Listings in Find a Program resource do not indicate endorsement by EAGALA. EAGALA is not responsible for ensuring quality, appropriateness, or success from the organizations listed herein.
This listing is meant as a resource for discovering organizations which use horses, through the EAGALA Model, in their mental health and learning programs. It is up to the reader to research organizations for quality and appropriateness. Visiting facilities, reviewing materials, checking with licensing or registration agencies and referrals, and conferring with professional referral consultants are highly recommended.
The EAGALA Model requires sessions be conducted with a team of a mental health professional and a horse professional. If you have any concerns regarding a program, you can contact us or in the case of potential ethical concerns, please see our Ethics page on this website. EAGALA has an Ethics Committee and Protocol to help educate members and address concerns.