Know a Combat Veteran or First Responder Dealing with Trauma from their Experiences?
Try A Unique, PROVEN P.T.S.D. Treatment
Learn how Equine Therapy (horse therapy) has helped others heal.
You may have dealt with tremendous pain and suffering...
Afterward, connecting with the people in your life isn't so easy.
There's a place for heroes to heal...
Our non-profit organization, CODE H.O.R.S.E. strives to help you build the emotional conections with your loved ones in a beautiful, natural setting.
Here you can engage in positive, meaningful team building exercises and work one-on-one with our family of loving, non-judgmental therapy horses.
We see real emotional breakthroughs achieved in situations where there was once hopelessness and despair.
Watch the video to learn more about our work.
We appreciate your service,
We appreciate your sacrifice,
and we're here to help you.
The incredible public servants who help us as Police, Firefighters, and EMS personnel are truly on the front lines every day.
Repeated exposure to human suffering, being subjected to physical danger, and prolonged mental fatigue can make you extremely vulnerable to emotional trauma.
When in combat environments, your mind and emotions are constantly being stretched to their limits.
The stress you endure lingers long after you’ve returned home from duty.
Research shows that experiential treatments like Equine Therapy can have unique benefits under these circumstances.
Why is it so important for our work to reach those in need?
Combat Veterans Deserve Our Help.
The statistics related to combat veterans and suicide point to the failure of our society to truly address the needs of veterans and their families.
If you or a loved one has dealt with the stress of active duty military deployment in combat zones, then you’ve experienced firsthand how the pain doesn’t just go away when the fighting stops.
When the suicide rates for military service personnel average nearly 20 people per day, year after year, the support system just isn’t working properly.
We care so deeply about this problem, that we are committed to the ongoing support and care of the human being inside that soldier.
First Responders Face Horror and Tragedy with Little Time to Recover.
As a first responder, you reach the scene of a crime, accident, or tragedy before anyone else. You have to deal directly with the raw pain and anguish of the victims.
Agonizing death, traumatic injuries, the grief of the victim’s children and loved ones…
No matter how well trained you are, it’s natural to have times where it seems too much to bear.
Where can you turn?
How do you know when it's time to talk to someone?
Important Questions to Ask:
If you or someone you know is a combat veteran or first responder, then you may have experienced these symptoms before.
It’s important to be honest with yourself about how you feel.
If you answer “Yes” to any of the following questions, then you could be dealing with some emotions that are affecting the relationships with the key people in your life.
Do you or someone you know:
Please let us help.
Programs We Offer:
Work one-on-one with our trained therapy horses, experiencing the calm, non-judgmental connection that can help you find peace inside.
Special exercises and programs created for you and your group to help increase the strength and durability of the bonds between team members.
Talking one-on-one with someone who can understand, listen, and allow you to have the space you need to express what's going on in your world.
Take a break from the chaotic world you're facing, and have an opportunity to get back to a natural, peaceful setting.
(Also available for couples)