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Dental coalition expands services to Steamboat

Dr. Dana Fujita and assistant Jessica Williams work on Israel Castillo’s teeth during a recent visit to the Northwest Colorado Dental Coalition’s clinic in Steamboat Springs on Thursday afternoon.

Get qualified for treatment

To get a Client Assistance Program card, which can be used at multiple health service providers that have agreed upon criteria, Northwest Colorado Dental Coalition Executive Director Janet Pearcey said potential clients need to provide proof of income such as pay stubs or have someone attest to providing assistance if he or she is without income.

The coalition can check for eligibility for some assistance programs, but Pearcey suggested clients visit the Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association or an area hospital, which can qualify individuals for a greater range of programs, including Medicaid.

Once a client has the card, he or she can visit any coalition clinic without reproducing proof of income.

For more information, call the coalition’s Craig office at 970-824-8000.

If you go

■ Craig office:

485 Yampa Ave., 970-824-8000

■ Steamboat Springs clinic:

116 Eighth St., 970-761-2056

Open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday

■ Oak Creek clinic:

In the South Routt Medical Center, 300 S. Main St., Oak Creek

Open two Mondays per month

Call the Craig office for a schedule and appointments





Dr. Dana Fujita and assistant Jessica Williams work on Israel Castillo's teeth during a recent visit to the Northwest Colorado Dental Coalition's clinic in Steamboat Springs on Thursday afternoon.
John F. Russell