Animal Assisted Therapy Programs for the Entire State Region

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Animal Assisted Therapy Programs
Address:PO Box 31636
Myrtle Beach, SC 29588
Description:Provides horse-assisted therapy for people and families recovering from a traumatic experience. Also offers services for people of all ages with disabilities. Does not charge for psychotherapy services but does ask for a $30 donation for those with special needs to cover insurance.
Address:P.O. Box 1288
Aiken , SC 29802
Description:GreatOak Aiken, established in 1996, is an equine assisted therapeutic program dedicated to serving disabled people in the Aiken/Augusta area. As a PATH International (Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship) affiliate, the staff adheres to PATH's safety standards. GreatOak Aiken is a fully insured facility. Instructors are certified by PATH.
Address:105 Thistledown Way
Taylors, SC 29687
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Description:This volunteer group in the upstate takes therapy dogs to hospitals, shelters, and retirement communities. They bring dogs to people who, because of their current situation, cannot enjoy the company of their own pets. They currently visit 5 different locations in Greenville and Spartanburg Counties. A calendar is on the website.
Address:5220 Bedaw Farm Drive
Awendaw, SC 29429
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Description:Rein and Shine is a registered non-profit organization, dedicated to providing an alternative method of healing to children and adults with physical, emotional, social, and/or cognitive disabilities.
Address:P. O. Box 7136
Myrtle Beach, SC 29572
Description:Provides services for children, teens and young adults with autism and their families, including Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy, camps and mentoring programs. Also does autism advocacy, a heath program for people with disabilities, therapy dogs and urgent dental care services.
Address:3504 Highway 153, #347
Greenville, SC 29611
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Description:This organization places service and companion dogs with children with autism and people with disabilities. They also train dogs that already have owners for obedience and companionship of children with autism.