The Lucy Corr Village Dental Clinic held a ceremonial ribbon cutting, officially opening the newly renovated clinic, on Friday, Nov. 2. The Lucy Corr Dental Clinic is housed in Lucy Corr Village at 6800 Lucy Corr Blvd. and consists of two examination/treatment rooms, a laboratory, office space and a conference room.
In 2012, the Lucy Corr Foundation launched a capital campaign to fund the renovations and purchase of new state-of-the-art equipment. Major supporters of the modernization include The Mary Morton Parsons Foundation, Chesterfield County Board of Supervisors Annabella R. Jenkins Foundation, The Community Foundation, serving Richmond and Central Virginia, The John Randolph Foundation, South Richmond Rotary, Richmond Memorial Health Foundation, J.A. Heisler Construction Company and the VCU School of Dentistry.
It is a free dental clinic and provides dental care at no cost to Lucy Corr Village residents and at-risk seniors in the community who are in need of financial assistance to receive dental care. The Clinic is staffed by volunteer dentists from the community, as well as dentists and hygienists from the VCU School of Dentistry.
The Lucy Corr Foundation is committed to supporting Lucy Corr Village in its efforts to enrich the lives of elderly residents. Lucy Corr Village provides more than $2 million a year in benevolent care to its residents.