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NNOHA is the largest group of safety-net oral health practitioners in the country, and our members all share a commitment to increasing access to quality oral health care for underserved populations. NNOHA is committed to providing the highest quality resources and support designed to meet the unique needs of our members and their programs.

Thursday, May 2, 2024

*This opportunity is limited to HRSA health center grantees and Look-Alikes in the state of Washington.*

NNOHA is recruiting health centers to participate in a pilot Breakthrough Series Learning Collaborative on Delivering Culturally Appropriate Care (DCAC) funded through Arcora Foundation. The pilot will bring together participants from five (5) Federally Qualified Health Centers in Washington state from July 2024 to January 2025. Participating teams will learn and apply the Model for Improvement to adopt and implement the lessons of Arcora Foundation’s Delivering Culturally Appropriate Care in the Dental Office curriculum.

This Learning Collaborative is an excellent opportunity for eligible health centers to:

  • Apply trauma-informed motivational interviewing to increase patient/team member communication, patient/team member satisfaction, and the delivery of culturally appropriate care.

  • Learn strategies to support patients in achieving self-management goals by incorporating culturally appropriate care.

  • Understand how racism contributes to poor health outcomes and creates barriers to access oral healthcare.

  • Address contributors (including individual-level and organizational-level) to inequitable access to and quality of oral health services.

  • Apply quality improvement tools and learn from other health centers.

Online applications are due May 31, 2024. Please contact with questions.

Apply for the Delivering Culturally Appropriate Care Learning Collaborative

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