Services for Eligible Families

Look to this section of our site for health and dental services available to eligible families.

Bridging Brighter Smiles

Bridging Brighter Smiles is a non-profit organization formed in January of 2012. Their vision is to create a community where every child is given the opportunity to receive preventative oral care. Bridging Brighter Smiles increases access to preventative oral hygiene care by bringing portable dental equipment right into schools. We offer families peace of mind as we accept the Forward Card (BadgerCare) and no child is ever turned away due to a lack of financial resources. Bridging Brighter Smiles is a program that offers preventative oral hygiene services right at school for students Pre-K through 12 th grade. Visits are held throughout the school year. Bridging Brighter Smiles serves the community by providing quality school-based oral hygiene services and education.

Team Brushing Badgers Provides:

  • Oral Screenings
  • Cleanings
  • Fluoride Varnish
  • Dental Sealants (prevents cavities)
  • Dental Health Education
  • Referral Assistance

To enroll in the program please click on this link for the  Enrollment Form  to complete a simple one page Enrollment Form. Copies of the form arealso available in every school office. Forms may be returned to any school office, scanned and emailed to, or faxed to 262-347- 4449. Visit us on the web at Questions? Call 262-896- 9891

BSP Free Clinic

The BSP Free Clinic, located in Middleton, WI, is dedicated to providing free quality specialty healthcare services to the uninsured and medically underserved in our community. Patients are referred to the BSP Free Clinic by healthcare providers from all over South Central Wisconsin. Lack of access to primary care is only the first of many problems faced by the medically underserved. In the long run, lack of preventative and primary care can lead to more serious health complications requiring specialty care - something that is often beyond the reach of the uninsured. Founded in 2001 as The Benevolent Specialists Project (BSP), the BSP Free Clinic has served the community for over 10 years. Since opening its doors, the clinic has provided specialty care to more than 10,000 patients. For more information visit their website, BSP Free Clinic or review the document below. 

BSP Free Clinic Newsletter

Columbia County Health & Human Services Economic Support Program

The Columbia County Economic Support Program assists county residents with Medical Assistance, BadgerCare, Food Share and Child Care Programs. Economic Support may also help children who live with SSI-disabled parents or with a caretaker relative by supplementing the family income in some situations. To talk with DHHS staff about these and other Economic Support services, call 608-742-9227. Or visit the Columbia County Department of Health and Human Services home page for further information on the programs that may be able to assist families in need. 

Wisconsin Oral Health Coalition

Children’s Health Alliance of Wisconsin manages the Wisconsin Oral Health Coalition (WOHC) – a dedicated group of over 130 individuals, organizations and agencies addressing dental access issues and working to improve oral health for children and families statewide. The WOHC holds an annual Oral Health Forum where pressing issues and new topics are brought to the forefront for participation. To see how this agency can assist with your family's dental needs, visit their site: Wisconsin Oral Health Coalition.

Free Dental Services to Eligible Families

St. Vincent de Paul Dental Clinic in Prairie du Sac will see children and adults that are uninsured, underinsured and on Medicare, Medicaid and Badger Care. Services offered:  Dental Exams, X-Rays, Cleanings and Fluoride Treatments, Fillings, Extractions, Sealants and some Root Canals. Federal Poverty Guidelines are used to determine eligibility for the St. Vincent de Paul Dental Program. For more information, click on the brochure below. 

St. Vincent De Paul Dental Clinic Services

Free Medical Services

St. Vincent de Paul offers free services from several doctors and nurses to see adults, infants and children. Some specialty care is available including pediatrics, internal medicine, chiropractic and physical therapy. No OB care or sexually transmitted disease testing. Click on the document to learn more about all of the medical services offered for free.

St. Vincent de Paul Free Medical Services
  • School District of Poynette
  • 108 N Cleveland Street, Poynette, WI 53955
  • Phone: 608-635-4347 | Fax: 608-635-9200
  • Email