Goshen clinic receives dental care grant

Maple City Health Care Center in Goshen is shown Thursday, Aug. 10, 2017. The clinic received a renewal of a $2 million grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration.

GOSHEN — A Goshen clinic will be able to give dental care to more than 140 patients with a grant from the charitable arm of a regional dental company.

Maple City Health Care Center announced Thursday that it received $3,000 from the Delta Dental Foundation, which will cover preventative and restorative dental care for at least 140 people. The center serves patients who live on incomes below the poverty level and who are unable to obtain health insurance at its clinic at 213 Middlebury St. and at Vista Community Health Center at 808 N. 3rd St.

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