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Dental Service for Homeless Adults

A 'walk-in' service for homeless adults, 16 years and over, in Birmingham.


Dental Service for Homeless Adults in Birmingham

This service runs on a weekly basis, every Thursday (1.30 pm - 4.00 pm) at:


3rd Floor Dental Clinic
Attwood Green Health Centre
30 Bath Row
B15 1LZ


Telephone: 0121 466 6880


The dental clinic runs weekly as a 'walk-in' service for homeless adults, 16 years and over, in Birmingham. Patients are invited to sit and wait for dental care on a first come, first served basis until we are at full capacity that session. Referrals and booked appointments are  no longer required.


The  Dental Service for Homeless Adults in Birmingham Referral Form  is useful for patients to share information with the dental team and help us to plan best care together. This form should be completed by patient, or carer, and brought along to the walk-in clinic on the day.


On arrival, patients will be asked to provide details about their medical conditions and medication. NHS dental charges apply and patients will need to complete and sign a Patient Declaration form regarding their status in relation to NHS dental charges.


Details regarding NHS dental charges and information about accessing dental care for people with low income and the exemptions which may apply can be found in our  Access for People with low income  guidance.


Occasionally, due to planned or unforeseen circumstances, the walk-in dental service for homeless adults may be closed. We will endeavour to communicate out any changes to the service as soon as possible.


We are working with local homeless organisations in Birmingham to signpost towards our walk-in service; please direct anyone you may feel would benefit from the information on this page. Should you be interested in learning more about oral health promotion and dental services for homeless adults, please contact us. Further information can be accessed on the BCHC Dental Services pages.

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