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OUR MISSION IS TO IMPROVE ORAL HEALTH, ESPECIALLY OF VULNERABLE POPULATIONS, THROUGH INNOVATION, RESEARCH, EDUCATION AND ADVOCACY


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CENTER FOR ORAL HEALTH CONTACT INFORMATION

HEADQUARTERS MAILING ADDRESS 309 East Second Street Pomona, CA 91766-1854 HEADQUARTERS OFFICE LOCATION 100 W 2nd Street Chase Building, 2nd Floor Pomona, CA 91766-1854 SACRAMENTO OFFICE LOCATION 9521 Folsom Boulevard Suite R 1 A Sacramento, CA 95827 FLORIDA OFFICE LOCATION 9309 N Florida Avenue Suite 111 Tampa, FL 33612


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OUTLINE WHO WE ARE WHAT WE DO SIGNIFICANT ACTIVITIES INNOVATION/EDUCATION ADVOCACY/ RESEARCH STRATEGIC PLAN APPROACHING MILESTONES FISCAL REPORTING LEADERSHIP PARTNERS/COLLABORATORS/SUPPORTERS

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WHO WE ARE Our Vision has remained unchanged since our founding in 1985:

O R A L H E A LT H F O R A L L OUR CULTURE: SUSTAINABLE HUMANISM

MISSION: OUR MISSION IS TO IMPROVE ORAL HEALTH, ESPECIALLY OF VULNERABLE POPULATIONS, THROUGH INNOVATION, RESEARCH, EDUCATION AND ADVOCACY

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HISTORY Center for Oral Health (COH) was founded in 1985 as The Dental Health Foundation. The organization was envisioned by the late Dr. John Green, former Assistant Surgeon General of the United States and Dean of the University of California San Francisco (UCSF), School of Dentistry; Dr. Robert (Bob) Isman, former Dental Director of California; Dr. Ernest (Ernie) Newburn, an internationally recognized expert on fluoridation, an expert consultant to the FDA, the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research and the American Dental Association (ADA), a distinguish cariologist and published author; and Dr. Joel Boriskin, an avid community water fluoridation advocate who successfully lead the campaign to fluoridate the East Bay Municipal Utility District. These four extraordinary men provided the foundation to what the Center for Oral Health has become. Initial funding to launch the organization was provided by a grant from Knight Ridder. After its inception, COH soon became the leading oral health organization in California. It provided leadership in advocacy, education, and public policy. It led the efforts to increase community water fluoridation, which increased from 15.7% to 63.7%; resulting in nearly 25 million Californians receiving fluoridated water, CDC 2014. In 1993, the organization completed the state of California’s first Oral Health Assessment documenting the status of children in California, a study which was repeated in 2005 and published under the title of “Mommy it Hurts to Chew” . COH also promoted dental disease prevention through community-based interventions, encouraged the integration of oral health and primary health care, and improved access to care for under-served populations by pioneering oral health interventions at WIC sites and public schools. In 2012, COH launched a comprehensive school-based dental care model, considered a best practice. For its first 25 years, the Center for Oral Health was located in the San Francisco Bay Area. In 2012, COH relocated its headquarters to Southern California as a result of an affiliation agreement with Western University of Health Sciences. This milestone collaboration has provided a unique opportunity to support common goals between the two entities; by bringing together expertise in education, advancing care and research, and providing unparalleled opportunities for oral health care innovation and access to care. This partnership has strengthened COH’s presence statewide and has allowed the organization to efficiently respond to the needs of vulnerable populations. As COH’s efforts in the state of California are expanding, the organization has been asked to bring innovative oral health solutions nation-wide. In 2017, COH opened its first Integrated Delivery Model (IDM) Dental Clinic in Tampa, Florida, where it is expected to serve a major population which previously had limited access to dental care.

