Our vision as a organisation is simple, and can be summarised with our three core beliefs:

1.
Educate the next generation and those who need it on proper oral hygiene.
2.
Provide dental care for those in our community who need it most.
3.
Support organisations whose work ties in with our goals.

The Town Hall Foundation is the community arm of Town Hall Dental and is our way of giving back to others who have supported us through our journey.

Helping people in need has always been a big part of our mission at Town Hall Dental, and we are delighted to be able to support great local causes, as well as run our own projects, through our foundation. As Town Hall Dental continues to grow, our community work will grow alongside it, and we’re excited to keep you updated with everything we do now and in the future.

The foundation was created with the aim of supporting at risk individuals, as well as promoting the benefits of oral healthcare but for young children as well as adults. On the ‘About Us’ section you will find out more information about our mission, as well as how we carry out our work and who with.

Our vision as a Foundation is simple, and can be summarised with our three core beliefs

  • Educate the next generation and those who need it on proper oral hygiene
  • Provide dental care for those in our community who need it most
  • Support organisations whose work ties in with our goals

Educate the next generation and those who need it on oral hygiene

Provide dental care for those in our community who need it most

Support organisations whose work ties in with our goals

The Town Hall Foundation is the charitable arm of Town Hall Dental, focused on the mission of providing oral healthcare treatments and oral health education for those who need it the most.

Our oral healthcare is predominantly focused on the homeless, ex-homeless and isolated, and provides these treatments to build confidence of those impacted by homelessness and the accompanying issues to help get them back in to work. Confidence and mental wellbeing are a huge roadblock when it comes to people seeking work, and poor dental hygiene is one of the greatest issues affecting these groups. By providing these treatments, we dramatically increase the confidence of the clients we work with and increase their ability to find employment.

The patients that we treat often have multi-disciplinary dental needs, requiring advanced dental care. As many of these patients come from at risk backgrounds, such as abused women or long term homeless, we provide them with a mental health wellbeing practitioner and our team of care coordinators to assist them at every step of their treatment.

Our Oral health education focuses on early age children in schools, as well as developmentally disabled individuals, ranging from children to adults, and is a preventative measure to encourage proper oral hygiene from an early age, preventing the need for expensive treatments as they reach adulthood, lessening the financial strain on the NHS.

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