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Main Stay Therapeutic Farm

UPDATED: April 30, 2019

Main Stay provides therapeutic riding, equine and animal assisted therapeutic programs. Main Stay's mission is to encourage, enrich and empower individuals through the therapeutic benefits of horses, animals and nature in an uplifting and nurturing setting. Main Stay is a place where bodies are challenged, minds embrace possibilities, and spirits are renewed.

Main Stay’s mission driven programs can be the key to open the door of possibility for clients. Programs empower children as young as 3, to adults in their 90s, to reach their highest potential through the healing power of the horses, animals, and nature. Each day Main Stay works to find the key to help someone unlock their own potential. The horses, small animals and the land itself are all powerful catalysts for change.

  • Languages:
  • English
  • Insurances Accepted:
  • Call for Fee
  • No Insurance Accepted

Address:

Human Services
6919 Keystone Rd.
Richmond, IL 60071
United States

Website:

https://mainstayfarm.org/

Phone:

8156539374

Email:

info@mainstayfarm.org

Contact:

Carla Kaizen

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