Our Vision: Focus on Therapy, Recreation, Education and Exploration

TREE House of Greater St. Louis is celebrating our 44th year of improving the lives of individuals with disabilities in the St. Louis community. Since our inception, we have been a leader in the field of equine-assisted therapy. So what’s next? We want to continue to grow our programs and expand our services and facilities in each of the four branches of the TREE House: Therapy, Recreation, Education, and Exploration.

What’s Happening?

Upcoming Events

Volunteers Needed! Ages 14 & Up Welcome!

TREE House depends on the dedication and support of volunteers to operate its programs and make a difference in the lives of the clients with disabilities that we serve. No horse experience is necessary. Must be age 14 or older. Weekday, weeknight, and weekend help is needed. LEARN MORE >

The Jan Davis Memorial Garden

TREE House is very excited to reveal the Jan Davis Memorial Garden and Sunflower Drive.   LEARN MORE >



Rolling Registrations Accepted for our Equine-Assisted Therapy Programs!

Interested in enrolling a client for our therapy or adaptive therapeutic riding programs? Get the process rolling today. LEARN MORE >

Got Hay?

It costs $40 a day to provide hay and grain for our amazing herd of therapy horses. Help us care for our gentle giants! Join the Hay for a Day Club and make a one-time gift or donate $10, $25, or $40 a month.


Licensed physical, occupational, and speech therapists and/or certified riding instructors help children and adults with disabilities reach their individual therapeutic goals by using horses as part of the treatment team during weekly therapy sessions.


TREE House offers recreational riding programs and summer camp opportunities for individuals with and without disabilities. Our inclusive summer camp program, Camp Champ, is open to children ages 5 and up of all abilities and horse experience.


TREE House often hosts workshops to share our expertise with others in the equine-assisted therapy community. As we grow, we plan to offer additional educational seminars for families and practitioners in the medical and therapy fields on a wide range of subjects.


With 88 beautiful acres, TREE House offers individuals with disabilities and their families the opportunity to enjoy time together in a quiet, serene natural environment. Future plans include accessible trails, a picnic area, and playground.