UB receives $550,000 grant to provide dental care to people who are homeless, uninsured in WNY – UBNow: News and views for UB faculty and staff


The Faculty of Dental Medicine has obtained a $550,000 grant from the Mom Cabrini Wellbeing Basis to give dental treatment to people today who are homeless, as effectively as underinsured households in Western New York, populations who are disproportionately impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. 

The funding will supply just about 100 times of no cost dental care, which includes at the Buffalo Metropolis Mission to individuals who are homeless. It will also assist the shipping of almost 3,000 dental visits to uninsured and underinsured small children at more than 30 Head Start and elementary educational institutions in the region. The grant will fund shipping of oral overall health counseling and treatment to hundreds of families acquiring health-related care at Jamestown Pediatric Associates as perfectly.

The care will be delivered by means of the S-Miles To Go program making use of the Faculty of Dental Medicine’s two point out-of-the-artwork cellular

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