One Human Family Coalition, OHFC, was born out of the wake of Hurricane Maria. Our organization was first responsible for refurbishing an abandoned hospital to serve as a Free Healthcare Clinic for disaster relief. On October 13, 2017, this medical facility opened its doors for the first time in nearly a decade in order to provide free primary care services and prescription medications to those struggling to recover from the effects of Hurricane Maria. The Free Clinic operated from October 2017 until June 2018 serving more than 2,000 patients and distributing more than 250,000 lbs of donated supplies.
Our mission is very simple: to provide immediate medical assistance and to develop and implement sustainable and long-term solutions for the issues that many face in Puerto Rico. We are here to help those who are not able to help themselves by way of action, education, and empowerment and we do so by coordinating the incredible talents of our amazing volunteers. "All we are is simply how we treat each other"
The OHFC Voluntourism Program provides medical care and support to small communities in need. Every trip has a sponsor which allows us to distribute necessary medical supplies. As a volunteer, you will use your talents in small, underserved communities to make a difference in the lives of the beautiful people of Puerto Rico, all while experiencing the magic of the island in a very unique way. OHFC began coordinating volunteer groups to Puerto Rico in February of 2018 and has since guided more than 130 volunteers to the island.