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Horses. Hope. Healing.

For over 40 years, NCEFT has tapped into the profound rehabilitative power of the human-horse relationship to change the lives of Bay Area children, adults and military Veterans with disabilities. Learn more about our programs-services.

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Creating Possibilities from Disabilities

From our tranquil, 12-acre facility in Woodside, CA, we offer hippotherapy, adaptive riding, adaptive carriage driving, and a number of other equine-assisted therapies for people with special needs. Learn more about NCEFT & our programs.

How You Can Help

Play a major role in helping people with disabilities reach beyond their boundaries through equine-assisted therapies, education and research. Our work is supported by gifts from generous friends like you. Donate today or volunteer.

Thank you for being part of the 74%!

Thank you for making our Annual Fund Campaign a success! Together we can make a difference in the lives of those with disabilities. As we look ahead to 2015 we are confident that we have the financial stability to continue our life-changing programs, support those less fortunate with financial assistance, and continue to provide services free of charge to military Veterans. The fees we charge patients for services only cover about 26% of the cost of providing services. We look to generous individuals, corporations and foundations to raise the rest. Donate Today!

Announcing the Social Skills Play Group!

NCEFT is pleased to announce the formation of the Social Skills Play Group, a new program, led by NCEFT staff OT, Lexi Parker. Utilizing the Sensitive Solutions curriculum combined with animal therapy, SSPG will help children aged 3-7 with emotional regulation, verbal expression and negotiation, empathy, flexibility, and sensory integration. Learn More

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