Come hug a donkey, groom a horse, give a pig a tummy rub, cuddle a lamb, jump with a goat, hold a bunny, look for eggs, go fishing, sit under a tree, let your kid be a kid!

We've seen the ​​headlines, heard the stories or understand from our own experience. We know,  as a nation, that our service members and  their families face unique challenges and traumas that can lead to sometimes tragic consequences

It’s not easy raising children nowadays with gangs, drugs, crime, violence and war, parents find it more and more necessary to micro manage every aspect of their child’s life. Compared to those of us that remember coming home from school, changing clothes and spending the rest of the afternoon outdoors unsupervised climbing trees,  skipping rocks and catching frogs. So many kids today do not get to do that anymore.
We feel it is imperative that we teach our children kindness, compassion and empathy for all living beings. Spending time out playing with animals, learning about nature, breathing fresh air and getting dirty will give a child a different outlook on life and bring them closer to tolerance and acceptance of all different beings. Most of all it gives them the opportunity to just be children!

We love our Warrior Heros!

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We work with children from the inner-city, group homes, mental health care facilities, foster homes, and schools to teach them that even though we are all different on the outside, on the inside we are all the same and are deserving of the same rights, respects and freedom. We can’t do this work without you and are grateful for your support.

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A Place for Healing

Treating the effects of trauma is never easy. And in military culture, the challenge is even greater. The reality is that traditional psychotherapy can be stigmatizing and feel like “just a lot of talk” among people who value doing and action.  

​Service members are hands-on. They trust their experience and the people they serve with. In order to engage them in their own healing process, the solutions offered need to understand who they are, respect their culture and meet them squarely on their own terms.
Clinical evidence and generations of human experience show that horses have a special ability to help people work through emotional barriers without shame or stigma. This is especially true and valuable for people who suffer the effects of trauma.
In equine assisted psychotherapy, horses serve as metaphors and powerful stand-ins for the people, issues and challenges in the client’s life – or the lives of the couple, family or military unit. A highly-trained mental health professional puts the horses’ unique sensitivities to work – their special capacity to read and respond to peoples’ non-verbal signals and cues – leading to powerful emotional breakthroughs and life-changing insights