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Meet at the intersection of McNutt Road and Borderland Road at 09:00. We will be picking up litter and trimming overgrown bushes to allow easier access to the facility. Please remember to bring masks, sunscreen, work gloves, and water. Wear close toes shoes and long pants. Hats and long sleeve shirt recommended.

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3800 N MESA ST STE A2, EL PASO, TX 79902, US

Mission Statement

The Board of Directors and the Compadres Therapy staff believe in teaming together with health and educational professionals and animals to explore the healing and educational effect of the human/animal bond. Compadres Therapy, Inc. is a nonprofit corporation that offers custom built equine services to the client. Our purpose is to provide equine facilitated activities and therapies to persons in or community with special needs including but not limited to those who are physically, intellectually, or emotionally challenges and/or who are emotionally disadvantaged. Compadres will also provide those same services to those who would benefit from the experience of the human animal bond.


Compadres Therapy, Inc., believes in teaming with healthcare and educational professionals to explore the healing, educational , and spiritual bond between horse and human. We are dedicated to improving the well-being of our community, including those with special needs, through equine facilitated activities and therapies.

Services are available to individuals, families, businesses or groups. Compadres strives to match our services with clients' specific needs by customizing the services to the goals of the individual or group in order to maximize outcomes.

Benefits of this include:
Ability to live in the moment
Develop resiliency skills
Improve self-esteem and confidence
Reduce anxiety
Emotional awareness
Impulse control
Problem solving skills
Leadership development
Connection with animals, nature, and people
Improve relationships
Experience challenges as a team

Health & Medicine
People with Disabilities


Sat Apr 10, 2021
09:00 AM - 12:00 PM  


McNutt Road and Borderland RoadAnthony, NM 88021



  • Family Therapy
  • Veterinary
  • Mental Health
  • Animal Care / Handling
  • Physical Therapy
  • Occupational Therapy


  • Teens
  • People 55+


  • Driver's License Needed
  • Must be at least 18
  • 3 hours
  • Must be physically able to lift up to 20 lbs., walk 2+ miles. Volunteers are responsible for adequate self-hydration & safety.

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