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"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever has."
—Margaret Mead

Volunteering at the RI Mission of Mercy project provides a sense of commitment and service with ourselves, our communities and our state. It is a soul satisfying experience because it comes from the goodness of your own heart, with no expectation of receiving anything in return. Your service at an RI MOM event also highlights the continued problem of access to care to the citizens, legislature, and leaders of Rhode Island.

RI MOM needs you! Learn about how you can help and what to expect as a community volunteer. Continue reading to learn more.

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Event Date:
2018 TBD

Registration Opens:
2018 TBD

Location:
2018 TBD

What to Expect:
RI MOM expects to treat up to 1000 patients at the 2 day clinic. The CCRI Dental Hygiene Clinic has approximately 25 dental chairs, lights and units, digital radiography and electronic dental records. In addition, several portable dental chairs and units will be available. The facility will be divided into the following areas:

    Medical Triage
    Radiology
    Restorative
    Hygiene
    Prosthetics
    Pharmacy  

    Dental Triage
    Local Anesthesia
    Oral Surgery
    Endodontics
    Pediatrics
    Patient Education

     

     

 


Is there training?
Yes. Community volunteers will be responsible to view the RI MOM web orientation video prior to the clinic. Volunteers will also receive training before the start of their shift from the RI MOM lead in their assigned area. (Orientation video will be on the website in May)

Volunteers under age 18:
Volunteers under age 18 will need the signature of a parent or guardian. Patients under 16 will generally not be assisting in the patient care clinical areas. For more details, please see our
FAQs.

Meals:
A volunteer lounge is available for breaks. Breakfast, lunch, snacks and beverages will be provided at no cost to our volunteers.

Personal Belongings:
Please note: There are no secure areas for your personal belongings. We suggest locking them in your car.

What to Wear:
All Volunteers will be given a RI MOM t-shirt and are encouraged to wear it during the clinic. Dress is casual – everything from scrubs to shorts – whatever is most comfortable for you. Supportive closed toe shoes are required!

 

 

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The RIMOM is two-day FREE dental clinic is the signature event of the Rhode Island Oral Health Foundation.
This clinic provides free dental care to the uninsured, underinsured and anyone who otherwise has difficulty
accessing dental care. Services are provided by licensed dental professional volunteers and include cleanings,
fluoride treatments, sealants, fillings, x-rays, tooth extractions, root canal treatment on front teeth only,
oral health instructions, small denture repairs, and a limited number of partial dentures to replace missing front teeth.

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