How are Delta Dental companies responding to COVID-19?

Updated Aug 4, 2020

 

Delta Dental companies are working to support dentists, nonprofits, and health centers in their communities that have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, ensuring they are able to provide the necessary care to patients both now and in the long-term. These ongoing efforts to bolster continued access to care include committing more than $385 million to date to community and public health efforts that address health care disparities during the COVID-19 crisis. This page will continually be updated with the latest programs from Delta Dental companies that are providing meaningful and impactful support for America's oral and overall health.

Delta Dental advises its customers, providers, and others within our communities to adhere to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) guidelines to prevent the spread of the coronavirus and to follow its recommendations on good hygiene at home, in the workplace, and at school. Learn more.

 

Arcora Foundation 

Delta Dental of Alaska

Delta Dental of Arizona

Delta Dental of Arkansas

Delta Dental of California

Delta Dental of Colorado

Delta Dental Foundation (Michigan, Ohio and Indiana)

Delta Dental Foundation (North Carolina)

Delta Dental of Idaho

Delta Dental of Illinois Foundation

Delta Dental of Iowa

Delta Dental of Kentucky

Delta Dental of Massachusetts

Delta Dental of Michigan, Ohio and Indiana

Delta Dental of Minnesota

Delta Dental of Missouri/Delta Dental of South Carolina

Delta Dental of Nebraska

Delta Dental of New Jersey and Connecticut

Delta Dental of New Mexico

Delta Dental of Oklahoma

Delta Dental of Oregon

Delta Dental of Rhode Island

Delta Dental of South Dakota

Delta Dental of Tennessee

Delta Dental of Virginia

Delta Dental of Washington

Delta Dental of Wisconsin

Delta Dental of Wyoming

Hawaii Dental Service

Northeast Delta Dental