This list of dental resources includes programs with sliding fee scales and those that take Medicaid

Access to Baby and Child Dentistry (ABCD)

ABCD is a dental program for children, from birth to age 6, who have Apple Health for Kids (ProviderOne/DSHS). ABCD connects kids with a dental home and focuses on early dental care and prevention. Kids enrolled in ABCD receive dental exams, fluoride varnish and family oral health education and other dental care, as needed. Dentists who participate in ABCD are specially trained to work with young children.

To enroll in ABCD or get help finding a dentist for your children please contact an Access Counselor at (360) 788-6594 or at waha@hinet.org.

Whatcom Project Access Dental (WPAD)

WPAD links volunteer dentists to low income, uninsured Whatcom County residents who currently have a restorative dental need. A donating dentist can provide care for one most important restorative dental need, such as fillings. The program is not able to help with preventive (such as cleanings) or urgent care. For these services, please click on the adult dental care resource list above. WPAD has an application process and requires a program fee of $10-$30. For more information about how to enroll in WPAD please contact an Access Counselor at 360-788-6594 or at waha@hinet.org.

WPAD is a partnership between the Mount Baker District Dental Society and WAHA. WPAD receives funding from the Washington Dental Service Foundation.

Whatcom County Oral Health Coalition

Complete up-to-date information about dental resources in Whatcom County.