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Our Facility

At Manes and Miracles, a comprehensive treatment plan is developed that integrates the movement of the horse with traditional speech, physical, and occupational therapy treatment strategies to that therapeutic goals are achieved. We will offer a covered arena, a sensory trail, sensory/motor playground, trampolines, swings, zip line, aquatic therapy, and an indoor therapy clinic.

 

Our Mission: Manes and Miracles is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization whose mission is to provide equine-assisted therapy to people with disabilities, to create an environment where opportunity replaces limitation, and to help children and adults learn the power of the words "I can".


Our Vision: The vision of Manes & Miracles is to provide hippotherapy and adaptive riding for 90 - 100 patients weekly in a state of the art researched based therapy facility.


Romans 8:28 - And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose.

As a nonprofit organization we rely heavily on the generosity of caring individuals and service groups. Opportunities for volunteering are available and vary from assisting with horses and riders, data entry, odd jobs, helping with special events and fundraising activities, and other things as needed.


If you are interested in making a difference in the lives of children with disabilities, please contact us using our form or call us at (479)847-5535 Thank you so much for time, we appreciate your kind heart.


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Thank You so Much to All of Our Generous Sponsors!


Fiori Family Charitable Fund

Chuck Peacock

Pat Mickle Wagner & Mickle Engineering

The Degen Foundation

Expressions Floral

Learn More about AHA: American Hippotherapy Association

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Manes & Miracles @ Chaffee Crossing
P.O. Box 11828 Fort Smith, AR 72917



Learn more about PATH: Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship