Connecticut Mission of Mercy
What is the Connecticut Mission of Mercy?
The Connecticut Mission of Mercy is affectionately referred to as CTMOM. The two day clinic provides free dental care to the underserved and uninsured in Connecticut – those that would otherwise go without dental care. Oral health is inseparable from general health and can affect a person’s self-esteem, compromise their ability to work, attend school and lead a normal life. The Connecticut Foundation for Dental Outreach (CDFO) in collaboration with the Connecticut State Dental Association (CSDA) held the state’s first Mission of Mercy project in 2008. Every year, the Connecticut Mission of Mercy project is held in a different location throughout the state.
|Tolland (2008)||New Haven (2009)|
|Middletown (2010)||Waterbury (2011)|
|Danbury (2012)||Bridgeport (2013)|
Connecticut Mission of Mercy 2014
SAVE THE DATES!
1 Civic Center Plaza
No Appointments, First-come, First-Served.
There will be a separate line and entrance with shorter waiting time just for pregnant patients. Click here for additional information.
Interested in becoming a CTMOM Sponsor? Contact Josephine Bicknell at (860) 863-5940.
Total Patients Served: 2,125 (1,782 unique patients)
Total Value of Donated Care: $1,300,000
Number of Volunteers: 1,415
Cities, Towns, and Villages Represented: 140
Click here for the 2013 Bridgeport Final Report.
Click here to view the 2012 CTMOM Video.
Click here to view the 2011 CTMOM Video.
Click here to veiw the 2008 CTMOM Video.