2020: RCTRC's Response to COVID
We have slowly resumed limited programming. There are several restrictions based upon the social distancing suggestions made by the CDC.
RCTRC is a 501 (c) 3 tax-exempt, non-profit organization, dedicated to the well being of children and adults through equine assisted therapy and activities.
We do receive some support from community based organizations, we do charge fees for service and have sponsorships available.
We provide animal assisted therapy, occupational therapy and recreational therapy services to children and adults with disabilities. Therapeutic activities are designed to assist people to reach independence, as well as obtain a quality of life with enjoyment, confidence, and self-fulfillment.
We strive to provide safe, consistent and quality services to children and adults with disabilities, illness, and/or challenging behavior.
If you are interested becoming a participant - please email: Connie Boggess, Executive Director/Program Coordinator
Our programs are dependent upon donations and lesson fees. Since we began, we have survived on grants, program fees, donated equipment, facilities, as well as community donations and much physical labor support.
Please help us to further our services and progam offerings through donations that can be designated for your preferences -
If you are interested in volunteering or becoming a participant - please email: Connie Boggess, Executive Director/Program Coordinator
Volunteers are fundamental to our success! If we didn’t have them, we’d have no programs. Each applies and is trained through a volunteer training program and help immensely in the day to day operation - assisting in training, tacking up, side walking, leading, etc.
Our volunteer corp is to be envied and we are very thankful.
Volunteer Trainings =
Contact: Sarah Hacker @firstname.lastname@example.org
Dates: TBA Please check our calendar!
2001 Video from WV PBY WV Journal
Google Map: we are located at Golden-Aire Farm, 2216 Newmans Branch Road, Milton, WV 25541
In 2000 we had the priviledge to have the WV Journal do a 10 minute documentary on our programs.
Please take the time to enjoy.