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Seniors Need Effective Dental Care Too

My great-grandmother “GG” was scrappy, maybe because she was a product of the roaring ’20s. She would come for a week visit and stay for three to six months. We didn’t have a guest bedroom, so we would just rearrange the furniture in the dining room and add a bed so we could keep her longer.

Standing Against Racism

In this pivotal moment, Delta Dental of Colorado and Delta Dental of Colorado Foundation join together and stand in solidarity with Black members of our company, our community, and our country. The systemic, institutional racism that pervades our society is a persistent and wretched enemy of equity. We understand that to be silent about the injustices and threats to the lives of Black people is to be complicit, and we refuse to be silent. Those who abuse their power and continue to take Black lives must be held accountable.

Delta Dental of Colorado Announces COVID-19 Relief Response

DENVER – Delta Dental of Colorado (DDCO), the state’s largest dental benefits company, covering more than 1.3 million members, and Delta Dental of Colorado Foundation (DDCOF), the state’s leading funder of programming that advances oral health equity, announced they have collectively committed $30 million in the form of billing and premium credits, loans, relief funds, and grants to customers, oral health care providers, and local community organizations.

Globeville Community Gets First Dental Clinic

(CBS4) – The Globeville community now has its first dental clinic. It is inside Clinica Tepeyac and was made possible by a grant from Delta Dental of Colorado Foundation. Since it opened in October 2019, Maria Rangel can now afford to take care of her teeth for the first time in years.

Two Boulder County nonprofits to benefit from Delta Dental’s boost to oral health care

Delta Dental of Colorado Foundation has announced it will provide $3.5 million in funding over three years to 31 Colorado nonprofit organizations to support projects that create accessible oral health care and advance oral health equity. Among them are two local nonprofits, Clinica Family Health and Dental Aid.

Two Boulder County nonprofits to benefit from Delta Dental’s boost to oral health care

Delta Dental of Colorado Foundation has announced it will provide $3.5 million in funding over three years to 31 Colorado nonprofit organizations to support projects that create accessible oral health care and advance oral health equity. Among them are two local nonprofits, Clinica Family Health and Dental Aid.

Two Boulder County nonprofits to benefit from Delta Dental’s boost to oral health care

Delta Dental of Colorado Foundation has announced it will provide $3.5 million in funding over three years to 31 Colorado nonprofit organizations to support projects that create accessible oral health care and advance oral health equity. Among them are two local nonprofits, Clinica Family Health and Dental Aid.

Delta Dental to Award $3.5 Million to Colorado Communities

The Delta Dental of Colorado Foundation (DDCOF) will provide $3.5 million in funding over three years to 31 Colorado nonprofit organizations to support projects that create accessible oral healthcare across the lifespan and advance oral health equity. Over the past two years, DDCOF has awarded $6.9 million in grants focused on oral health to Colorado communities. 

2 Montezuma County dental programs receive grants

Two dental programs operating in Montezuma and Dolores counties were awarded funding from Delta Dental of Colorado Foundation, which this month announced $3.5 million in grants to an array of oral health programs across the state.

Local groups get dental funding

Delta Dental of Colorado Foundation will provide $3.5 million in funding over three years to 31 Colorado nonprofit organizations to support projects that create accessible oral health care across the lifespan and advance oral health equity. Over the past two years, Delta has awarded $6.9 million in oral health-focused grants to Colorado communities.

Greeley Tribune Opinion: Funding for dental health at Sunrise a win for community

Evans’ Sunrise Community Health Monfort Family Clinic, 2930 11th Ave., recently introduced integrated oral health services. The new offering — which necessitated hiring an expanded scope dental assistant and a dental hygienist — is part of an effort to make sure as many folks as possible have access to dental health care.

Clinic’s grant will improve dental care access

A newly received grant will allow River Valley Family Health Centers to increase dental care access at the federally qualified health facility’s locations in Delta and Olathe.