Health Services for Community Living is a community based program to assist adults with developmental disabilities and their caregivers who need support with oral health concerns.


Dental Health Services for Community Living Info Sheet

Learn more about the program.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is a referral required?

Yes, please contact your local Community Dental Hygienist for referral process.
View locations for dental services 

Are there eligibility restrictions?

Yes, refer to CLBC website for eligibility requirements.

What does a HSCL Dental Hygienist do?

Program services include:

  • Oral health screening
  • Oral health service plans for caregivers
  • Oral health education for caregiver groups and clients


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