Programs

New Wheelchair Lift System for HBC’s Therapeutic Riding Program

It has been an exciting week at Haku Baldwin Center as we celebrate the installation of our SureHands® body support lift system for the Therapeutic Riding Program. This lift operates on a ceiling track system installed above our existing wheelchair mounting ramp, and will help us to better accommodate a smoother, safer, and more efficient mounting experience for our riders in wheelchairs. Thank you

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Happy #NationalVolunteerWeek!

It’s National Volunteer Week and we’re celebrating all week long. Our therapeutic programs rely heavily on volunteer assistance. We have a wonderful team of people who come through our doors each week, helping us provide these programs at no cost to the community. We couldn’t do what we do without our volunteers! To all of our volunteers, past and present, we send our heartfelt

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#Volunteer with people and animals at Haku Baldwin Center

Join our volunteer team and help to make a difference in someone’s day. If you have a few hours to spare once a week, or once a month, we’d love to have you. Assist children with special needs during therapeutic horseback riding sessions or join our animal-assisted therapy/activities team on visits to facilities around Maui. Click on our VOLUNTEER PAGE for more information on

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HBC Featured on PBS Hawaii

We are thrilled to share this featured piece on our Therapeutic Riding Program, which first aired on October 31, 2013 on PBS Hawaii. Congratulations to the film students at King Kekaulike High School and teacher Mr. Ripani for putting this production together.  We enjoyed having you guys come and film at our center & are honored that you chose to feature HBC in your Hiki No project. Thank

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No-Cost Program for Military Veterans

If you are a military service member, or have a family member or friend who has served, we’d love to introduce you to a no-cost program offered at Haku Baldwin Center. Open to service members of all ages, including active duty, disabled and retired veterans, the Horsemanship for Veterans Program provides an opportunity to connect with horses in a safe and therapeutic environment.  We share natural

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