Services provided to clients through the partnership between HIV Alliance and Lane Community College Dental Clinic may include the following:
Benefits of accessing services through the LCC Dental Clinics include:
Dental services through HIV Alliance are available for those who have no or limited dental insurance. In order to access HIV Alliance paid for dental services you must be below 250% of Federal Poverty Level. Dental funding is limited and may not cover all types of care. HIV Alliance works hard to find services that meet the needs of the client and are within our funding abilities. When possible HIV Alliance will refer you to the LCC Dental Clinics. Below are a list of steps to help you identify how and when to access services through the Dental Clinic or a provider in your area.
HIV Alliance and Lane Community College Dental Clinic have been partners for the last eight years in providing HIV specific, high quality, and consistent dental care to eligible clients. The Dental Clinic’s primary location is in Eugene, Oregon and is supplemented by satellite clinics located in Medford, Oregon at Rogue Community College and Salem, Oregon at Chemeketa Community College.
Lane Community College Dental Clinic not only serves the 11 counties supported by HIV Alliance (Clatsop, Coos, Curry, Douglas, Josephine, Jackson, Klamath, Lake, Lane, Lincoln, and Marion), they also serve Baker, Benton, Crook, Deschutes, Gilliam, Grant, Harney, Jefferson, Linn, Malheur, Morrow, Polk, Sherman, Umatilla, Wallowa, Wasco, and Wheeler Counties.
For clients that need to travel to access services, transportation and travel lodging may be available. If you have health concerns and traveling to the Dental Clinic would be a hardship, dental services may be available in your area. To learn more about dental care or ask questions specific to your needs send us your questions using the form below.
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