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Causes: Animal-Related, Animals, Children & Youth, Crime & Law, Health, Health Care, Youth Violence Prevention

Mission: The mission of Envision Therapeutic Horsemanship, Inc. is to engage a partnership between horses and humans to benefit, empower and facilitate positive change in the lives of individuals and their families. Envision accomplishes this by providing mounted activities, equine-assisted coaching, as well as sibling and parent/caregiver support programs, educational classes on topics beneficial to clients, and a referral network of traditional and holistic professionals that work together to achieve positive change for the individual.

Results: Since January of 2014, Envision has delivered 581 client service hours. We have served 49 individual and family clients.

Target demographics: We help people with emotional, behavioral and social needs through the medium of the horse. Some of those people also have physical and/or cognitive disabilities. the activities are groundwork or mounted, or a combination of both. Our focus is on life skills, rather than disabilities.

Direct beneficiaries per year: Since January of 2014, Envision has delivered 581 client service hours. We have served 49 individual and family clients. Our goal in 2016 is to double the number of clients we serve.

Geographic areas served: Phoenix

Programs: Equine Facilitated Learning, Therapeutic Riding, Family Support, Youth Development Programs, Group Home and Specialty School Visiting Miniature Horses

Community Stories

2 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters


Rating: 5

Envision is a wonderful place where adults and children can escape from the stresses of their daily lives and get back in touch with who they really are. I have watched communication between family members improve through the use of therapeutic riding and team building activities. I have seen children with disabilities come out of their shells and engage with both the horses and the staff. I feel incredibly blessed to be able to volunteer with such an incredible organization that truly makes a difference in the lives of so many people. I know Envision Therapeutic Horsemanship has a bright future, as staff members and volunteers work tirelessly to expand the reach of this program, while still providing individualized care to every client.

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Rating: 5

As a volunteer I have been with envision for seven years now. But I was also a client of envision for two years. Due to the trauma I had experience, I started getting involved with the wrong group of people in eighth grade. I went into high school as a confused, angry and very insecure teenage girl. As if high school wasn't hard enough without adding anything in. I am became reclusive and later on suicidal.

I can honestly say without a doubt, I would not be here if the wonderful people at envision and the horses hadn't intervened in my life. I did equine assited life coaching for majority of my therapy. For those who have any doubts that horses can make this big of a impact, I'm telling you they can and they do.

I am very proud to be apart of what envision is doing and able to call them my family. I witness lives being changed everytime I work with clients, smiles that are priceless.