Rhode Island Mission of Mercy free dental clinic returns for first time in 2 years

THE RHODE ISLAND Mission of Mercy free dental clinic returned this year, serving over 450 Rhode Islanders over the Sept. 24-25 weekend. From left: Dr. Jeffrey Dodge, founder, Mission of Mercy; Marcia Braganca, clinical chair, Mission of Mercy; Joseph E. Perroni, CEO and president, Delta Dental of Rhode Island; Merrill Thomas, CEO and president, Providence Community Health Centers; Matthew Blackey, director of dental services, Providence Community Health Centers. / COURTESY CHRIS RAIA
PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Mission of Mercy dental clinic returned for the first since 2019 this year, providing over 450 Rhode Islanders in need with more than $273,000 in free oral health services. The two-day clinic, which took place Sept. 24-25 at the Providence Community Health Centers’ dental clinic, was organized by the Rhode…

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