Children’s Dental Program

 

The BCHIP Children’s Dental Program is a countywide program that provides free or low-cost dental care for low-income, dentally uninsured children.

Bucks County Health Improvement PartnershipThe BCHIP Children’s Dental Program is a network of 13 community dentists who provide basic dental care for eligible, uninsured children through age 18. Services are provided in the dentists’ offices in Upper and Lower Bucks County or through the St. Luke’s Dental Van (at schools in the Quakertown School District).

Parents of children in need of dental services who live in the Central Bucks area should call the Ann Silverman Community Health Clinic at 215-345-2200.

For more information about the Children’s Dental Program, contact:

Chris Kuchar, Administrative Assistant
BCHIP Administrative Office
41 University Drive, Suite 106
​Newtown, PA 18940

Phone:  215-710-5484
Toll-free: 1-800-347-6803

E-mail: ckuchar@bchip.org