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WHAT WE DO REASEARCH INNOVATION

ADVOCACY

EDUCATION

I N N OVAT I O N The Center for Oral Health is focused on the development of innovative, cost effective and equitable community-based solutions to improve access to oral health care and reduce disparities in access to health. Through innovation, Center for Oral Health has become a leader in oral health care delivery outside of traditional delivery models. For example, our Early Smiles Program provides care where the need is, changing the Access to Care paradigm. And our Big Bear Clinic provides care, in part through a Virtual Dental Home model (VDH), bringing dental care resources to rural communities through Registered Dental Hygienists (RDHs), Dentists, and Technology. RESEARCH The Center for Oral Health continues to play a key role in the development of public health surveillance methods in documenting the oral health status, especially with traditionally underserved communities. Our approach to documenting oral health status has been based on Needs Assessment methodologies. COH Oral Health Needs Assessments, 1993-1996 and 2005-2006, were part of the impetus to advance community water fluoridation and improve school-based preventive services in California. More recently, an ongoing work to document the oral healthcare needs among older adults has helped initiate discussions to include dental in Medicare benefits, which Medicare has excluded since its inception. 6 | C O H A N N U A L R E P O R T 2 017

E D U C AT I O N Advancing knowledge about oral health with the purpose of improving health outcomes requires the engagement of a broad spectrum of health professions. Center for Oral Health provides various platforms for dissemination of knowledge and provides educational opportunities for health professionals through an annual symposium, healthcare inter-professional education seminars and web-based seminars. A DVO CACY Recognized as a thought leader in the field of public oral health and an independent voice that represent the public’s best interests, COH serves as a trusted source of scientific knowledge for oral health policies. Policy makers, public health officials, foundations, regulators, and dental plan administrators have acknowledged the work of COH. The organization is a key source for current thinking as well as research data on oral health statistics, access to care solutions, and upstream preventive services. COH is a respected source for evidence-based recommendations in public policy and institutional policies.


M E SS AG E F RO M T H E EXECU T IV E D IRE CTO R It is an honor to serve as the Executive Director of the Center for Oral Health, and to continue the legacy of the founders of The Dental Health Foundation, now The Center for Oral Health. It is a privilege to work with an intelligent, dedicated, and compassionate team of professionals that give the best of themselves to give access to oral health for all. Access to dental care remains an excruciating challenge for millions across the globe. The Center for Oral Health is challenged each year with serving better and serving more individuals in more communities. It is a difficult challenge for organizations that, like ours depend on the generosity of private foundations, the trust of our governmental institutions, and the confidence of our business partners to support our work through donations, grants, and contracts. We meet this challenge with great pride in our mission and continue to strengthen our work by building a stronger infrastructure, one that enables our team to do their work better. In Fiscal Year 2016-2017 we met this challenge by implementing a new Early Smiles program in Sacramento. This new initiative brought preventive dental care to nearly 10,000 school-aged children. We also opened a new dental clinic in Big Bear, a rural community where thousands of Medicaid recipients can now see a dentist. We also laid the ground for the opening of new dental clinics in Central Florida. On the research and public policy front we continued our work to assess the oral health status of California’s older adult population. We also continued to call attention to the inequality that exists in our healthcare system by working with communities of color, participating as a content expert in oral health forums statewide. Many thanks to our partners that support our work, to those who spread the voice about our work, to those who advocate on our behalf, to those who provide direct and indirect service to our clients, and to our esteemed Board of Directors, who give their time and expertise. You all are part of our success. Looking ahead, we will continue to build a stronger Center for Oral Health, to expand our reach by executing the COH 2020 Strategic Plan approved by the Board of Directors, and by being accountable to the values we uphold. I ask that you support our work by contributing with capital to expand what we do, and with ideas to improve how we do.

