• Children's Volunteer Health Network Shares 2020-21 Data & Announces New Bus

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    June 14, 2021
    Children's Volunteer Health Network Mobile Dental Clinic, named Pearl, has traveled all across Okaloosa and Walton counties to serve the children of our community. Here is where our team has been during the 2020 - 2021 school year and the impact they have made.

    Assessments - 1,108
    Varnish Flouride Treatments - 1.098
    Teeth Sealed - 2,396
    Sealant Patients - 664
    Teeth Treated by Silver Diamine Fluoride - 1,182
    Total Teeth with Decay - 1,425
    Permanent Teeth with Decay - 246
    Urgent Care Forms Sent Home - 152

    Schools served Walton County: Paxton School, Mossy Head School, Maude Saunders Elementary, Butler Elementary, Dune Lakes Elementary

    Schools served Okaloosa County: Riverside Elementary, Walker Elementary, Laurel Hill School, Baker School

    Help Stock the New Bus
    Children's Volunteer Health Network is getting a new bus!
    This bus will provide restorative dental care to children in Okaloosa and Walton counties. This will provide much-needed treatment for the many children that have cavities. Currently, the second bus is in the sketch and design phase. We hope to have the new bus here in the fall of 2021.  

    Click here to help stock the bus.

    Summer Mobile Dental Clinic Program Updates
    The Mobile Dental Clinic Program will be providing free preventive dental services at The Destin Boys & Girls Club of the Emerald Coast from June 14– June 30. We will also be providing dental home care kits for upcoming back-to-school events at other DCWAF partners.  
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