Dare to Dream Youth Ranch Opens Its Gates

Fort Wayne, IN, June 28, 2007 --(PR.com)-- Northeast Indiana’s newest and most exciting youth project, Dare to Dream Youth Ranch provides a positive, safe, and structured equestrian environment for all children, including at-risk, disadvantaged, disabled, aged 6 to 18 years.
The Dare to Dream Youth Ranch also rescues abused, neglected and dying horses and offers them a place of healing treatment, training and love.

More specifically, the purposes are:

1. To provide a safe and loving home for physically abused and/or mistreated horses that are in need of a place in which they may be brought back to a healthy state.
2. To provide a safe and loving location for children who have been physically and/or mentally abused.
3. To use the human/equine bond to help overcome fears, build trust, respect, and compassion, develop communication skills, problem solving, coping techniques, self-confidence and self-esteem. These skills are transferable to many other areas of ordinary day-to-day life. Horses are emotive animals and people are animated by the sight, sound, touch and smell of horses. Therapeutic horseback riding is a form of physical therapy for individuals with a wide range of physical, emotional, cognitive and social special needs.

Please contact them for more information.
Web site daretodreamyouthranch.org

Dare to Dream Youth Ranch
Bret & Pam Procise