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Health/Mobile Clinic- Four times a year we bring medical services directly to the community where we serve, and children in need with Mobile Medical Clinics. Child Survival activities are implemented to teach parents how to effectively protect their children from disease by complying to immunization schedules, and making sure they have sanitary conditions in which to live with clean and portable water.
Dr. Joel A. Charles our Mobile Clinic Coordinator head for “Medecin Haitien Volontaires” MEDHAVOL and foreign volunteer doctors lead these traveling clinics once a year. They are staffed with health professionals and volunteers in some of the most inaccessible section of Haiti.

How can you help?

At Risk Children’s mission is to help bring an end to extreme poverty, by providing educational opportunities
that prepare underserved children to thrive for success and beyond.

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The Board

The vitality of the At-Risk Children Foundation depends upon strong and committed board members. Members on the directorships are people who will uphold the standards of ARCF-Save the Kids, and keep the organization strong and viable in the midst of changing times and new challenges.
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Marlene Mathurin

Executive director & co-Founder
Marlene Mathurin Executive Director co-founder of ARCF is the Chief Catalyst with twenty four years experience working in humanitarian assistance…

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Dr. Joel S. Charles, MD-MPA

Health Mobile Clinic Coordinator
Doctor Charles has many years experience in Public Health and Development in the Caribbean, Africa and the United States. Extensive…

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Rev. Pastor Sean Mulcahy

Vice-Chairman
Rev Sean Mulcahy was ordained a Roman Catholic priest at All Hallows Seminary in Ireland. He came immediately to the Archdiocese of Miami in the United States. He served…

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Community Updates

follow some of the updates from Jacmel, Custine and Port-au-Prince,
community and the changes in their lives.

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