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SIGNIFICANT FUNDERS PA RT N E R S H I P H I G H L I G H T: L I B E RT Y D E N TA L LIBERTY Dental Plan (LDP) is a Dental Insurance administrator that is committed to ensuring that their members receive necessary preventative and diagnostic treatments on a routine basis, averting costly and damaging episodic treatment. Additionally, LDP reaches out to its members to provide them with valuable Oral Hygiene instruction and Case Management when necessary to promote a lifetime of exceptional oral health. The commonalities between the LIBERTY’s Oral Health Philosophy and COH Mission allows for a seamless collaboration between both parties, which ultimately allows for a greater reach towards oral health for all. Founded and led by Dr. Amir Neshat, LIBERTY has expanded to over 3 million members across the US and is known for its innovative enhanced quality, improved outcomes and a better member experience. I N N O VAT I O N F O R F U T U R E G E N E R AT I O N S LIBERTY Dental Plan, along with Access Dental and Health Net, have partnered with Center for Oral Health to design and implement Early Smiles Sacramento (ESS), which brings greater accountability to Denti-Cal, leverages Denti-Cal funds to create a sustainable program, and improves access to care, while keeping children in their classrooms. NEW HORIZONS The newest collaboration between COH and LIBERTY will bring COH’s first out of state dental clinic to Tampa, Florida. Our work in Florida is inspired by the promise of achieving “health equity”, the highest level of oral health care for all. This partnership promises to eliminate healthcare disparities within the Tampa community

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INNOVATION/EDUCATION S C H O O L B A S E D C O M P R E H E N S I V E O R A L H E A LT H C E N T E R S Initially funded by a grant from The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), in 2012 COH developed a model to promote the integration of comprehensive oral health care into an existing School Based Health Center (SBHC), focused primarily on early childhood and elementary/middle-school aged children. The program currently operates in two locations within the Los Angeles Unified School District: Murchison Street Elementary School and Evergreen Avenue Elementary School. Combined, the two schools have approximately 2,000 students.

OUR IMPACT ACADEMIC YEAR 2016 - 2017

301 SERVED/TREATED VIA CLINICS

212

172

513

ORAL HEALTH SCREENINGS

DENTAL SEALANTS

ORAL HEALTH EDUCATION

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INNOVATION/EDUCATION E A R LY S M I L E S - F I R S T 5 S A N B E R N A R D I N O Early Smiles, funded by First 5 San Bernardino, provides oral health preventative services and resources to pregnant women and children ages 0-5. These services include oral health screenings, oral health education, and navigation assistance to ensure no child is left without a dental home. By offering these essential services to vulnerable families and children, the program aims to prevent early childhood tooth decay and create a lifetime of healthy habits. During 2016-2017, Early Smiles served families at partner sites across San Bernardino County. Preventive screening services were provided by registered dental hygienists using a caries risk assessment and included oral hygiene instruction and fluoride varnish application. Children received oral health screenings in their classrooms in partnership with San Bernardino County Head Start Program, Fontana Unified School District, OntarioMontclair School District, San Bernardino County State Preschool Program, Easterseals and Early Learning Centers. Early Smiles improved collaboration between medical and dental providers by integrating oral health into primary care settings such as SAC Health System, Unicare Community Health Center, St. Mary’s Community Health Center, Central Neighborhood Health Foundation, Dignity Health, WIC, family resource centers such as Rancho Cucamonga Family Resource Center, Hearts & Lives, and The Mom & Dad Project.

OUR IMPACT ON CHILDREN & PREGNANT WOMEN

7,600

DENTAL SCREENINGS

6,000

FLUORIDE VARNISH APPLICATIONS

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PARENTS PROVIDED WITH ORAL HEALTH EDUCATION

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NAVIGATED TO A DENTAL HOME


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INNOVATION/EDUCATION E A R LY S M I L E S - S A C R A M E N T O In 2016, Center for Oral Health established the Early Smiles Sacramento Program with the support of Liberty Dental Plan, HealthNet and Access to serve underserved children in Sacramento County. The services consist of an oral health examination-looking for visible decay (cavities) and any abnormalities, oral hygiene instruction, and topical application of fluoride. The Early Smiles Team is committed to helping students seek dental treatment by providing navigation services to their dental plans, along with translation, and transportation services to and from appointments as needed. In addition, we have partnered with Sacramento Covered and Sacramento District Dental Society to help find services for the uninsured and privately insured.

