Therapeutic Non-Profits

ACTT Naturally’s equine facilitated programs for veterans and their families, and first responders offer experiential time with horses. Our hands-on exercises work to build trust, compassion, empathy and mutual respect. These tools help reduce anxiety and increase confidence. The programs are safe and uncomplicated. Our OTTB’s enjoy the work, and along with the veterans gain a renewed sense of well-being. This program puts everyone in the Winner’s Circle.

Hearts in Harmony

When you honor a horse as a teacher and healer, the transformative results can be astonishing.”

Our farm is beautiful and in itself healing to the spirit. We have a highly qualified, compassionate staff and our horses love their work. No prior experience with horses is necessary.

www.acttnaturally.org

P.O. Box 224 Greenwich NY 12834

570-578-6377

ART4VETS, and much, much more

Support our Troops Committee @Joseph E. Zaloga American Legion Post 1520 4 Everett Rd Albany NY Meetings held every Friday from 9 to Noon

We are a group of veterans using diverse art media and alterative therapy models to heal our body, mind and spirits. We work on drama pieces, do creative writing, we do movement, of course pick your art project and have some supplies. Music options, outings, kayaking, horses, and much much more! Please join us if something interests you!

Countless veterans are currently suffering from life-threatening illnesses that are a result of exposure to asbestos, a material that was commonly used in hundreds of military applications, products, and ships because of its resistance to fire. Veterans who have been diagnosed with mesothelioma even qualify for special benefits from the U.S Department of Veteran Affairs.

Educational guide about mesothelioma and the best doctors

Contact: David Sides, Public Outreach Coordinator, dsides@asbestos.com

The Welcome Home Initiative© is a Veterans Ministry facilitated north of Albany, NY on the campus of Christ the King Spiritual Life Center near Greenwich, NY, that offers healing for military veterans and the spouses of military veterans who have served their country in combat.  These veterans may be suffering in varying degrees from post-traumatic stress or moral injury and are in need of soul repair.

If you or someone you love would benefit from attending the Welcome Home Initiative, please contact us by calling 518-692-9550 or healing@ctkcenter.org

www.ctkcenter.org

Living Resources provides community-based rehabilitative services to individuals who have sustained a Traumatic Brain Injury.  

Todd Delmarter 518-218-0000 ext 5389 or tdelmarter@livingresources.org

www.LivingResources.org




Mesothelioma.net provides free information and resources for veterans diagnosed with mesothelioma. Approximately a 3rd of mesothelioma victims are veterans, usually exposed aboard asbestos-laden ships.

Mesothelioma Info for Veterans 
1-800-692-8608

Operation At Ease takes dogs from shelters and rescues, pairs them with veterans, then trains them to become PTSD service dogs through a guided training program.
Helping veterans, saving dogs, changing lives.

518 847-9941 or joni@operationatease.org

OperationAtEase.orghttp://www.operationatease.org


SongwritingWith:Soldiers operates from a simple principle — pair veterans and active-duty service members with professional songwriters to craft songs about their military experiences. With a focus on collaboration and building trust, this innovative program, founded by Austin, Texas singer-songwriter Darden Smith, offers a unique path to helping soldiers, their families, communities and our nation cope with the aftermath of combat duty and the challenges in returning home.

www.songwritingwithsoldiers.org

Saratoga WarHorse assists veterans experiencing invisible, psychological wounds, as a result of their military service, by providing an equine-assisted experience that initiates empowering life changes.

Saratoga WarHorse Foundation
P.O. Box 461, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
(518) 886-8131

www.SaratogaWarhorse.org


Our Mission:

STRIDE educates and empowers individuals with special needs in life-changing sport and recreation programs to sustain healthy, active and fun lifestyles.

4482 NY 150 West Sand Lake, New York  12196
info@stride.org Phone: (518)598-1279
 www.stride.org