TREE House of Greater St. Louis, formerly known as Therapeutic Horsemanship, relies heavily on the support of its 250-plus volunteers to keep its therapy, recreation, education and exploration programs for individuals with disabilities running.
Most program volunteers start in the adaptive therapeutic riding and equine-assisted therapy program as sidewalkers, but other positions, including leader, horse handler, office, facility and special event volunteers, are available.
Volunteers must be at least 14 years of age, but horse experience is not necessary. Orientation and training occur at least twice a month.
To learn more or download a volunteer application, visit www.thstl.org, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (636) 332-4940.
Located in western St. Charles County, TREE House of Greater St. Louis is a unique place where individuals with disabilities and their families can find acceptance, tackle mental and physical challenges, and express their spirit in a peaceful and natural setting.
Founded in 1975 and formerly known as Therapeutic Horsemanship,
TREE House is one of the oldest and most respected therapeutic riding centers in the United States. Programs serve clients from age 2 through adulthood who have physical, mental, emotional, social and/or learning disabilities.
TREE House operates year-round and relies heavily on the support of volunteers to deliver programs and services that make a positive difference in the lives of hundreds of individuals with disabilities in the Greater St. Louis Area.