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Help Paying for Dental Care

Help Paying for Dental Care

Iowa Medicaid:

Medicaid (Title 19) is a program that pays for the health and dental care of people who qualify. The Medicaid program is managed by the Iowa Department of Human Services. To learn more call (563) 326-8767.

hawk-i:

Iowa offers hawk-i health care coverage for uninsured children of Iowa working families. The hawk-i coverage is also available as a “dental only” option for children with medical insurance but no dental insurance. Monthly rates are based on income. Some families pay nothing at all. To learn more call (800) 257-8563.

Discounts based on income:

Community Health Care Inc (CHC): The CHC dental clinic in Davenport, Iowa offers discounted services based on income. To find out if you qualify, call (563) 336-3000.

Donated dental care:

Give Kids A Smile® (GKAS): Each year hundreds of children in the Quad Cities receive dental care at no cost thanks to local dentists that donate their services through the GKAS program at Bethany for Children and Families. Contact your school nurse to sign your child up for the program. To learn more call (309) 736-6611.

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