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Healing Hearts Ranch wins over $10,000 from members of 100+ People Who Care

POSTED August 10, 2018 2:28 p.m.

Healing Hearts Ranch was the 2018 third-quarter recipient of more than $10,000 in charitable donations from members of the local 100+ People Who Care group.
Healing Hearts Ranch serves a vital need for families facing mental health challenges by providing support through equine assisted psychotherapy. Licensed therapists and equine specialists work with clients and horses to establish relationships that address treatment goals for behavioral issues, ADD, PTSD, substance abuse, eating disorders, depression, anxiety, relationship problems and communication needs. Through these relationships, clients learn about themselves and others by participating in activities with the horses, and then processing (or discussing) feelings, and behaviors.
The program has touched many lives in our local communities, and the quarterly pledges of the 100+ People Who Care Members will allow the ranch to grow its scholarship funds for those in need who require its unique services but do not have the ability to pay.
Learn more about Healing Hearts Ranch at the website www.healingheartsranch.com or its Facebook page.
The next giving meeting for the 100+ People Who Care group will be held at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, November 6, at the Best Western Angus Inn Courtyard. At that time, representatives from Healing Hearts Ranch will return to provide an update on their progress in utilizing the $10,000+ gift. Members will also vote to select and nominate local, charitable organizations to receive future funds. More details can be found on the group’s website, www.100bartoncounty.org, or on its Facebook page.

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