God bless you all.
I was in a depressed state and wasn't on my meds and sleeping 16 hours a day and really not living.
You may ask why should I go to this place, I can answer that question and that is give it a chance. The staff is so wonderful.
Our son has been a community member at CooperRiis
Let's start with level A: A well researched
Now, for level B. This program hasn't been around for nearly as long, and it shows in rather obvious ways. You will rarely get a clear answer if you are confused about why something cannot happen the way you would expect it to. If you want or need a ride somewhere,
Good morning from the #CooperRiis barnyard. It’s going to be a beautiful day and a day to rejoice in knowing that #Recovery from mental illness is real and happens with the assistance of our dedicated staff at #cooperriis.
Meet “Cowboy”... our newest CooperRiis member.
Cowboy is a 25 year old “gentle giant”... an American Quarter horse.
Cowboy loves carrots, forehead scratches, and hugs. He is a retired barrel racing horse and has been used to teach young riders for many years. He now lives with us and cared for by Emily Rickenbaker Moyer, and our residents. He will no longer be used for riding, he’s become an #equinetherapy horse and his gentle demeanor will help many in their #recovery.