In this amazing unconditional friendship with the horse,

the youth will discover much about themselves as they learn how to

groom and care for the horses as well as proper ground work and riding.

Again, each session depends on the needs of the child on any given day.



Our six-week Day-Program will provide this 
through our 1:1 Youth, Horse & Adult 90-minute sessions.


Each class is tailored to meet the needs of
the individual youth, ages 10-19, to empower their own personal growth.


Session leaders strive to be intentional in all of their interactions. They aim to "see and hear” the young person where they are; to help create a safe place for them to share. We want to engage and listen if they need to talk, or simply hold space for the youth.


Equine Mentoring Day Programs

Because horses react only to behavior and emotions and are not biased by physical appearance or past choices, the youth is allowed to interact in a completely non-judgmental framework.

For more Information or session availability

email our director at:

kim@crossroadsyr.org

The results speak for themselves as we receive feedback from the adults in these young people’s lives such as:

“Her behavior at school is much improved and her out of control outbursts have been so much less. She is giving herself more grace when things are hard for her and she is soproud when she talks about the accomplishments with “her horse””.

“My son needed this win in his life! He struggles in so many areas it breaks my heart.
But when he shares about “his horse and mentor” he shows a confidence that I have
never seen in him before! This is spilling over to so many other areas of his life. I can’t
begin to thank you enough for everything you are doing for him, and our whole family!”

“My daughter’s anxiety had gotten so bad that she was pulling her hair out and having
rage outbursts over seemingly nothing. Your amazing horses and mentors have surpassed
my deepest hopes. It’s like I have my baby girl back! God bless you all and your wonderful
financial supporters.”