Youth, families and adults can experience mental and behavioral as well as spiritual and emotional growth through equine therapy at Hope Remains.

Equine therapy and therapeutic activities are useful for helping participants develop spontaneous and natural communication. Through these the natural reenactment of life experiences helps participants meet their goals, in a safe, therapeutic environment. These experiences happen while learning basic horsemanship skills (therapeutic activities) and during equine therapy sessions. By maintaining a safe emotional distance from people, equine therapy improves self-esteem, increases self-discipline, builds responsibility and teaches coping skills to participants attending the four core programs of Hope Remains. Mentoring, counseling and Bible study are central to Hope Remains equine therapeutic activities, all of which is offered in a nonjudgmental and accepting surrounding.

*Equine Therapy sessions are provided by licensed professional therapists and certified equine specialists that utilize the EAGALA model.


This after school program serves youth ages 5 through 17. The Mane Event is a high-impact, unique behavior modification program utilizing equine activities, mentoring, and Biblical counseling.

This program is FREE to the community.

WHEN: January – May, September – November / Monday – Thursday, 4 – 5:30 pm



Parents or guardians can also experience mental, behavioral, emotional and spiritual growth through equine therapy at Hope Remains. We desire to help the entire family by offering the training and tools they ned to provide a safe, healthy and thriving home life.

Stable Care is a parenting program that is open to the public for all parents or guardians. Hope Remains Stable Care classes are for those who:

  • desire preventative measures before issues arise with their children or
  • for those who are at a loss as to how to help their already struggling child/teen.

These classes offer Biblical counseling and allow for group discussions. Each topic discussed offers parents Biblical strategies and methods in handling issues such as depression, abuse, defiant behaviors, suicidal thoughts, reactive attachment disorder and more. Private therapy is also available to parents and guardians.

Stable Care is a FREE program.


January – April
September – November
Monday – Thursday, 4 – 5:30 pm


Hoof Prints of Hope is a mobile equine experiential program that brings miniature horses to schools and your special events.


Hoof Prints of Hope utilizes the Search Institute’s 40 Developmental Assets, state standards, character education and life skills as core components.


January – May
September – November


We will bring Hoof Prints of Hope to you!

Church events, Fall festivals, Business family functions, Nursing home visits, Non-profit functions

WHEN: Year-round

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