by the Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals Oral Health Program (OHP) and the Governor’s Office of Elderly Affairs (GOEA). The program was developed as a part of the Louisiana Oral Health Coalition’s Oral Health for the Elderly Task Force and was a collaborative effort between the OHP, the GOEA, and the Capital Area Agency on Aging to address the educational needs of individuals participating in Councils on Aging (COA) congregate meals program. The program manual includes information on how to get the Louisiana Smiles for Life Program started in local settings such as meal sites and senior clubs. Lesson plans focus on nutrition, denture care, and the overall importance of oral health and hygiene.

Lucy Corr Dental Clinic (PDF, 373 KB)
Lucy Corr Dental Clinic, established in 1970 and located in Chesterfield, Virginia, is part of Lucy Corr Village, a continuing care retirement community. The Dental Clinic, in partnership with the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Dentistry, serves as a preceptor site for the rotation of dental and dental hygiene students. Volunteer dentists, dental hygienists, and dental assistants provide services free of charge to underinsured and uninsured geriatric patients. Services offered include screenings, cleanings, periodontal care, fillings, extractions, dentures and partials, care coordination (scheduling appointments), and oral health education. Additionally, the clinic arranges screenings and oral health education at partnering geriatric programs, where individuals seen at different program sites receive support in scheduling appointments at the Lucy Corr Dental Clinic. The Dental Clinic treats older adults (65 years and older), including Lucy Corr Village residents.