The April/May issue of Massachusetts Horse Magazine features an article about Berkshire HorseWorks achieving 501(c)3 status. The article discusses how Berkshire HorseWorks has been treating at-risk youth, veterans, families, individuals, and couples with a broad range of challenges including anxiety, PTSD, bullying, eating disorders, and more.
The article also discusses how Berkshire HorseWorks partners with organizations to strengthen their workforces through equine team building activities and personal wellness initiatives.
By transitioning to nonprofit status the company can accept donations which enables Berkshire HorseWorks to offer its services to those who may otherwise have an inability to pay for Equine Assisted Learning (EAL) and Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP).
Berkshire HorseWorks services are based on the EAGALA Model. See more about EAGALA, EAP, and EAL by clicking the respective links.
See a copy of the article below.