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Dental clinic awarded $20K grant for lower-income affected person treatment | Local Information

SUNBURY — The Susquehanna River Valley Dental Overall health Clinic in Sunbury been given a $20,000 grant from the Sunbury Area Neighborhood Foundation. 

The clinic will use this grant to aid reduced-profits uninsured and underinsured people of the Sunbury Location Local community Foundations. Dr. Phil Sosland, President of the SRVDHC Board, reported the cash would help reduced-income sufferers with dental care in the foundation’s assistance spot of Sunbury.

“The Sunbury Place Group Basis has been extremely supportive of the mission of the dental clinic ever since it was set up in 2009. The medical professionals and staff of the Susquehanna River Valley Dental Well being Clinic could not execute the great work they do without the need of the assistance of community-minded individuals and the generous foundations that arrive alongside it. We are really grateful to the Sunbury Space Local community Basis” said Sosland.

The Susquehanna River Valley Dental Health Clinic was started in 2009 by group-minded persons who acknowledged a will need. The clinic sees individuals on medical support and individuals who are very low profits and uninsured.

The Sunbury Location Neighborhood Basis (SACF) was established from the Sunbury Local community Hospital’s sale in 2005, as the Sunbury Region Overall health Foundation to continue on to offer for charitable health and fitness treatment demands in the Sunbury area. Right now the expanded mission of the SACF is serving to to satisfy a multitude of philanthropic desires for inhabitants of the Sunbury place. For additional details, visit www.csgiving.org.