Open Source Knowledge Portal – Equine Assisted Intervention for Mental Health
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Latest Information Nov 22, 2013: I'm Still awaiting the announcement of the grantees for the SAMHSA Native American Youth Suicide Prevention Grant...I worked on this grant with a tribe in New Mexico. If it is awarded to them, it will be around $600,000. Horses and Native American youth. What a formula for success! I'll keep you posted.
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