Volunteers

HHI Responds to Hurricane Harvey & Irma

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HHI has been treating hurricane victims in Texas since Harvey hit the coast. Our medical teams are currently working in the Houston area, operating free clinics which provide the health safety net for thousands of hurricane victims. Advance teams are in Florida treating patients and assessing the Florida Keys. Our medical teams are spreading out to help those affected by Irma in Flordia, Haiti and other Caribbean nations. HHI will stay as long as we are needed.

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Healthcare & History in the Heartland

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Recently, Heart to Heart traveled to the edge of the Great Plains with the University of Kansas Medical Center to operate a health fair during the annual Emancipation Celebration in the historic town of Nicodemus, Kansas. The whole town of Nicodemus is one of those quintessential American tales of hardship and hard work, westward expansion, newly-found freedom and finding a place to call one's own and holding onto it.

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Health in the Heartland

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The launch will start off with a series of dental and medical clinics beginning with a Dental Health Day at on Thursday, September 15th 9 AM – 5 PM at Lighthouse Church in Dexter, Missouri. This event will be followed by a week of Hometown Health Days in nine communities: East Prairie, Wyatt, Charleston, Lilbourn, Morehouse, Holcomb, Wardell and Hayti from September 16-24th. This effort mobilizes local and out-off-state volunteer doctors, medical providers and community service agencies to work together to operate medical clinics in these nine locations in Mississippi, New Madrid, Dunklin and Pemiscot counties.

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Mapping Relief in the Philippines

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For more than a month Heart to Heart International (HHI) has provided aid to the people of the Philippines in the wake of Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda).  First with an HHI Advance Team, and then with two dozen medical volunteers – doctors and nurses – who have come from across the USA, and have worked as... 

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