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How Can I Help?
Get Involved with Northern Arizona Oral Health Coalition A New Dawn AZ’s Dental Scholarship/ Adopt-a-Smile Program invites you to donate directly to dental treatment plans for community members. Please specify if you are contributing to a specific person’s treatment plan. We're an AZ Charitable Tax Credit Organization!​​

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Our mission is to improve the public's oral and general wellness, with a focus on vulnerable populations through community partnerships. You can get involved by signing up for our contact list. Our quarterly meeting includes announcing relevant upcoming events, connecting with each other’s work, and creating action plans around integrating oral health into traditional and non-traditional health and wellness settings.​

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Other Ways To Help
Take a Quick Survey
Help us address issues that are important to you!

Coconino County Health and Human Services is conducting a survey to get your opinion about community health issues in Coconino County. The results of this survey along with other collected information will be used to identify the most pressing concerns which can be addressed through community action. Your feedback and opinions are greatly appreciated. Please take the time to fill out a survey here (available in English or Spanish).


Advocacy and Legislation
Learn more about health and dental advocacy & legislation.

Keep up with Health and Dental related advocacy and AZ state legislation with the:

AZ Public Health Association (​​http://www.azpha.org)
AND
AZ State Oral Health Coalition (https://azohc.org/)

​​​ Make your voice heard by emailing or calling your AZ State Representatives. Find them here.
OR ​​
Create a Request to Speak Account in order to weigh in on important legislation - Click here.


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