Through the Dental Clinic Resource Program, America’s ToothFairy expands delivery of oral health services by providing an array of support to non-profit dental service providers. Our goal is to decrease their operating costs and increase their capacity to provide services for children.
Eligibility Requirements: Member clinics must demonstrate a shared commitment to oral health education, prevention of pediatric dental disease, and addressing barriers to care. Member clinics are:
- Non-profit organizations
- Committed to delivering oral health education at each encounter with a child
- Able to provide oral health services or referrals to children in need of care
NCOHF recognizes that all potential DCRP participants may not need the same level of support. To meet the needs of clinics in the ways they need us to, NCOHF offers two tiers of program participation:
Resources available to Tier 1 DCRP Participants:
- Bilingual oral health educational materials
- Financial grants to expand oral health education, internal capacity and access to care
- Opportunities to participate in national oral health awareness campaigns
- Free NCOHF programs and resources to support local oral health efforts
Resources available to Tier II Participants:
- All resources from Tier I
- Donated product and equipment, as procured through NCOHF
Find out more about the Types of Programs in our network.
Interested in becoming a member of our Dental Clinic Resource Program? Contact Robin Vann at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Since our inception in 2006, America’s ToothFairy has distributed more than $17 million in financial and in-kind resources to nonprofit dental clinics across the country.
“The product and financial support you have given us has really helped us advance our service mission to the most needy underserved children.”
John W. Reinhardt, DDS, MS, MPH, Professor and Dean, University of Nebraska College of Dentistry
“Thank you for your support! It’s hard to express how great it is to see children who have never seen a dentist now be able to have access to quality preventive and restorative care.”
Mark Sobiski, Foundation Manager, CareFIRST Carolina Foundation for CareSouth Carolina; Division of Dental Medicine