Mobile Dental Clinics


If you are homeless or have a low income, you can come to our dental clinics (currently in Portsmouth and Exeter). Services include relief of pain or infection, screenings, hygiene (cleaning), fillings and extractions. Don’t let circumstances prevent you from getting the dental care you need!

What does it cost?

If you have insurance coverage for dental care we’ll accept it. If you don’t have insurance, services will be low-cost, depending on your income and health situation.

Where and When to Get Care

Our different clinics offer different services – for example, some have a dentist and some have a hygienist. Some require an appointment and some don’t. Some are only for people who are homeless or in unstable housing.

Cross Roads House 

600 Lafayette Road, Portsmouth
Thursdays, beginning at 8:30 a.m. (first-come, first-served)

  • Our health care team will help patients who have dental emergencies get treatment at Families First Dental Center.
  • For adults in an unstable, temporary housing situation or homeless

St. Vincent de Paul Society (hygienist)

53 Lincoln Street, Exeter
Thursdays, by appointment only

  • For anyone who has used Families First dental services. Call Families First at 603-422-8208 (press 4) to make an appointment.

St. Vincent de Paul Society (dentist)

53 Lincoln Street, Exeter
Fridays, beginning at 9:30 a.m. (Please call 603-422-8208 (press 4) to check if the clinic is being held.)

  • For adults who have low incomes and live in New Hampshire or Maine.