Ontario Oral Health Alliance (OOHA)
The Ontario Oral Health Alliance (OOHA) got started in January 2007 by a group of community dental coalitions who wanted to show policy makers that improving access to dental care was a goal shared by many people across Ontario. OOHA is driven and informed by organizations and enaged individuals from around the province.
OOHA's vision is: a system that allows for equitable dental care for all Ontarians
Ontario Election 2022 - Time to Fill the Gap in Dental Care
Every year an estimated 3 million people in Ontario do not visit a dental office because they cannot afford it. This health problem has become worse during the COVID19 pandemic as people have lost jobs and health benefits. Ask candidates: what steps will their party take to fill the gap in access to dental care?
2021 Federal Election
1 in every 5 Canadians cannot get dental care because of the cost. Canada’s fight against the pandemic has exposed the weaknesses in our universal healthcare system.