Camp Able of Buffalo Gap is an equine-assisted therapy and horse rescue 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Its MISSION is to cultivate healthy, independent living for people with special needs through skills based training and equine therapy, with a special focus on using horses that have been rescued from difficult circumstances. Its VISION is that self-sufficiency is a reasonable and achievable goal for humans regardless of mental, emotional and physical capabilities, with the full acceptance and understanding of their caregivers and society at large. Since being established in 2014, Camp Able has used equine therapy to help individuals with autism, stroke, emotional disabilities, cerebral palsy, down syndrome, PTSD and other conditions. The majority of people Camp Able has helped thus far are school-aged children and military veterans. As part of its mission, Camp Able provides sanctuary to abused and unwanted horses and to the extent possible, trains them for use in equine therapy.
Camp Able needs help funding the core aspects of its two-pronged mission: 1) to provide equine therapy and life skills programs to people with special needs, and 2) to rescue horses from difficult circumstances.
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