OUR IMPACT FAC I L I TAT E D, P ROV I D E D, CO N D U C T E D, PA RT I C PAT E D & R E AC H E D:

Memorandums of Understanding with six school districts in Sacramento County1

Dental screenings & Fluoride applications2

Screenings in 55 schools

More than 50 community events

Over 10,000 clients

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INNOVATION/EDUCATION B I G B E A R - R U R A L H E A LT H C L I N I C Access to care is a well-documented challenge in many communities, especially in rural areas. Moreover, it is nationally recognized that within the U.S. health care system, there are rapidly increasing costs and disparities in access to oral care and that is particularly more prevalent in rural areas. In 2016, COH signed an affiliation agreement with the Bear Valley Community Healthcare District, to open a new Dental Rural Health Clinic. The clinic exclusively serves Big Bear’s Medi-Cal population. This strategy fits with COH’s goals to improve access to care, improve the oral health needs of the most vulnerable populations, and reduce the cost of health care. What makes this project special is the introduction of a new and unique way to improve access to oral health care. We are endorsing the Virtual Dental Home model (VDH), created by the Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry and lead by Dr. Paul Glassman. This initiative is led by COH’s Dental Director, Dr. Stephen C. Noble, DDS.

OUR IMPACT JANUARY 2017 TO JUNE 2017

“Great Service”

ANONYMOUS JUNE 2017

“I had a wonderful experience and felt I was important to the Doctor and not just another patient” ANONYMOUS MAY 2017 ENCOUNTERS

1339

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INTERIM THERAPEUTIC RESTORATIONS (ITR)

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ADVOCACY/ RESEARCH O R A L H E A LT H N E E D S A S S E S S M E N T F O R V U L N E R A B L E O L D E R A D U LT S I N C A L I F O R N I A By 2030, 1 in 5 Californians will be 65 years old or older and increasingly diverse in terms of race/ ethnicity, financial resources, and living conditions. In contrast to the growing awareness in children’s oral health needs, the oral health needs of older adults have received relatively little attention. To serve this rapidly growing yet often neglected population, the Center for Oral Health, with support from the California Wellness Foundation (Cal Wellness) and the Archstone Foundation is developing the first documentation of the oral health care needs of older adults in California. The assessments are projected to be completed in September 2017, with a comprehensive report published in February, 2018. The report will present findings of the screenings, and programmatic and policy recommendations for future action driven towards older adults’ oral health in California.

INITIAL FINDINGS 38% 17% 22% 17% 14% 54%

OF THOSE SURVEYED HAD NO NATURAL TEETH (EDENTULOUS) OF THE EDENTULOUS PARTICIPANTS, REPORTED HAVING NO UPPER DENTURE HAD NO LOWER DENTURE HAD NEITHER UPPER OR LOWER DENTURE HAD POSTERIOR CONTACTS ON BOTH SIDES OF THE MOUTH HAD NO POSTERIOR CONTACTS AT ALL

OVERALL

42% 37% 8% 54% 32% 14%

HAD UNTREATED DECAY HAD ROOT FRAGMENTS (TEETH BROKEN AT THE GUM LINE) HAD TEETH THAT WERE OBVIOUSLY MOBILE HAD NO OBVIOUS NEED FOR DENTAL CARE WERE IN NEED OF EARLY DENTAL CARE WERE IN NEED OF URGENT DENTAL CARE BECAUSE OF PAIN OR INFECTION 13 | C O H A N N U A L R E P O R T 2 017


