Help Our Riders Achieve Greater Independance!

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Project Leader

Colleen Cheechalk
Program Director
1912 Nanticoke Drive
Endicott, New York 13760
United States


The Center for Equine Assisted Wellness, Inc.
PO Box 70
Maine, NY 13802-0070
United States

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Shelby Jackson-Register, Norma Cushner, Colleen Cheechalk, Allyson Cheechalk


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Bring Healing To Horses And Humans In Need
Borrowed Freedom provides scholarship based Therapeutic (Adaptive) Riding, Hippotherapy and Equine Experiential Education for more than 45 clients with physical, intellectual, developmental, emotional and socio-economic special needs. All sessions are delivered at no charge for those with demonstrated need. With our proven curriculum we help riding students and therapy clients overcome many of the obstacles they face by encouraging personal growth, integrity, and wellness through horsemanship. project reportread updates from the field

Project Leader

Colleen Cheechalk

Program Director
Endicott, New York United States

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