United Neigh: Where At-Risk Children and Horses Save Each Other

Sep 3, 2015

One of the greatest challenges for children who are abused, neglected and at-risk is finding a path to help them recover and become healthy, happy and productive. In a way, that's also what Jo Anne Miller at Brook Hill Farm Horse Rescue has been doing for abandoned and abused horses. Miller, a certified Equine Specialist in Mental Health and Learning, runs a program called United Neigh where at-risk youth age 12-18 work with the horses that, in turn, help the children.

Tab O'Neal visited there and talked with some of the participants and executive director Jo Ann Miller.

Credit Brook Hill Farm