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Healing the Children Northeast, Inc.


PO Box 129
219 Kent Road
New Milford, CT 6776 USA





Email Address

[email protected]


The Healing The Children Northeast, Inc., (HTCNE) is an international, voluntary organization dedicated to providing medical and surgical treatment to children from impoverished backgrounds. Established in 1985 and currently consisting of approximately 2,000 members and 14 chapters, HTCNE assembles volunteer teams of medical and surgical health professionals to travel to host countries where children and young adults are treated free of charge. HTCNE's "Medical Missions Abroad" program serves over 3,000 children annually and provides over three million dollars in donated services. Healing The Children Northeast is committed to expanding the Medical Missions Abroad program to meet the increasing needs of children worldwide. HTCNE provides referrals to appropriate healthcare agencies, maintains a database, and offers a variety of materials including brochures, pamphlets, booklets, reports, Spanish language materials, videos, and a quarterly newsletter entitled "Healing."

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