Our dinner guests and students receive direct social service assistance and hundreds of people are seen by health professionals in our clinic each year.
Health & Supportive Services
Hear from Dr. Bob Leonetti about CK’s Project Smiles dental clinic.
Case Manager, Denise King distributes backpacks filled with school supplies donated by the Camden Rotary Club to children who have come to dinner.
Our Case Manager provides assistance with referrals for utility bills, childcare and other services needed by our guests and students. Additional services are provided through partnerships with other organizations.
On-site general health care screenings are provided in partnership with Project H.O.P.E.
Project Smiles Dental Clinic
Volunteer Dentist, Dr. John Martin, and CK Registered Dental Assistant, Toni Gabri-El, examine one of the hundreds of patients who are seen in our clinic each year.
Project Smiles Dental Clinic opened its doors in March of 2010, providing free preventative and restorative dental care, plus, oral healthcare education to those without dental insurance who live in Camden, Gloucester City and Pennsauken. Treatment includes: dental examinations, X-rays, cleanings, composite restorations, extractions and root canals. Crowns and partial dentures are also provided for a minimal fee.
Open two days per week (Wednesday and Friday), Project Smiles is staffed by volunteer dentists, plus our CK staff members: dental receptionist, registered dental assistant, and a dental hygienist.
Patients are seen by appointment; call 856-964-6771 to speak with our bilingual dental receptionist on Wednesday and Friday, after 9am, to schedule an appointment.
NOTE: Medical and dental professionals wishing to partner with CK in our healthcare suite, should call 856-964-6771.
UMDNJ School of Nursing students providing health screenings to our dinner guests.
CK partners with health professionals and healthcare organizations to provide health screenings, such as blood pressure, HIV, diabetes, etc. in our clinic.