Wisconsin Seal-A-Smile announces grant recipients

Wisconsin Seal-A-Smile announces grant recipients

The Wisconsin Seal-A-Smile (SAS) program is excited to announce the grantees for the 2019-20 program year. As a result of the recently passed state budget, the funding for Wisconsin SAS increased to $1.05 million annually. The additional funds will be used to expand the number of schools served and increase participation within current schools.

Wisconsin SAS, one of the nation’s premier school-based dental sealant programs, is a collaboration between Children’s Health Alliance of Wisconsin, Delta Dental of Wisconsin and the Department of Health Services Oral Health Program.

  • Access Community Health Centers (Dane County)
  • Brown County Oral Health Partnership
  • Buffalo County Department of Health
  • City of Menasha Department of Health
  • Clark County Health Department
  • Columbia St. Mary’s Foundation (Milwaukee County)
  • Community Health Systems, Inc. (Rock County)
  • DentaMed Health Care (Milwaukee, Waukesha and Washington Counties)
  • Door County Medical Center Foundation
  • Family Health La Clinica (Adams County)
  • HealthNet of Rock County, Inc.
  • Healthy Teeth, Healthy Lives for Marquette County
  • Jefferson Community Dental Clinic
  • Juneau County Health Department
  • Just Kids Dental (Douglas County)
  • Kenosha Community Health Center, Inc.
  • La Crosse County Health Department
  • Lincoln County Health Department
  • Marquette University
  • Milwaukee Health Services Inc.
  • NorthLakes Community Clinic (17 counties in Northern Wisconsin)
  • Northwoods Dental Project (Vilas, Oneida, Forrest and Florence counties)
  • Oneida Nation
  • Portage County Department of Health
  • Preferred Dentistry of Wisconsin, LLC (Milwaukee, Racine and Washington counties)
  • Price County Department of Health
  • Professional Dental Hygiene Express Inc (Chippewa, Dunn, Rusk and Taylor counties)
  • Progressive Community Health Centers (Milwaukee County)
  • Sauk County Health Department
  • Seals-On-Wheels Oral Health Program (Columbia, Richland, Dodge and Jefferson counties)
  • Shawano-Menominee Counties Health Department
  • Trempealeau County Health Department
  • Walworth County Health and Human Services
  • Watertown Department of Public Health
  • Waupaca County Department of Health
  • Waushara County Public Health Department
  • Wood County Health Department
2019-08-05T08:47:14+00:00August 1st, 2019|Featured, Oral Health|
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