Community Care Clinic awarded $212,000 grant for dental care

Jan 11, 2020 -- Posted by : admin

Article by The Summit Daily

Delta Dental of Colorado Foundation has announced that it will provide $3.5 million in funding over three years to 31 Colorado nonprofit organizations, including Summit Community Care Clinic, to support projects that advance oral health equity for Coloradans.

The Care Clinic will receive a three-year, $212,000 grant to pilot a mobile dental clinic for low-income seniors living in Summit, Lake, Chaffee, Grand and Pitkin counties, according to a news release.

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