Freedom Riding


quality of care

mission & vision

To Help All Those We Can.


Our equine-assisted therapy (EAT) program is intended to compliment traditional clinical therapy. Learn more about this recreational approach.

We care about our animals, and adopt careful practices of animal husbandry. This practice combines art and science  -- blending proven, medically-sound treatments and an unbounded amount of affection. 

Welcome to Freedom RidingLearn more about us

We realize people need personalized programs that target their needs.  The Freedom in our name refers to the love of many patriotic ideals, one of which is the role of the individual in society.  Therefore, we aim to co-create programs and therapies with every rider.


More than 1 in 5 people with a challenge that includes mental health elements, report difficulty getting care due to high costs. Help us make a difference.

Our Foundation

Animal Husbandry

We place high value on quality of care for both our clients and our animals, and this is enabled by kind and frequent communication with the person riding and/or the supervising adult. 

Our mission is to support the treatment and healing of children who could benefit from sensory-based engagements, often associated with a variety of conditions:  such as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, anxiety, autism, cerebral palsy, dementia, depression, developmental delays, genetic disorders, traumatic brain injuries, behavioral issues, abuse issues, drug and alcohol addiction, and other mental health situations.  Additionally, as a veteran -founded organization, we also have a special place in our hearts and days for veterans with post-traumatic stress pressures. Our program is meant to be used in conjunction with clinical therapies.​

Currently, we offer rides by appointment.   

Freedom Riding is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. As such, all contributions and matching gifts are tax-deductible as permitted by law. To make a gift in support of our programs, donate on the main page.