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Horses Healing The Hood

SOOFA Ranch, a leading equine assisted learning center, has launched an innovative new program to help at-risk youth in underserved communities in the Metro Atlanta area. The program, called "Horses Healing the Hood," uses horses to teach critical life skills and promote personal growth and development.

The Horses Healing the Hood program is designed specifically for at-risk youth in underserved communities. Many of these young people face significant challenges, including poverty, violence, and lack of access to resources. By providing them with the opportunity to work with horses and develop important life skills, SOOFA Ranch hopes to make a positive impact on their lives.

"Equine assisted learning is an incredibly powerful tool for personal growth and development," said Daryl L. Fletcher, founder of SOOFA Ranch. "We believe that everyone, regardless of their background or circumstances, should have access to these life-changing experiences. That's why we launched Horses Healing the Hood, to bring the benefits of equine assisted learning to those who need it most."

The Horses Healing the Hood program is just one of the many ways that SOOFA Ranch is making a difference in the community. The organization is dedicated to promoting equine assisted learning in the South Metro Atlanta and supporting the health and wellbeing of individuals and communities across the country.

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