Northwest Bank 49 S Main St, Oberlin, OH beginning January 2nd. Enter our drawing to win a prize and help yourself to our brochures, bookmarks, articles etc. about our non-profit organization, Healing Companions, Inc. Learn all about how we save the lives of shelter dogs who in turn transform the lives of those severely limited by their mental illness, training these dogs as their psychiatric service dogs. A win-win situation that you can support through volunteering, generosity and by spreading the word.
We are honored to be invited by Northwest Bank as non-profit of the month.
A huge thank you to Oberlin College’s Bonner Center for inviting Healing Companions, Inc. to participate in the Volunteer Fair on 9/6/18.
We had a truly amazing time with over twenty-five folks signing up to volunteer with us. We also want to thank Oberlin Northwest bank for donating free water bottles, frisbees, key chains, shirts and goodie bags. Ahava, Jane’s golden retriever and co-therapist attracted crowds to our table and provided an afternoon of pets, cuddles and love showered upon them. We are so grateful to the Bonner Center and everyone that stopped by to learn all about Healing Companions and wanting to join us and spread the word through their social networks.
Please stop by our table and learn all about Healing Companions, Inc. and how the fabulous faculty at MSASS inspired, encouraged and supported us in our future dedication to transforming the lives of humans and animals in healing and living more productive, independent , successful lives.
Welcome Sage in joining Cyndi’s family to be trained to be Cyndi’s Psychiatric Service Dog (PSD). We are so grateful to Jennifer Mauger who helped place Sage with us. Her owner felt she would be an amazing service dog so she decided to rehome her so she could share her desire to be trained as a service dog. We are so honored to have Sage join Cyndi on her journey forward. Thanks everyone that helped make this happen!
Emma Benner is a student-athlete at Purdue University on the Cross Country and Track and Field teams. She has been very involved in the special needs community as a coach for Special Olympics Minnesota, volunteer with Challenged Athletes Foundation, and a volunteer with River Valley Riders Therapeutic Riding. She has had a lifelong love for dogs as a happy owner of many rescue dogs. Emma has volunteered with various humane societies and has loved helping find shelter dogs a loving and forever home. She says cannot wait to help grow and develop the Healing Companions organization.