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ADVOCACY/RESEARCH D E N TA L T R A N S F O R M AT I O N I N I T I AT I V E ( DT I ) The Dental Transformation Initiative with support from the Department of Health Care Services is implementing a Virtual Dental Home model (VDH) as part of the Local Dental Pilot Project – Inland Empire (LDPP-IE). LDPP-IE is focused on incorporating and coordinating innovative oral health interventions by creating an integrated system of care involving community health centers, early care and education centers, schools, and home visitors. COH, in partnership with the Oral Health Coalition of the Inland Empire (OHAC-IE), will serve as a convening organization for the implementation of the Dental Transformation Initiative. OHAC-IE will function as the platform to align efforts, share resources, and lessons learned among LDPP-IE participating agencies. COH will work closely with OHAC-IE to ensure coordinated efforts, harness collective impact, and foster system change needed to ensure oral health equity in the Inland Empire.

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ADVOCACY/ RESEARCH O R A L H E A LT H A C T I O N C O A L I T I O N - I N L A N D E M P I R E ( O H A C - I E ) OHAC-IE is a non-partisan coalition of oral health advocates dedicated to improving the oral health of vulnerable populations in the Inland Empire region. The coalition convenes health care providers, institutions and advocates for peer-to-peer learning and to leverage resources to collectively impact oral health programs and policies in the region. Preliminary findings from the OHAC-IE Data Report show that the Inland Empire region has a shortage of dental providers; with one Denti-Cal provider for every 1,244 Denti-Cal eligible residents. Only 19.3% of all 0-3-year-old Denti-Cal beneficiaries in the region received a preventive dental visit. Furthermore, nearly 50% of parents with 0-3-year-old children thought that their child was not old enough for a dental visit. The San Bernardino-Riverside-Ontario region also has one of the highest rates (45.1%) of tooth loss among older adults and the rate of total edentulism - complete tooth loss is 11.4%, which is higher than the state average of 9%. In June 2017, Dr. Susan Fisher-Owens led a webinar for OHAC-IE members on the importance of oral health in pediatric age and incorporating the use of oral health screening into the primary care practice. This webinar was attended by approximately 30 attendees that included dental providers, primary care providers, and healthcare administrators. Since February 2016, Harder+Company has been conducting a developmental evaluation that supports ongoing learning and coalition development. According to stakeholder interviews and reflective sessions, OHAC-IE is a valuable space not only for sharing information and learning about relevant work in the region, but also for bringing together a diverse cross-section of oral health stakeholders with shared missions.

STAKEHOLDER QUOTE “The mission of the coalition to mobilize and to organize the local resources – and especially with a focus to help the underserved, underinsured population – really meets [our] mission.” STAKEHOLDER INTERVIEW PARTICIPANT

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SIGNIFICANT ACTIVITIES COH PROMISING LEADERSHIP AWARD The Center for Oral Health values new ideas that foster public-private partnerships, bolster the work of the nonprofit and social enterprise sectors, and guarantee sustainable solutions to improve oral health for the most vulnerable members of our communities, or countries, and our world. Improving health systems, and envisioning new solutions requires nurturing new leaders. Talented leaders that re-energize the oral health movement, and lead the charge through new thinking and innovative solutions that ensure access to care and a caries-free world for generations to come. The Center for Oral Health is honored to partner with The Global Child Dental Fund (GCDFund) to offer a distinguished award to a qualified oral health leader. The award includes participation in the prestigious Senior Dental Leadership Fellowship at King’s College London. This award offers a unique opportunity to young professionals from various disciplines (public health, dentistry, social work, public policy etc.) with a demonstrated interest in addressing health disparities and oral health care. This is an opportunity for young healthcare professionals to learn from and exchange ideas with some of the most influential figures in the formulation of international oral health policy.

