Cape CARES sends volunteer teams to its clinics — located in remote, mountainous areas of Honduras — to provide free medical and dental care to people who have no access to care. Because we return to our clinics 3 times per year, we are able to offer follow-up care to the men, women, and children we treated on previous visits.

We provide skills, supplies, and the educational training necessary to achieve a higher level of health and well-being for the villagers. With the ongoing enhancement of our services, we are able to implement preventive health care programs.

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We’re excited to tell you about two new clinics where Cape CARES volunteers will work in 2014. In May, a team will travel to Opatoro, located in southwestern Honduras to provide care to the residents of the 17 surrounding aldeas. This will be Cape CARES 2nd trip to this area.

In June, we’ll send our first team to Bertin Umanzor, a clinic established by the Agrolibano Foundation. Currently, there is only one nurse providing care to the more than 3,000 residents in this area. We need volunteers for both trips. Be sure to read about these two new sites on the Our Sites  page.