Sometimes impact can only be measured in the smiles on the faces of a participant or a family member when they see their loved one achieve something they never thought would be possible.
However High Hopes is unusual in its commitment to continuous improvement and evidence-based practice. We are therefore taking part in a ground-breaking research study – The Therapeutic Riding Assessment of Impact Network. TRAIN utilizes goal attainment scaling. We will use this space in the future to increase the number of measured outcomes we are able to provide through TRAIN and other quality measurements such as trainee and participant satisfaction and quality surveys.
Meet Mark and watch his story
On average, more than 20 veterans a day in America take their own lives. Many are suffering from PTSD, or depression and anxiety related to undiagnosed PTSD. Share Mark’s story to raise awareness of how horses and humans working together can help save lives.Mark's Story
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3 - 13 Years
14 - 20 Years
21 - 45 Years
46 - 61 Years
62 - 74 Years
Gender of Participants
In 2016 -2017
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Equine Learning Program
Acres of Fenced Paddocks
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Ready to Join the High Hopes Family?
To become a volunteer, make sure you follow these three simple steps.Volunteer Registration
Become Qualified with High Hopes Therapeutic Riding
The field of therapeutic riding offers rewarding career opportunities combining elements of physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech and language pathology, education, psychology and child development with horsemanship teaching skills.Professional Certifications
Making an Impact through Equine Related Activities
High Hopes has a variety of outreach programs designed to bring equine-related activities to an even larger population of people who can benefit from them throughout the community.Community Outreach Programs