Dental Lifeline Network (DLN) is looking for volunteer dentists who can provide access to care and education for people who cannot afford it and have a permanent disability, are age 65 or older, or are medically fragile. There are more than 10,000 individuals on the waiting list to receive services from DLN’s Donated Dental Services program throughout the United States. In Colorado, DLN currently has a critical need for volunteer dentists in El Paso, Weld, and Pueblo counties.
Can you commit today to seeing one DLN-referred patient a year? Volunteering is easy and DLN handles all the details. You provide the care in your office and on your schedule. Local coordinators screen patients to confirm eligibility, help ensure that patients show up to their appointments, coordinate lab work and specialty care, and serve as a liaison between your staff and the patient. You then work with the patient directly to determine a treatment plan.
Volunteering with Dental Lifeline Network’s Donated Dental Services program will make a life-changing difference for the people they serve. Find our more and sign up to volunteer here.