The Colorado Foundation of Dentistry for the Handicapped (CFDH) is a nonprofit, charitable organization devoted to making oral health care accessible to needy individuals who are disabled, elderly or medically compromised. The CFDH provides this access to care through three direct service programs:
Donated Dental Services (DDS) has more than 700 volunteers across the state
who donate care in their own offices. Dentist volunteers determine the most
appropriate treatment plans for their DDS patients and lab and specialist services
are also donated.
- Dental HouseCalls is a mobile dentistry program that brings dental care to
people in nursing homes, low income senior housing, and homebound individuals.
- Bridge Outreach provides preventative education and training to caregivers of
people who are developmentally disabled, enabling them to improve their
overall oral hygiene.
CFDH’s programs are funded through a combination of individual donations, grants from private foundations, and state contracts.
- Colorado Dental Association (CDA)
- Kids In Need of Dentistry (KIND)
- Colorado Foundation of Dentistry for the Handicapped
- Dental Aid
If unable to attend but wish to donate please click here.
Just think, if 1,000 people donated just $25 each, that would be $25,000 towards making a difference in many unfortunate children’s, handicapped, and low income people’s lives.
Now think about what $100 would do!