“Project Homeless” — Free Dental Care for the Poor
The poorest amongst us cannot afford to lead a happy, painless life. If they struggle with a cavity, they will have to keep on suffering, because they cannot afford to go to a dentist.
They just want to get rid of the pain caused by oral health complications, so that they can carry on, find a job or keep a job and be able to put food on their table.
On Thursday and Friday, there will be a walk-in Project Homeless event held at the Samaritan House Administrative Center.
There will be about 20 dentists from Kalispell who will provide these people with free dental treatments.
Besides dental treatments, there will be plenty of giveaways offered, and the homeless will even get a free lunch.
This is the third annual project homeless held in Kalispell, and organizers hope they will be able to offer these services to at least 500 people in the first day of the event, and up to 300 on the second day.
There will be portable dental chairs available, and even a portable X-ray machine will be used by dentists for the examinations.
There will be plenty of hygiene students from Great Falls who will also attend the event and lend a helping hand.
The dental care services will be provided on a first come first served basis. The Project Homeless Connect event will run from 11:00am and up to 6:00pm on Thursday.
On Friday, the event will be held from 9:00am to 1:00pm at the Samaritan House Administrative Center 1110 Second Street W.
Categories: Free Dental Work
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