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Our events change lives in a positive way, and we want you to be involved! We've compiled images, videos, and testimonials to prove just how impacted people are by our events.

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Jennifer
Thank you, thank you, thank you. Recently I attended the TMOM event in Houston to get my son a dental check-up. I was pleasantly surprised to find out that I could receive services as well. The entire experience was an overwhelming blessing. The event was well organized and planned out and the services were excellent. God bless Texas Missions of Mercy. I will be looking for an opportunity to volunteer if you all come back to Houston. Again, thank you.



Vickie
I don't know what I and many others would have done with the care that's being offered, my hubby *passed Dec., 2012* and I received care from your org., couldn't afford dental, so all of you were our only option. And I've registered for the next coming event for the So. MD area with the Dept., of Health, will be calling them to make sure I'm still on the list. You all are real life-savers!



Michelle
I just had the best experience ever at Pennsylvania's MOM-n-Pa event in Philadelphia May 31 and June 1st. As a dental volunteer I got to see how much the patients treated needed help. I actually felt that I made a difference in the lives of so many people just by giving 2 days out of my life. Patients had tears in their eyes as they thanked me everytime I did something for them. I will certainly be returning next year and suggest that any dental professional should gift themselves with this heart-warming experience!



Kathy
I went to the AZMOM December 2012. It was a great experience. My daughter and I got dental care we could not afford otherwise. Thank You , Kathy and Kera Norris.



Melissa
I went to the COMOM Greeley event Oct 4th 2013. I was scared and I felt ashamed. After camping out in the truck for a few hours I came to a waiting area with other people in my same shoes. Started swapping stories and befriending the people in front and behind me I felt at ease. Some of these people had been at past events and could give an idea of what to expect. My fellow comrades were very nice too. Once we got in, ever single volunteer was so nice, sweet and kind. They were very happy and proud to be there to help us with FREE services. I almost died 7 years ago while pregnant from not being able to afford dental services. I was on that road again, minus the pregnant part. I felt more comfortable there with strangers all around me in my same situation. Everyone was so Nice I cannot stress that enough. When you was done with one station, you waited a small moment for another chair to open up at another station. Again chit chatting with my fellow comrades, fat lip and numbed to all and laughing with relief. Not one person was judged. And I got help. I didn't have insurance and knew the work I needed would have costed at least 2k if I had insurance. It would have been 3-4k without. They saved my life and I bet they didn't even realize it. I am so grateful for the help and the kindness along the way. And I did cry while I was there, but tears of joy. I was glad I came. Thank you everyone for what you did for me and others. You made me feel so much better about myself. And I would like to also add that I got the best Dental service of my life. Even when I had insurance and went when I had it. This service was the best.


America's Dentists Care Foundation Missions of Mercy
9110 E. 35th St. N
Wichita, KS 67226

America's Dentists Care Foundation does not provide free dental care. If you are in need and there is not a MOM planned in your area, please contact your state dental association for any outreach clinics that may be in your area. Visit the Find an Event page to find a MOM near you!


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