Connecticut Mission of Mercy (CTMOM)
Free Dental Clinic
Connecticut Mission of Mercy, often referred to as CTMOM, is a free, two-day dental clinic that provides free dental care to under-served and uninsured Connecticut residents. Access to dental care is imperative to maintaining good overall health and CTMOM has been providing free dental care to those that would otherwise g
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What: The 2019 CT Mission of Mercy Free Dental Clinic
When: April 13 & 14
What Time: Clinic doors open at 8:00 AM
Where: Windham Middle School (123 Quarry Street, Willimantic, CT 06226)
Going without dental care is detrimental to oral and overall health and can result in gum disease and increase your risk of serious health problems such as heart attack and stroke. In 2018, the CTMOM dental clinic provided free dental care to more than 700 patients and donated more than $500,000 in dental services.
The Connecticut Foundation for Dental Outreach (CDFO) in collaboration with the Connecticut State Dental Association (CSDA) began offering free dental care through the Mission of Mercy project in 2008. To learn more and for information on how to volunteer or donate to this important event visit
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