If you think you have the right stuff, Blue Star Ranch is looking for volunteers.
Blue Star Ranch is a local non-profit and is an equine-assisted safety-net provider for mental health services with internationally recognized certification. The horses help veterans overcome known barriers to engaging and staying in treatment. They can help families in post deployment transition build resilience.
Volunteer hours are short, fun, rewarding, and you get to get dirty. And we serve coffee and pastries. We only need a handful of volunteers, mainly mornings. Grooming horses, preparing them for sessions, sometimes preparing for incoming rain.
And yes the Ranch picks up the stalls. But it is really not a big deal, quick and easy. So if you are an animal lover you will enjoy hanging out with us and our four legged therapists. They are quite a fun crowd. For more information, call Nancy (661) 312-6184.
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