Quantum Leap Farm has long-standing relationships with both our local VA hospitals. Injured service members are referred from multiple departments at James Haley Veterans Administration Medical Center, Bay Pines Veterans Administration Medical Center, various family services centers located on MacDill Air Force Base, and many other local veterans’ support organizations.
Injured service members may participate in therapeutic or recreational riding, hippotherapy (physical therapy with horses), carriage driving, kinesthetic therapy, or At EASE sessions. Once per quarter we host “Military Family Fun Day” for military families featuring a cook-out, pony rides for the kids, pony painting, arts & crafts, hay rides and all kinds of down-on-the-farm fun for everyone!
Our At EASE Program assists injured service members and their families, service members and their families in transition, and service members and their families seeking personal and /or professional development.
The At EASE Program Invites You To:
- Have fun while learning about yourself, your relationships with others and the world around you
- Learn to break down defensive barriers
- Improve bonds with others by creating equine bonds
- Strengthen your personal listening habits
- Attain immediate, honest and observable feedback with cause and effect situations
- Become empowered to expand your personal comfort zones
At EASE Programs Are Available For:
- OEF/OIF service men and women
- Active military-transitions within service
- Inactive military or veterans-transition to civilian life
- OEF/OIF spouses and family members
- Morale and team building
- Personal development
All services are scheduled by appointment only. Please contact us at the numbers or email addresses below to make appointments.
The At EASE Team includes:
Carla Staats, MA, LCDC, CAP, CTT
Behavioral Health Counselor and Trauma Therapist
|Jenna Miller, MA, RMHCI, Working Toward Licensure in the State of Florida
Co-Director: At EASE Program
Letters of Recommendation
Quantum Leap Farm works in collaboration with Wounded Warriors Family Support Organization, SOCOM Care Coalition and various other veterans support organizations.