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Mark your calendars!!  Thursday November 11th, 2021

Are you or a member of your family feeling the stress from the COVID-19 craziness?  Sign up for our "Life is Stressful... Ride a Horse!" program.  This is open to everyone who could use a little self care!

**NEW Program**   "Back In the Saddle" Pilot Program for Veterans experiencing symptoms of PTSD
HARTH is kicking off a pilot program for veterans who are experiencing symptoms of PTSD (anxiety, depression, anger, sleep issues and more).  This 6-week class series consists of ground work and horseback riding.

HARTH - Healing and Recovery Through Horses

HARTH is a Texas non-profit located in Burnet, just NW of Austin on the shores of Lake Buchanan.  The Texas Hill Country is the perfect environment to escape the hectic demands of everyday life, and focus on healing and recovery with the horses that are the heartbeat of the HARTH EAAT (Equine Assisted Activities and Therapies) programs.

HARTH Foundation recognizes and values the healing relationship between people and animals. We, along with our therapy horses, volunteers, and community partners, strive to bring that healing to as many Central Texans as possible through a variety of equine-assisted programs. Situated among the natural beauty of the Highland Lakes, HARTH's mission is to enhance the health of people and our community through relationships with horses. HARTH serves those with a variety of physical, emotional and mental challenges through our PATH International (Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship) certified therapeutic riding program, and through our other equine assisted services (EAS).  HARTH also offers healing programs for combat veterans and their families to improve mental health, well-being, and quality of life. At HARTH, both the horses and the environment in general are an integral part of the healing process.

HARTH Foundation strives to provide our clients a safe community for healing and we need support.   If you’d like to help support our mission, please donate now!