Our Partners

Our Partners

The Community Rehab Project is so grateful to our partners in the US and in Haiti.    We work to together  in the US and in Haiti to improve the lives of people with disability.  Together we expand the impact of our work.   Our partners work with us by leveraging their expertise and funds to empower persons with disabilities to create long lasting change.

The Community Rehab Project works closely with these organizations  providing healthcare and outreach programs.

Project Medishare

Project Medishare for Haiti is the only trauma and critical care hospital in Haiti with intensive care units for adults, children and premature babies.  The hospital has a spinal cord injury unit, a prosthetic and orthotics lab, outpatient rehabilitation, wound and orthopedics clinics.  They use a “train the trainers” approach to build capacity and empower Haitians to create and sustain their own healthcare system by investing in the training, education and employment of local medical professionals.

D’ Youville College

D’ Youville College is a family of thinkers and doers working together for the greater good.  D’Youville is an MSCHE-accredited, independent Catholic college located in Buffalo, New York with a student body of about 3,000 students. Founded by the Grey Nuns in 1908, D’Youville offers undergraduate, graduate and professional degree programs in allied health professions, education, business and liberal arts.  We have partnered with D’Youville College with the philosophy of “Think globally, but act locally”.

Learn more about our DYC Partnership here!

Haiti Rehab Project | D’Youville

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Each year, Haitian healthcare workers visit D’Youville and learn from students under the supervision of the faculty. This interprofessional, cross-departmental …
www.dyc.edu › D’Youville College News
Oct 3, 2017  The banquet will serve as a fundraiser for the Haiti Rehab Project and help promote the Haiti 500 sponsorship program.
www.dyc.edu › D’Youville College News
Feb 11, 2015  This agency and program are being supported by the Grey Nuns of the Sacred Heart and D’Youville College’s Hunger Initiative. Decorating dates:.
www.dyc.edu › D’Youville College News
Apr 4, 2017  Ginger Oliver, founder of the Haiti Rehab Project, will hold a forum at D’Youville College on Wednesday, April 12 to educate the Western New …
www.dyc.edu › D’Youville College News
Sep 12, 2018  Fortilus manages a rehabilitation clinic in Haiti and serves as co-captain of Team Zaryen, a soccer team made up of individuals who have .


Christopher Reeve Foundation

We are so grateful to the Christopher Reeve Foundation which helped support the care provided in our clinic for the neurologically impaired.  Having a disability in such a poor nation is extremely difficult and the additional cost for medical care puts a tremendous hardship on individuals and families.  The assistance provided has eased the burden for our patients.  Read more about our grant here.  Please read more about how the Christopher Reeve Foundation assists others at   www.christopherreeve.org

Disability Rights Fund

 The Disability Rights Fund believes that a strong movement — extending from local to national to global levels — is the cornerstone for rights to be recognized and achieved for all persons with disabilities.  Recognizing the potential impact of a global human rights framework on the largest minority group in the world, the Disability Rights Fund was conceptualized as a response to the window of opportunity opened by the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD).  We partner with Team Zaryen and the Disability Rights Foundation to impact the lives of others with disability through empowering Team Zaryen to make a difference in Haiti.  Please read more about the Disability Rights Fund here.

Partner with us and make a difference!

To inquire about partnership, contact Executive Director, Ginger Oliver, PT, DPT at ginger.oliver@communityrehabproject.com.


Want to join us in helping those with disability locally, nationally and globally?

BE THE CHANGE! Learn more here.