EquiCenter, at the William & Mildred Levine Ranch, is a premier accredited member of the Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International (PATH), and a 501(c)(3) non-profit facility serving those with disabilities, veterans and at-risk youth. Equine-related programs currently offered include therapeutic horseback riding, horsemanship, and Heroes for Horses, a program that uses a variety of equine-related therapies to help war veterans and their families. Our riding instructors are internationally-certified and our volunteers and horses have been carefully selected and trained for their vital roles.
EquiCenter fosters growth, wellness, and educational opportunities for people of all ages and abilities through the power of equestrian, horticultural and outdoor experiences.
EquiCenter continues to expand its range of therapeutic activities to fit the equally diverse needs of our community. Other programs include therapeutic horticulture on our 3-acre organic farm and farm-to-table culinary classes. Our purpose through all our programs is to foster the personal growth and achievement of all we serve.
At EquiCenter, we use a wide range of therapeutic equestrian and horticulture programs to foster personal growth and individual achievement. Our facility includes many physical adaptations to make riding possible for individuals of all abilities, while our serene enviroment offers respite and healing from mental anxieties and challenges. We offer individualized lessons in private and small group settings. Our HEAL (Horticulture and Equine Active Learning) program can accommodate larger groups from schools and area organizations as either a single visit or a multi-week session.