Concordance President & COO, Michelle Smith, Featured in PBS Article

Concordance President & COO, Michelle Smith was recently featured in an article for PBS NewsHour, covering untreated dental issues and dental care in the context of mass incarceration.

Michelle speaks to the impact that the cycle of reincarceration has on the larger community and what that can mean in the context of physical health for justice-involved individuals.

Read How Poor Dental Care in Prison Makes Reentry Harder for Formerly Incarcerated People here.

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