One in five Australians is likely to experience a mental illness episode in a 12 month period.
The notion “disadvantaged youth” in general refers to young people with fewer chances to achieve goods such as education or societal positions.
The vast majority of dangerous, abusive and violent behavior that occurs in the privacy of people’s homes is committed by men against women. Violence against women is now recognized to be a serious and widespread problem in Australia with enormous individual and community impacts and social costs.
Studies show that cold and controlling family environments are linked to a growing cascade of difficulties for children in their first three years of school, from aggressive and disruptive behavior to depression and alienation.
We host training programs for equine assisted learning facilitators. Our Equihands program incorporates experiential learning activities for developing life skills.
There are five horses in the herd that are used in the Equihands program. These horses have very important jobs and have basic requirements just like humans for food, water and shelter. Your support will ensure they have the right care in order for them to continue their counseling roles.
PAYING IT FORWARD
How it works?
Book a session in our Equihands program. The fees you pay as a Business or an Individual subsidises a session for one of our Support Areas.
You can also “Pay it Forward” by making a donation.
Our business model is based on community and partner engagement. If you would like to get involved in our Equihands program, please get in touch for more information.