High Hopes Therapeutic Riding Center
Centerbrook designed a new facility for High Hopes, founded in 1974, to offer therapeutic riding and carriage driving for people with physical, psychological, and emotional disabilities. The 7,000 square foot building provides space for staff, horses, and more than 300 volunteers. It includes project and meeting space, a classroom, resource center, as well as a private physical therapy room for use before and after riding lessons. The project enabled High Hopes to expand its Instructor Training Course, for which it is accredited by the North American Riding for the Handicapped Association.