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Healing Hands For Haiti

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Welcome to Healing Hands for Haiti

We are a secular, non-profit, non-governmental organization (NGO) dedicated to delivering quality, sustainable physical medicine and rehabilitation education, training  and care for adults and children with physical disabilities in Haiti. We believe the best way to serve the people of Haiti is to empower them to help themselves.

With the support of our donors, partners, volunteers and Haitian-led professional staff, we operate two outpatient facilities in Port-au-Prince: our Kay Kapab Klinik offers physical therapy, clinical services and training; and our partnership with Handicap International at Physical Rehabilitation Center fabricates and fits prosthetics and orthotics. Complete information available in our annual reports.


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To Build Lasting Resources It Takes Lasting Commitment

Healing Hands for Haiti has worked with the disabled since 1998 and in that time have provided essential health care resources to Port au Prince. In addition to physical therapy and clinical services Healing Hands provides training and education programs in the fabricating and fitting of prosthetics and orthotics.

Watch our new video to learn more...


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Photo: Eric Tavares

Our Redevelopment Partners 


Strong support from Handicap International continues at the Physical Rehabilitation Center (PRC) located near the National Palace area of downtown Port au Prince.  Originating from a 2009 small collaboration to assist 10 Haitian people with prosthetic limbs and quickly expanded after the January 2010 earthquake, this partnership has solidified into a long term commitment to help disabled, injured and vulnerable; while training current and future generations of caregivers.  


Our Patients Stories


Sebastien is an adorable 6-year old who first came to Kay Kapab Klinik in September of 2012.  According to his father, he didn't walk much and fell down often when he tried to walk.  At school, when the other kids were playing, he sat on a bench.  After receiving physical therapy at HHH, he has shown marked improvement.



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The results are in! Find out how many patients HHH has treated this year so far....


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Producer/Director Averill Kronick has launched a Creole language video for HHH!

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