Music and Equine Therapy
for Children in Need
Please consider donating today
for our cause.
HH Stables is a 501 c (3) non-profit charitable organization. Our mission is to bring harmony, hope, and healing into the lives of children in need and provide them a therapeutic and educational experience from which they can learn and grow.
Our music and equine therapy programs help us achieve our mission. With your support we can provide for another child on our waiting list.
Please consider donating today for our cause.
We offer private and
group music therapy.
Music and Horses can help heal
the hearts of those in need.
Horses can help children who have
suffered abuse, trauma and neglect.
WE ARE PROUD TO SERVE HIBISCUS CHILDREN’S CENTER
WE STAND UP FOR THE INNOCENT
Estimated number of children being abused globally
every 10 seconds a new case is reported
Children per day die as a result of abuse
children per month are removed from their homes in Martin & surrounding counties due to abuse & neglect.
NOW ACCEPTING NEW VOLUNTEERS TO JOIN OUR TEAM!
WE ARE PROUD TO ANNOUNCE…
HH Stables is the FIRST and ONLY
PATH Center in Martin County!
HARMONY & HORSES
The power of music and horses combined!
Sponsor a child, mentor a child, or volunteer talent!
HELP BUILD HARMONY HOPE STABLES
There’s so much to be done as we build our music and equine therapeutic ranch for children in need.
We still need walls, floors, air conditioning, music and equine equipment and more!
Please watch the video below and consider how you can help with our
REBEL WITH A CAUSE project and make an impact today!
Thank you to the sponsors that have become a
Rebel and joined our campaign!
The first time I met Kristi I knew she was someone special. From the start, she and my son Anthony formed a bond, and it was clear how comfortable he was with her. Kristi is incredibly understanding and accepting of Anthony’s disability and unique needs. She recognizes his potential for learning and gives him encouragement to achieve his goals. Kristi takes the time to teach him new tasks step-by-step and exhibits tremendous patience with him. He always looks forward to his lessons and to working with her and the horses. I will be forever grateful for the opportunities Kristi and Harmony and Horses have given to Anthony to broaden his horizons.
My wife and I have custody of our six-year-old grandson, Vernon, and have for most of his young life. He is a good kid but has some abandonment issues along with anger and ADHD. We were introduced to “Harmony Hope Stables” through the “Tykes and Teens” program. Vernon found out that he loves working with the horses and he loves music, so it was a perfect fit! He has been learning how to care for the horses and how to be calm and gentle around them. We have seen changes in the way Vernon handles our animals at home. For the most part, Vernon has carried that calmness and gentleness over to his everyday living. We are so thankful that there was a grant/sponsorship available for Vernon to be able to utilize for such a wonderful program! Stable Moments is an awesome program for kids with needs… What we really like is the one-on-one time Vernon gets with Ms. Kristi!
Thank you so much, HH Stables!
Our youth at Hibiscus Children’s Center have benefited immensely from participating in the Harmony Hope Stables Program. Kristi, her program staff, and the horses have made an emotional connection with our kids and it’s such a beautiful sight to see. Her program allows traumatized children to open up and express themselves while being in safe, peaceful, and serine setting with the horses and music too. Our partnership with Kristi has been a game changer for our kids and staff who attend her program, since it offers a nontraditional therapeutic approach with successful outcomes.
Harmony Hope Stables has been a BLESSING to our family. Our son, Bryce, is seven years old and has autism. Last year he began Equine and Music therapy at HHS. The results were immediate. His fear of musical instruments quickly faded and he became interested in not only listening to music, but playing guitar! Now he looks forward to any musical interaction with friends. The other hurdle we overcame was his fear of horses. The combination of music therapy and interaction with the horses allowed Bryce to overcome his fear gradually. He would play music for the horses at first. Then, Ms. Kristi helped Bryce realize that horses were friendly and safe. After that he began brushing them. Now, here we are a year later and he is actually RIDING a horse! It is nothing short of a miracle. We have nothing but praise for HHS as they continue to serve the special needs community in Palm City and surrounding areas. It is a much needed and desired service here in South Florida!