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.
We rotate groups of nursing students and professionals year round for up to 14 days at a time. Since Hurricane Maria made landfall in September of 2017, OHFC has guided more than 200 U.S. volunteers to the island.
As a nurse volunteer, you will join local leaders, volunteers, and other local nonprofits to impact communities across the island.
We believe that a vacation should bring value to both the tourist and the community visited. A Fritz Vacation is a private, authentic, and exciting vacation package for friends and families that gives back to the community.
100% of revenue goes to One Human Family Coalition
Our list of U.S. medical volunteers are prepared to travel to Puerto Rico in times of need. Our extensive experience, work, and relationships in Puerto Rico allows OHFC to respond efficiently and effectively anytime Puerto Rico experiences a disaster.
Join our USPR Disaster Relief Medical Team