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STRATEGIC PLAN CENTER FOR ORAL HEALTH STRATEGIC PLAN 2013-2016

Goal 1: Create Innovative Cost-effective, Patient-Centered Oral Health Care Solutions

COH Mission:

Goal 3: Collaborate with Major Stakeholders as their Trusted Source of Oral Health Expertise

To Improve Oral Health, especially of vulnerable populations, through Innovation, Research, Education & Advocacy

Goal 2: Engage the wider healthcare community to increase their oral health knowledge to achieve opptimum health outcomes

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APPROACHING MILESTONES COH 2020 – NEW STRATEGIC PLAN A new Strategic Plan to guide the Center for Oral Health’s work over the next five years was approved by the Board of Directors in May 2017. This plan reflects the thoughtful contributions from members of Center for Oral Health staff and directors, and sets forth three strategic goals: 1. Strengthen Financial Stability 2. Build a High-Performance Organization 3. Deliver Responsive Programs and Services Together, these goals form the vision for how The Center for Oral Health will contribute to improving oral health outcomes for all, to meet the needs of our constituents, strengthen our healthcare system, and ultimately gather the necessary resources to sustain our mission; to improve oral health, especially for vulnerable populations, through innovation, research, education and advocacy.

CENTER FOR ORAL HEALTH STRATEGIC PLAN 2017-2020

SAFETY-NEY CLINICS

CMS - 416, H.E.D.I.S. INTERGRATED DELIVERY SYSTEM

PUBLIC SERVICE PROVIDER MODEL

CLINIC DATA FLORIDA CLINICS

TRIPLE AIM

PROGRAM DATA

BEAR VALLEY CHD

COMMUNITY-BASED SERVICES

PERFORMANCE METRICS

LOS ANGELES USD

COMMUNITY INPUT

EARLY SMILES

FINANCIAL SUSTAINABILITY

SHARED MEASURMENT

STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP

2020 2017 SUPERIOR ORG. CAPCITY

STAFF DEVELOPMENT

ECONOMIC ANALYSIS

PUBLIC POLICY RESEARCH & EVALUATION

PUBLICATIONS/PAPERS HEALTH SYSTEMS RESEARCH

HIGH MISSION IMPACT

PUBLIC DATA - ECONONMIC AND SURVEY

IN-HOUSE DATA COLLECTION

PROGRAM EVALUATION INTERNAL/PUBLIC REPORTS DATA AND SURVEILLANCE

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HEALTH EQUITY

DATASHARING AGREEMENTS

EVIDENCE -BASED HEALTH POLICIES


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APPROACHING MILESTONES SENIOR SMILES SURVEY The Oral Health Assessment of California’s Older Adult Population will be released in the winter of 2017/2018. This has been an ongoing project for the last two years. COH team surveyed skilled nursing facilities and congregated meal sites throughout the state. The goal of this project is to document the oral health care needs of the older adult population.

INTEGRATED DELIVERY MODEL In fall 2017, COH opened a state-of-the-art oral health care center in Central Florida. This is the first of many COH general dentistry and multi-specialty clinics in the State of Florida. To fulfill its mission, COH will provide services to Medicaid beneficiaries with the goal of 85% of its clients being children under the age of 18. With the help of generous partners like Liberty Dental Plan, Henry Schein, and the DentaQuest Foundation, COH plans to open six dental health clinics, in the State of Florida, through 2018. The clinics will provide quality, timely care in general dentistry, pediatric dentistry, oral surgery, and endodontic services, as well as IV sedation dentistry, for adults and children with disabilities. By providing comprehensive and specialized services under one roof, it will allow COH to efficiently respond to the needs of local communities and its underserved populations.

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FISCAL REPORTING C E N T E R F O R O R A L H E A LT H RECAP FOR ANNUAL REPORT

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GRANT SALES CONTRIBUTIONS INTEREST INCOME OTHER INCOME TOTAL INCOME

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EXPENSES

PROGRAM SERVICES MANAGEMENT & GENERAL TOTAL EXPENSES

ASSETS LIABILITIES NET ASSETS

EXPENSES

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LEADERSHIP BOARD OF DIRECTORS Jack Dillenberg, DDS, MPH Board Chairperson Dean, A.T. Still University Arizona School of Dentistry & Oral Health Mesa, AZ Ariane Terlet, DDS Board Secretary Chief Dental Officer La Clinรca de La Raza Oakland, CA Louise Aryapour Treasurer Director, Business Operations SRI International Santa Clara, CA Joseph Colaneri, Ph.D Partner AJW Inc. Arlington, VA Amir Neshat, DDS President & CEO Liberty Dental Plan Irvine, CA

