Through strong partnerships across voluntary and statutory sectors, and deep-rooted connections with the community, we encourage collaborative working to create dynamic and inclusive person-centred community-led therapeutic programmes to enhance health and wellbeing of the most disadvantaged across communities.
Local organisations include;
The Oasis Community Centre, Wisbech Community Development Trust, a centre serving the community for over 30 years, enhancing accessibility of services for local residents, including people living in Waterlees/North Ward – one area falling within the top 10% most deprived areas of England.
The Queen Mary Centre, a building for the community located in the heart of Wisbech, Cambridgeshire.
Luminus Ferry Project, facilitating change amongst over 230 single homeless people annually.
Cambridgeshire County Council, supporting a number of projects in the community with seed funding, collaborative opportunities and expert support
Meadowgate Academy, Peckover Primary School, Orchards Primary School, Octavia TBAP Academy, as well as; Wisbech Library, Kisimul Education Group, Cambian Healthcare, Cambridgeshire & Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust, Mind Cambridgeshire & Peterborough, Fenland Bushcraft, Redbarn Creative, LEADA Drama, Clarion Futures.
National organisations include;
Green Care Coalition was established in 2016 to promote the commissioning and use of Green Care services, and to give voice to the many organisations in the UK who are committed to delivering or supporting the delivery of high quality and cost-
Hereford Community Farm founded by Directors Julie Milsom and John Trimble is an exciting facility being developed to provide inclusive therapeutic land based activities and skills training for people whom face disadvantage through disability, ill health, social need or any other condition or situation which has an impact on their daily life.
Federation of City Farms & Community Gardens helps grass roots groups create genuine benefits for their community, supporting anyone in the neighbourhood to create and nurture a green space for the benefit of their community.
IAHAIO is a global umbrella organization drawing together many associations doing exciting work in the human-
SCAS promotes the study of human-companion animal interactions and raise awareness of the importance of pets in society, and are very active in collaborating with People & Animals UK to promote mutually beneficial Human-Animal Interactions.
International Institute for Animal Assisted Play Therapy by Tracie Faa-
Other friends include;
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Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors a network of experienced and qualified pet behaviour counsellors who work on referral from veterinary surgeons to treat behaviour problems in dogs, cats, birds, rabbits, horses and other pets.
Better Out Than In supports children and young people to build resilience and inspire learning through connecting with animals and Nature. Opportunities include consulation, forest school sessions, staff training, animal assisted activities (AAA), wild events, theme days, projects, one to one programmes of engagement, the development of outdoor learning spaces and vocational support work.
Dogs Helping Kids a unique charity founded by Tracey Berridge, and is dedicated to using highly trained dogs to help teach children non-
International Society for Anthrozoology (ISAZ) is a supportive organisation for the scientific and scholarly study of human-
K9 Project is a not for profit organisation utilising the unique bond between humans and dogs to provide a range of services to people of all ages. From children and young people who are not benefiting from conventional education to adults who want to change their lives for the better, K9 facilitates a range of sessions to help them find new directions on their way.
Our Special Friends is a charitable organisation founded by Belinda Johnston, and specialises in the practical and emotional support of the human-
Paws for Progress CIC is a small but rapidly growing company, the team are passionate about promoting individualised, evidence based interventions which are mutually beneficial for both the people and animals involved.
Positive Connections founded by Jenny Stephany, aims to facilitate community based initiatives which enable the natural magic between people and companion animals to be sustained.
Society for Companion Animal Studies has established itself as the leading human-
The Playful Pooch Programme is led by Dr. Rise Van Fleet, is designed to provide canine-
Sarah Urwin is an accredited and experienced Counsellor/Psychotherapist offering Equine and Animal Assisted Therapies and Counselling, outside from her base near Exeter. She also works with practitioners and students in these approaches as Supervisor, Mentor and Trainer.
Sirona Therapeutic Horsemanship provides therapeutic and educational activities centred around horses and nature supported by a professional and passionate staff and volunteer team.
Turn About Pegasus is a social enterprise run by Tracie Faa-