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As we navigate current community health conditions, we will continue to be directed by facts and figures provided by the CDC and County officials. Therapeutic riding poses a mix of positive and negative risk factors: horseback riding is naturally socially distant but we continue to adhere to local health requirements with sincere diligence and care. Please review our COVID-19 Statement here & Please don't hesitate to contact Stable Hands with any questions or concerns.
Stable Hands is a PATH Premier accredited program with a mission. Our mission is to provide Therapeutic Horsemanship to children and adults living with disabilities in Siskiyou County.
Our program consists of two 8-week sessions in the Spring and Fall, and one 4-week session in the Summer. Our Horses Helping Heroes program, for veterans, consists of three 8 week sessions. We serve 40 — 60 individuals in small group lessons. We annually train 40 - 50 volunteers who are the backbone of our organization. These dedicated community members serve at least 1/2 day per week fulfilling numerous roles. We raise money to support the majority of our program costs through the generosity of individuals, businesses, service groups and foundations. If you are interested in volunteering with us, click here.
Stable Hands’ mission is to improve the physical, mental, and social health of people living with disabilities through therapeutic horsemanship.