CTR | Affiliations & Memberships
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Affiliations & Memberships

International Memberships

CTR is a Model Program through the Equine Assisted Growth and Learning Association.  EAGALA is the leading international nonprofit association for professionals using equine assisted therapy, utilizing horses to address mental health and human development needs.  Model Programs are offered in 50 countries around the world, and CTR is proud to offer these special experiences to Harford County residents and the regional community.

PATH International
CTR is a Member Center of PATH International, the Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International.  PATH International is dedicated to promoting safety and optimal outcomes in equine-assisted activities and therapies for individuals with special needs.  As a Member Center, CTR is a part of a community of over 850 centers that are located all around the world.

National Memberships

American Hippotherapy Association
As a regional provider of hippotherapy (physical therapy on horseback), CTR is happy to be a part of the AHA!  This organization seeks to educate and promote excellence in the field of equine assisted therapy.

State Memberships

Maryland Association of Nonprofit Organizations
CTR is a member of this dynamic statewide organization that is committed to helping each nonprofit fulfill their mission by providing on-going educational opportunities and resources.

Maryland Horse Industry Board
CTR is a licensed stable through the Maryland Horse Industry Board, which is governed by the Maryland Department of Agriculture.

Local Affiliations

CTR is also a member of the Bel Air Downtown Alliance.

Other Memberships

CTR’s professional staff members hold personal memberships and/or board positions with:  the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP); the Local Management Board; and the Bel Air Downtown Alliance.