Therapeutic Horseback Riding for injured Police Officers
Kids Rein is proud to expand its Therapeutic Horseback Riding services to Police Officers who have been injured in the line of duty.
Currently, Kids Rein is riding Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Officers.
“The way it works”, says Teressa Tucker, Founder of Kids Rein, “is that we want to give back to officers who risk their lives for us every day. The only way we feel we can give back is by offering equine therapy to these injured heroes, free of charge.”
If you, or somebody you know, is interested in this therapy for injured Police Officers, please fill out the Rider Registration Packet located under our Forms Page and return it to the address on the cover page. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions.
Kids Rein is looking for Officers to volunteer their time to assist injured Officers during equine therapy. Volunteering Officers are there to help each other out, which really helps the injured Officer in many different ways.
A Rider Registration Packet and Medical Release is required for each injured Officer before riding.
There is no charge to the injured Officers for this service. Everybody, including the instructor, is volunteering their time.
Please consider donating to this program. All donations are tax deductible.