Every day we partner with communities to re-imagine how all of our neighbors access, benefit from, and value the importance of proper oral health care.
With our partner organizations, we implement innovative programs and projects intended to reach those with the most to gain.
Our current oral health funding across Colorado is listed in the table below.
|Amount||Life Cycle (months)||Counties Served|
|Colorado Community Health NetworkPathways to Equity: Strengthening the Dental Workforce in Colorado Community Health Centers||Denver |
|Colorado Dental Hygienists AssociationWorkforce Innovation and the Role of the Dental Hygienist||Grand Junction |
|Colorado Latino Leadership, Advocacy & Research Organization (CLLARO)Latino Oral Health Promotion||Denver |
|35,000||12||Adams, Arapahoe, Denver|
|Colorado Mountain College FoundationColorado Mountain College Dental Hygienist Pilot Program||Glenwood Springs |
|100,000||24||Chaffee, Eagle, Garfield, Grand, Jackson, Lake, Pitkin, Routt, Summit|
|Colorado Nonprofit Development Center dba Benefits in ActionImproving Access to Oral Health Care and Food Security||Lakewood |
|Community Health ServicesTeleORALhealth||Aspen |
|83,497||12||Eagle, Garfield, Pitkin|
|Community Partnership for Child DevelopmentOral Health Program for Disadvantaged Children||Colorado Springs |
|Denver Health and Hospitals FoundationTeledentistry Service Support in School-Based Dental Programs in Northeast Denver||Denver |
|Denver Scholarship FoundationWorkforce Connectivity||Denver |
|Doctors CareDoctors Care Healthy Pregnancy and Children Initiative||Littleton |
|35,000||12||Adams, Arapahoe, Denver, Douglas, El Paso, Elbert, Jefferson|