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  1. Horses of Hope Oregon

    The former Adaptive Riding Institute has been re-named Horses of Hope, to show the welcoming spirit that resonates within our stable, and our community of clients, volunteers, staff, board of directors, donors, and sponsors.  We wish to give credit where it is due – to our incredible...

  2. A glimpse at the future of animal-assisted interventions: Selected commentaries

    Contributor(s):: Turner, Dennis C., Rowan, Andrew N., Herzog, Harold, McCune, Sandra, Kruger, Katherine A., Griffin, James A., Esposito, Layla, Freund, Lisa S., Bures, Regina, Hurley, Karyl J., Gee, Nancy R., Fine, Aubrey H.

  3. Love, laughter, and lessons: What a canine brought to a classroom for students with severe emotional disorders

    Contributor(s):: Anderson, Katherine L.

  4. Gina Hansen

    https://habricentral.org/members/2628

  5. New Horizon Ranch

    New Horizon Ranch, Inc. is a therapeutic horseback riding center located in Rantoul, Kansas and currently offering Hippotherapy, Therapeutic Riding, Equine Assisted Learning, Equine Assisted Psychotherapy, and Summer Day Camp programs to individuals of all...

  6. Endless Ribbon Foundation, Inc.

    Endless Ribbon Foundation, Inc.  is a 501c3 N0N-profit charitable organization dedicated to furthering equine therapy programs and circling out to other non-profit organization to maximize social entrepreneurship, land conservation, equine sanctuary needs, and much more. 

  7. Rehabilitation, Education, Assessment Center for Hippotherapy (REACH)

    Our mission is to provide high quality assessment and rehabilitation programmes using the horse to provide a treatment strategy for adults and children with physical, mental, social and learning disabilities and as such allow more people to benefit from Hippotherapy and associated services.

  8. Heads Up Special Riders

    We provide a therapeutic horseback riding program and equine-oriented activities for children and adults. We help our students achieve not only physical strength, but also gain self assurance, the ability to learn new skills, increased willingness to communicate and an overall better quality of...

  9. The Red Barn

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    Located on the banks of the Little Cahaba River, The Red Barn is a 501(c)3 organization that offers children and adults the opportunity to work with and learn to ride horses. The Red Barn can easily accommodate those with physical, cognitive, or emotional disabilities. We welcome individuals,...

  10. H.O.R.S.E.S. Inc

    H.O.R.S.E.S., Inc. (Helping Others Reach Success using Equine Services), is a PATH, Intl. Equine Assisted Therapy Center. We are a non-profit 501(c) 3 organization that is run on grants, donations and with the assistance of volunteers. We have several programs to...

  11. Maryland Therapeutic Riding

    Founded in 1996, Maryland Therapeutic Riding (MTR) seeks to improve quality of life and conquer physical, developmental, and emotional health challenges through human and horse interaction.

  12. Equi-Kids

    Equi-Kids provides, promotes and supports equine assisted activities for individuals who have mental, physical, emotional, social or learning disabling conditions

  13. Healing with the Human-Animal Bond: An Interview with Kate Nicoll

    21 Apr 2014 | Posted by Angel Tobey

    With over 20 years of clinical experience, Kate Nicoll is more than familiar working with individuals coping with trauma, grief, or illness. Nicoll, founder of Soul Friends: Animal-Assisted...

    https://habricentral.org/members/2186/blog/2014/04/healing-with-the-human-animal-bond-an-interview-with-kate-nicoll

  14. Main Stay Therapeutic Riding

    Main Stay first opened its' doors to students with special needs in 1984. Life long horsewoman Sara Foszcz joined forces with physical therapist Sandy Barcus and the journey began. For the first several years it co-existed with an able-bodied boarding and training facility owned and operated...

  15. Cloud Dancers Therapeutic Horsemanship Program, Inc.

    Cloud Dancers is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that provides equine-assisted experiences for individuals who are mentally, physically, emotionally or socially challenged.

  16. Exceptional Equestrians

    Exceptional Equestrians began in 1999 with just one dedicated therapist, a single horse and a few children riding outdoors as weather permitted. We have grown into an independent non-profit organization that provides comprehensive year-round equine-assisted services to more than 100 clients of...

  17. Equine Alliance

    Equine Alliance provides clients with equine assisted therapy.

  18. Soul Friends

    Soul Friends, Inc is a nonprofit established in 2003 with a mission to provide innovativeclinical and educational programs that promote the healing benefits of the human animalbond and nature therapy for at-risk children. In the last five years, Soul Friends hasserved over 5,500 children...

  19. Healing Hooves Inc.

    At Healing Hooves Inc. the goal is to enhance the lives of people of all ages, who are emotionally, developmentally, physically or psychologically challenged, through the use of equine facilitated psychotherapy.

  20. Dream Catcher of Los Angeles

    Dream Catcher of Los Angeles Therapeutic Riding Centers is a Certified PATH Center member offering Equine Assisted Activities and Therapies.The mission of Dream Catcher of Los Angeles Therapeutic Riding Centers is to improve the lives of children, adults, and veterans with cognitive, physical,...