TREE HOUSE of Greater St. Louis
- Children & Youth
- People with Disabilities
Location332 Stable LaneWentzville, MO 63385 United States
To improve the lives of individuals with disabilities and their families through Therapy, Recreation, Education and Exploration.
Nestled on approximately 90 acres in St. Charles County, TREE House of Greater St. Louis is a unique and welcoming place where individuals with disabilities and their families can find acceptance, tackle mental and physical challenges, and express their spirit in a peaceful and natural setting.
Founded in 1975, and formerly known as Therapeutic Horsemanship, TREE House is one of the oldest and most respected PATH Intl. Premier Accredited Centers in the United States. Programs serve individuals from age 2 through adulthood who have physical, mental, emotional, social, and/or learning disabilities.
Disabilities served include, but are not limited to, autism, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, muscular dystrophy, multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, mental and physical disabilities, traumatic brain injury, and more. TREE House operates year-round and relies heavily on the support of volunteers.