COVID-19 Dental Equipment Fund
The $400,000 fund will help safety-net dental organizations in Michigan, Ohio and Indiana purchase COVID-19 related dental supplies and equipment, including personal protective equipment, air purifiers, teledentistry technology, and other needed equipment.
How much funding is available?
- Up to $10,000 per location.
- Up to $30,000 for organizations with three or more clinic locations.
Who can apply?
- FQHCs and look-alikes
- Community health departments
- School-based dental centers
- Volunteer clinics
- Other safety-net dental clinics
What are the guidelines?
- Applicants must be nonprofit dental clinics providing dental services to uninsured, underinsured and other vulnerable populations.
- Funds must be used for COVID-19 related supplies and equipment.
- Recipients will be selected based on need and the population served, and the funding amount will be based on the applicant’s overall budget.
Applications must be received by Feb. 7.
Delta Dental Foundation Masks
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- Machine wash and tumble dry to clean
- 100 percent 30/1 American cotton
- Soft and breathable fabric
- Double-layer cotton construction with top and bottom
binding cover stitch closure and three-pleat expansion
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COVID-19 Emergency Assistance Fund
The Delta Dental Foundation focuses on funding oral health related projects; in this time of change and crisis, we realize our safety-net dental clinics and our non-profit organizations are being asked to do more than ever before.
The Delta Dental Foundation has created a COVID-19 Emergency Assistance Fund. Funds will address needs faced by both safety-net dental clinics and non-profits who work with vulnerable populations and provide health services or food assistance in Michigan, Ohio, and Indiana. The application period has now closed, recipients have been notified.
Each COVID-19 Emergency Assistance Fund grant recipient must complete and return a COVID-19 grant reporting form to email@example.com by December 31, 2020.
If you are having a dental emergency and need to find an open dental clinic that will take Medicaid or offer a sliding fee scale (based on income) click here.
Clinics listed are in Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Alaska, Alabama, Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New York, North Carolina, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.