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Virtual Dental Home (PDF, 664 KB) Promising Program
The Virtual Dental Home (VDH) provides dental and oral health services in locations across California where people live, work, and receive social services. Dental hygienists and assistants gather diagnostic records, communicate with dentists using a telehealth system, treat individuals with basic oral health needs, and refer individuals with more complex needs to dentists in the same geographic area. This program leverages telehealth technology to bring comprehensive diagnostic, preventive, and early intervention services to otherwise hard-to-reach individuals in a convenient and low-cost fashion.

Vista Community Clinic (PDF, 431 KB)
Vista Community Clinic (VCC), established in 1972, is located in Vista, California. Since its founding in the basement of an animal shelter, VCC has expanded to include five clinics in the San Diego North County area. Services include emergency care, screenings, cleanings, sealants, x-rays, fillings, extractions, crowns, care coordination, and referrals. VCC treats children and adults and accepts individuals without insurance. It also offers medical services and health support services to individuals of all ages.

Volunteers in Medicine Berkshires Free Clinic (PDF, 336 KB)
The Volunteers in Medicine (VIM) Berkshires Free Clinic, a nonprofit organization, operates in Great Barrington, Massachusetts. In addition to dental care, the clinic also provides medical, vision, and behavioral health services. Volunteer dentists, dental hygienists, and dental assistants provide services including screenings, extractions, fillings, and dentures. The clinic focuses on treating low-income adults (19-64 years) and those who do not have insurance or are underinsured.