Community Dental - Portland Dental Center - Portland Low Cost Clinic
190 Park Ave
Portland ME, 04102
Contact Phone:(207) 874-1028
Clinic Details:Community Dental Portland moved from its Brighton Avenue location to a new, state-of-the-art facility at 190 Park Avenue in October 2016, expanding from eight operatories to twelve, including a surgical suite. The Portland Center partners with Maine Medical Center and Headstart to provide dental services and a dental home to adults and children identified as needing dental services. We provide care for patients living in local group homes and participate in the Cumberland County Denture Project. The United Way of Greater Portland allocates funds to provide limited reduced fee care to adults and children.
Details: Greater Portland Health is a remarkable medical practice committed to offering everyone in our communities high-quality, affordable and respectful care. Established in 2008 as the Portland Community Health Center, we now serve more than 10,000 people from our four offices in Portland and one in South Portland. We provide a greater range of care than many practices, including primary medical, behavioral health and oral health. And we partner with the region’s finest specialists to care for your whole self, for your whole life. We welcome everyone, no matter what type of insurance you may have - private, Medicare, MaineCare, or none. For those without insurance, we offer a sliding-scale fee based on income. We are a nonprofit corporation governed by a patient-majority Board of Directors.
Details: Youth at the Teen Center include young teens who have been forced to leave home because of physical or sexual abuse and young adults struggling with substance abuse and/or mental illness. In addition to being without family or community support networks, many have educational deficits or learning disabilities, are at high risk for pregnancy, HIV/AIDS and sexually transmitted infections, and frequently interact with the criminal justice systems. Most do not have the option of returning home, often have experienced multiple foster care placements, and have been unable to succeed in transitional housing or residential treatment programs. Many have been primarily responsible for their own care for years, struggling to survive, often in dangerous and self-destructive ways.
Details: CarePartners builds upon a long tradition of doctors and hospitals in Maine providing care for patients regardless of health care coverage or ability to pay. CarePartners helps people get primary care and specialty care with supportive services, such as case management and low cost medicines.