SAFETY NET/AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAMS
Serves youth ages 6-18 referred by families, agencies and schools, who need support to manage their behaviors and cope with their particular life challenges. Our programs address challenges such as anger management, depression, anxiety, grief, trust-building, clear communication, and more.
After-school group sessions are offered on a quarterly schedule; need-based scholarships available.Learn More
LEARNING LIFE/SCHOOL PARTNERSHIPS
Serves student groups in need of behavior & social/emotional support, referred by counselors, teachers, and administrators. Programs include our Leadership & Bully Awareness Workshop, Service Learning, and other group equine sessions.
Programs may be held at our farm or onsite at schools.Learn More
We are honored to work with service members and their families. EAGLE Vets serves those struggling with the return to civilian life through one-on-one and group equine therapy programs, lead by a mental health counselor. Weekly sessions offered for group & one-on-one counseling.Learn More
Serves teens from SeaMar Visions drug & alcohol program, helping youth in recovery from chemical addictions. This program is entirely funded by community support ~ Learn how you can sponsor one of these amazing young women!Learn More
Provides a unique opportunity for a multitude of community members to experience the joy of therapy animal interaction. Our intergenerational visits, featuring youth volunteers, bring therapy animals to visit seniors around Whatcom County.
Volunteer or Request A Visit!Learn More
School is the largest challenge in Kiley's* life. With learning disabilities and anxiety, school is incredibly challenging and tiring. Friday at ANT has been such a bright spot to look forward to after the school week.
We have seen significant changes at school, in our family, and in Alex's* social skills since ANT. *Name changed
Ben* has become more patient and understanding. His whole way that he deals with issues has changed. No more outbursts, and yelling; he will now just go to his “safe” spot until he's cooled down. *Name changed
She has been more willing to talk about her feelings instead of storming off. She is willing to communicate effectively.
Between the Fall and Winter session, Alex* tested an entire grade level higher in both reading and math. This was over a 3 month period. Her anger, frustration, and distrust of adults has decreased significantly. She is more centered, in control of her body, breaths and thinks before acting. She is really at a turning point. *Name changed for privacy
She is so full of joy getting an opportunity to work and be with animals. She feels more herself and forgets about anxiety and accidents when she is with animals. I love getting the excited and delighted re-cap about her time at ANT and I hope she can continue. ANT has given [my daughter] confidence and pride in working with animals outside school.