Trinity Stables presents "Horses Healing Hearts" our new non profit organization that is focused on bringing kids ages 3-18 who have experienced trauma and are currently in foster care system or have been adopted out of foster care into a forever home, to horses who have also been through hardships in their lives. We believe that horses and people have a lot to learn from each other.
Winston Churchill said "There is something about the outside of a horse that is good for the inside of a man" I could not agree more.
We are booking sessions now.
please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call or txt
Mrs.Tasha at 404-713-8598
Mrs.Laney ats 678-989-6138
to set up a visit or a session.
What is a session you ask?
We believe that being around horses allows people who have been harmed and have built a wall around themselves to let that wall down and allow hope and happiness back in their lives.
Our sessions will begin with choosing the right equine companion for the client. We will then introduce the horse or pony to the client and start learning some basic care. Then we will move into an activity with the horse. Theses activities may be individual or in a group setting but have the same goal either way. Horses have an amazing way of showing one through a metaphorical way about themselves and parts of their lives.
We are new to this and there are many trials and errors that we are going to go through. We will be looking for lots of volunteers from the community as this is going to a be a free of charge service we are going to offer to the community.
Since this was written we have already started making changes to the stable. The fist change being dedicated days of the week for the outreach sessions. Wednesdays are just for sessions and volunteers. Saturdays are now called "Chores and Tours"day starting the 2nd week of April 2020 from 11am till 4pm.
We will start having every Saturday open to the public for a tour of the facility and to meet the residents, Along with helping us get all the chores done around the barn. We will be looking for dedicated volunteers to help keep this ball rolling.
In our fist year we had 100 sessions and that was last year 2019. This year we are hoping to see more like 500 sessions but we can not do that alone. We need a village to help these kids and family's heal, learn to cope, and move on to being productive members of society.