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The Delta Dental of Kansas (DDKS) Foundation, Wichita, has granted a total of $99,401 to three Kansas City-area organizations: American Diabetes Association, Overland Park, Health Partnership Clinic of Johnson County, Olathe, and Southwest Bouswlevard Family Health Clinic, Kansas City, Kan.
nmates make dentures for patients at safety net clinics
Program's goal: Provide inmates with skills to support themselves, families after release
nmates' good deeds benefit Kansas women, children
Bag it, bow it, tag it. Bag it, bow it, tag it. That’s what students in the Kansas Correctional Industries’ Dental Lab at the Topeka Correctional Facility (TCF) do roughly 2,000 times each year...
Delta Dental of Kansas Foundation recently awarded the dental lab at Topeka Correctional Facility a grant for $25,000 for the purchase of equipment and supplies, according to a news release.
elta Dental of Kansas Foundation Invests in Early College Health Science Academy
The Butler Early College Health Sciences Academy at Rose Hill High School is opening wide to take advantage of the opportunity provided by the Delta Dental of Kansas Foundation.
ental Supplies Help Meet Needs of Domestic Violence Survivors
Delta Dental of Kansas Foundation donated enough supplies to assist TCF inmates participating in the facility’s dental technician program in creating over 2000 bags of toothbrushes, floss and other dental care items.
Groups facing various obstacles in their everyday lives are getting one small relief when it comes to dental care.
Recently 133 Kansas dentists donated their services for the annual Kansas Mission of Mercy (KMOM) event sponsored the Kansas Dental Charitable Foundation.
Delta Dental of Kansas Foundation, Greenbush (a Kansas Department of Corrections contractor) and Topeka Correctional Facility (TCF) inmates teamed up to provide gifts of dental supplies.
rushing up on Children's Dental Health Month
Oral Health Kansas, a non-profit group whose mission is to improve oral health in Kansas through advocacy, public awareness and education, held a state wide contest for children preschool age through fourth grade to participate for a chance to win prizes.
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