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www.medicinehorsecenter.org
Medicine Horse Center

The Medicine Horse Center offers therapeutic riding and equine assisted psychotherapy to children and adults of all ages with physical, cognitive, emotional or age-related challenges.† These services may include the following: therapeutic riding, hippotherapy, equine experiential learning, equine assisted psychotherapy, youth-at-risk, abuse & trauma survivors, life enhancement and development, eldercare and Alzheimer's assistance, developmental vaulting and equine rehabilitation.

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www.medwheel.org
Medicine Wheel

Medicine Wheel is a pro-active trail work and advocacy group dedicated to keeping trails open for all users. We help to maintain trails for city, state and federal agencies in the Pikes Peak region, along with other volunteer groups in the area.

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www.mercyhousing.org
Mercy Housing

Mercy Housing is a national not-for-profit organization dedicated to creating and strengthening healthy communities. By developing, operating, and financing quality, affordable, service enriched housing, Mercy Housing changes the lives of individuals and families and revitalizes distressed neighborhoods.

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www.mountainmedics.org
Mountain Medics International

Mountain Medics is a US-based, volunteer- staffed, nonprofit organization aiming to improve the health and quality of life of developing mountain communities around the world.

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www.mountainrescueaspen.org
Mountain Rescue Aspen

Mountain Rescue-Aspen, is one of the nationís finest professional volunteer rescue teams, and is accredited through the Rocky Mountain Region of the Mountain Rescue Association. Our dedicated 45-member team annually donates an estimated 12,000 person hours serving the community and visitors of Pitkin County. These hours represent time away from families to attend monthly meetings and trainings; educate the public with our annual community avalanche seminar; teach children what to do if they are lost through the national "Hug-A-Tree" program, and of course, participate in search and rescue missions.

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