Portsmouth MOM Project

2018 Portsmouth Mission of Mercy

April 28, 2017

Atlantic Dental Care, a group of 114 Hampton Roads dentists, is proud to work with the Virginia Dental Association, VDA Foundation, VCU School of Dentistry, the Virginia Health Care Foundation and a host of other sponsors to bring its third MOM Project to Hampton Roads. The project will be a one day initiative offering medical and dental triage, x-rays, cleanings, fillings, extractions, and limited additional procedures. We look forward to working with our colleagues around the state to help improve oral health within the Commonwealth.

Contact Information

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Patient Information

In 2018, the Portsmouth Mission of Mercy Project will be held Saturday, April 28 at the I.C. Norcom HS (1801 London Blvd., Portsmouth, VA 23704). Adults will be seen for free dental care on a first-come first-served basis. Please come prepared to wait in long lines. Clinic hours are 7am-5pm on Saturday, April 28th.


Virginia Dental Association

VCU School of Dentistry and Dental Hygiene

Virginia Dental Association Foundation


Atlantic Dental Care

Virginia Health Care Foundation

Tidewater Dental Society

Access Partnership

and other partners across the Commonwealth

Volunteer Information

Volunteer registration is currently open. Help is needed in all areas. Your support is greatly appreciated!

Hotel Information for out of town volunteers:

Comfort Suites Suffolk-Chesapeake
5409 Plummer Blvd.
Suffolk, VA 23435
Ask for the "VDAF MOM Project" rate of $69/night (plus tax).

Renaissance in Portsmouth
425 Water St.
Portsmouth, Va. 23704
Ask for VDAF MOM Project rate of $95/night (plus tax).

Wish to make a donation?
Make check payable to "VDA Foundation" and note "MOM Project" on the memo line. Mail donations to:
VDA Foundation
Attn: MOM
3460 Mayland Court, Suite 300
Richmond, VA 23233
Thank you!!

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