Join our EAGALA (Veteran Equine Therapy Services) – V.E.T.S program !
In November 2017, Forever Amber Acres Animal Sanctuary became certified to offer Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP) through the EAGALA model. Globally recognized, the EAGALA model (Equine Assisted Growth and Learning Association) is the gold standard in equine assisted therapy. This is a unique, client-centered team approach to problem solving. Using the horse as the primary facilitator, clients successfully tackle emotional and physical challenges, along with a certified Equine Specialist and licensed Mental Health Professional who are also part of the treatment team. Our program is available to all active duty, honorably discharged veteran’s, reservists, retired, disabled veteran’s and their families; to help treat issues including substance abuse, anxiety, depression, PTSD, veteran’s who need assistance transitioning from military life to civilian life, all of which can be common issues our military veteran community are dealing with.
Our program, one of the first of its kind in northeastern Ohio, will launch in May 2018. Reaching this milestone will fulfill the vision our organization laid out nearly 10 years ago, to purposefully rehabilitate our equine rescues in service to others. Just as our clients are healing, our rescues are too.
If you’d like to learn more about our program, please download our pdf here. It has information about our programs, our mission, our sponsors, and more. For further information contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 330-618-6010.
Since not all insurance programs cover therapy sessions, we have developed this vital Veteran Sponsorship program. We are committed that no veteran in need of our vital EAP services is turned away. However we have out of pocket expenses to cover, in order to offer this Equine Assisted Psychotherapy program; so we need your help in keeping this promise to our military veteran community! Please consider sponsoring a veteran today. Your sponsorship donations will insure that a veteran in need of our services, without the means to pay for it; receives it! Thank you!