Healing Horses "one Child At A Time" Inc.
Rating: 5 stars 25 reviews
Location: 28821 Bennington Drive Wesley Chapel 33544 USA
Results: We have succeeded in helping many special needs and at risk children. We continue to rescue, rehab, retrain and rehome horses as funds and room are available. As of 2015, we have rehomed 30 horses to new homes and have 8 in sanctuary, 3 up for adoption, 2 in training and one under medical care. We have continued to reach out to our community to help high risk youth find a path to success, as well as help special needs children and their families over come obstacles in their path, to success.
Target demographics: abused and neglected equine, special needs and at risk children
Direct beneficiaries per year: 15 horses and 45 children
Programs: Youth volunteers on weekends. High risk youth volunteers Interaction and equine therapy for special needs and at risk youth at no charge
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I was introduced to this wonderful place by my neighbor Nancy Elkins. She and I go out there to help Bev in any way that we can. I have only been involved for a few months, but during that time I have seen many miraculous things happen. Whether it be a horse coming in that was abused in some way and then see the progression of the love and kindness to transform that animal into a trusting loving creature is beyond words. To see a child with a learning or physical challenge, become at one with such an animal is truly the most beautiful thing you'll ever see. Besides these things, it brings me personally to a new place in my own mind and heart that is better than any place I've ever been in my life.
Bravo Bev, may God keep you here for a long, long time to continue your unselfish care of those who need you.
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