Kevin Scott President & CEO SK Polymers Manhattan Beach, CA Kathleen Titus Regional Manager Henry Schein, Inc. Melville, NY Barbara Vartanian Director Pacific Dental Services Foundation Irvine, CA Bernard S. Weintraub, REHS, MPH Retired Member of California Senior Legislature Los Angeles, CA Conrado E. Bรกrzaga, MD Executive Director Center for Oral Health Pomona, CA

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LEADERSHIP S TA F F Conrado E. Bรกrzaga, MD Executive Director

Jennifer Henry Registered Dental Hygienist

Tiffany Turner, MBA, MPH Director of Operations

Michelle Rossell Registered Dental Hygienist

Sahiti Bhaskara, MPH, BDS Director of Public Policy Research

Deysi Millan Dental Assistant

Rachel Cavalli, RDH, BSDH Senior Program Manager

MaryTeresa Prendiville, DDS Dentist

Lizbeth Bayardo, MPH Program Director

Jennifer Naoom, DMD Pediatric Dentist

Jared Fine, DDS Community Dental Ambassador

Maria Gabby Cordovez Dental Office Manager

Leslie Espinola Regional Manager, Florida

Eric Vaihinger Registered Dental Hygienist

Andrea Sequeira Office Manager

Jessica Arevalo Expanded Duties Dental Assistant

Laura Perez Registered Dental Hygienist

Haira Chicas Expanded Functions Dental Assistant

Jennifer Nowotney Registered Dental Hygienist

Ricardo Deville Dental Assistant

Roxana Mendoza Registered Dental Hygienist

Abby Chicas Receptionist

Laura Gallardo Data/Outreach Specialist

Yadvir Kaur Registered Dental Hygienist

Brittany Nguyen Data/Outreach Specialist

Vanessa Montano Registered Dental Hygienist

Mira Yang Registered Dental Hygienist

Stephen Noble, DDS Dentist

Kathleen Ford Registered Dental Hygienist

Rana Skaf, DDS Dentist

Jennifer Jackson Data/Outreach Specialist

Kimberly Avea-Oviedo Registered Dental Assistant

Robert Velasquez Dental Administrative Assistant

Deziree Salce Registered Dental Hygienist

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LEADERSHIP PARTNERS & CO L L A B O R ATO R S

SUPPORTERS

Alameda County Association of State and Territorial Dental Directors (ASTDD) California Department of Public Health California Primary Care Association Children Now The Children’s Partnership Community Clinic Association of San Bernardino County Los Angeles Uified School District Oral Health Access Council SAC Health Systems University of the Pacific Arther A. Dugoni School of Dentistry Western University of Health Sciences College of Dental Medicine Women Infants and Children (WIC) Bear Valley Community Healthcare District Sacramento City School District San Juan Unified School District Gateway Community Charters Twin Rivers Community School District Elk Grove Unified School District Fontana Unified School District Ontario-Montclair Unified School District TurningWest, Inc Liberty Dental Plan DentaQuest Argus Dental Plan Children’s Medical Services Delta Dental

The California Wellness Foundation Archstone Foundation DentaQuest Foundation Delta Dental of California Kaiser Permanente Altamed Health Corporation County of Alameda County of San Bernardino County of Riverside Orange County First 5 San Bernardino First 5 Riverside Henry Schein, Inc. Oral Health America

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CENTER FOR ORAL HEALTH CONTACT INFORMATION

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Annual Report - 2017  

See COH's updates, current workings, and upcoming projects.

Annual Report - 2017  

See COH's updates, current workings, and upcoming projects.

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