The Eaton Oral Health Coalition is a local public health department in south-central Michigan covering Barry and Eaton Counties. The health department is focused on incorporating policy change, environmental strategies, and community planning and development.
The Genesee Health Plan is a community initiated, non-profit corporation, designed to provide well-managed, cost-efficient primary health care, prescription drug and specialty coverage to Genesee County’s uninsured, low-income adults.
The Northern Michigan Health Coalition is committed to coordinating outreach, education, screening, prevention, and treatment for all with a special focus on low-income residents in Northwest Michigan.
The Kent County Oral Health Coalition task force works in Perinatal/Early Childhood Health, Interprofessional Engagement with Primary Care Providers, Broad Community Messaging, provided Recommendations for the Dental Residency program in Kent County, and Senior Oral Health.
The Macomb County Oral Health Coalition works with dozens of other partner agencies to work collaboratively to ensure that all persons residing in Macomb County have access to quality, affordable, oral health services integrated into overall health.
The Muskegon County Oral Health Coalition is a community led coalition with partners in public and private sectors. The Coalition’s mission is to improve oral health in Muskegon County by promoting prevention, access to care, “patient centered” medical-dental homes, and education on oral health and overall health links in all stages of life.
The Wayne County Oral Health Coalition (WCOHC) is one of seven Coalitions that work collaboratively with the Michigan Oral Health Coalition(MOHC)WCOHC has 55 plus active members that present a wide variety of partners; Community-based, Faith-based, Educational, Health, and Social Organization.
Our mission is to educate and advocate for vulnerable and underserved populations to have equitable access to quality affordable oral health that improves overall health and social justice.
For more information, visit wchoc.org