National Network for Oral Health Access (NNOHA) is a nationwide membership association that exists to promote access to oral health care for underserved populations by encouraging community health centers (CHC) to start and maintain dental programs and to provide training, technical assistance and networking for the professionals who work in the safety net. Members include dentists, dental hygienists, other oral health professionals, community health center employees, primary care associations, medical professionals, and others interested in the NNOHA mission.
Building and expanding oral health programs in CHCs
Developing oral health quality measures and training CHC staff to collect and interpret quality improvement measures
Encouraging interprofessional collaboration in primary medical and primary oral health care
Provide oral health content development for training and technical assistance for those working with vulnerable populations and trauma informed care
TTA Point of Contact: Phillip Thompson, NNOHA Executive Director / Candace Owen, NNOHA Education Director / email@example.com
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