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Riding lessons are available to the general public, as well as our clients, and assist in providing client lessons for little or no cost.

Riding Lessons
Visits to the Farm

Therapeutic sessions relieve stress, boost self-esteem, and provide strength to tackle new challenges. 

We also work with children who have behavioral issues as well as those with ASD.

Farm visits and birthday parties are a fun way to meet the animals and support our cause.

Therapeutic Sessions

Camp Karen 2018 is a camp that offers fun and purposeful healing through equine therapy for girls in their pre-teen or early teen years.


It's time to send in your referrals for at-risk kids.  


We are going to need sponsors so that we can offer this benefit for little or no cost to the children.    Send referrals to

Camp Karen 

Our registered nurse can help you navigate the many facets of today’s health care system to ensure the upmost delivery of medical care.

Nurse Advocacy



Have a heart-to-heart with an unconventional kind of therapist. Ask us how you can bond with one of our animals during a personalized therapeutic session.

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Donate your time and talent! We are looking for volunteers in facility maintenance, animal care, and communications. Put your passion to use.

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Interested in making a difference in the lives of our wonderful animals and the people who benefit from them? Support our therapeutic programs and animals here.

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Comfort Close At Hand

Our mission is to promote generalized wellness and access to horses as a local affiliate of Horses4Heroes.  Provide equine or other animal assisted therapeutic sessions for children and adults coping with a chronic illness or any of life’s stressors regardless of cause.  Nurse Advocacy is offered independent of or concurrent with farm programs.  Rescue of former Thoroughbred Racehorses is incorporated with the therapeutic process.  Special self-esteem boosting and support for the Autistic child, teen or young adult.  “DRESSAGE DEFERS DEPRESSION”  (Riding optional) 

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