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Great Article about HARTH - Highland Lakes Visitor's Guide December 2019

Check out the article on HARTH in the Burnet Bulletin.

L.L.Casey & Co., LLC, Property Tax Appeal and Consulting Services is now a Helping Hands sponsor!  Thank you!
Reese's Truck Pieces has joined our efforts to provide scholarships through our Helping Hands Program!  Thank you!

A big THANK YOU to Main Street Dental Center for their participation in our Helping Hands Scholarship Program!  There are several students on our waiting list so this donation will be put to good use!

We are thrilled to welcome the folks from Johnson Sewell Ford Lincoln to our Helping Hands Scholarship Program!  Their donation will go to help those with special needs pay for therapeutic riding sessions.  Thank you!

Dr. Elizabeth DeFily of Bluebonnet Veterinary Clinic kicks off our Helping Hands Scholarship Program for those with special needs.  A BIG thank you to Elizabeth DeFily, DVM for her generous donation to our program! 

 

HARTH Foundation Video

Upcoming Classes & Events

Horse Assisted Therapy for Veterans "As prey animals, horses are hypervigilant until they learn they are not in danger. ... Because of their own hypervigilance, veterans with PTSD easily understand and can relate to the trust and hypervigilance in a horse."  Read more about Horse Assisted Therapy.

Your input is important to us. Please provide your valuable feedback. Here are some testimonials from our clients:

It was awesome and very relaxing! The first time I went I didn’t know what to expect. The second time I went out it was like being around old friends!
 
Posted By: Trevor Howard
US Army Veteran, Austin, TX
The ranch and the personnel that maintain are nothing short of spectacular. I returned to the ranch soon after my initial visit because it afforded me another opportunity to unwind and forget about the stresses of everyday life. Forming bonds with Cappy, Sammy and Doobie who I interacted with, was a new and valuable experience that is otherwise unattainable in urban settings.
 
Posted By: Don Ludden
US Army Veteran, Austin, TX

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