Through guided, hands-on, rescue animal interaction and group activities, participants learn a variety of coping skills & strategies that help address:
*Social Anxiety *Lack of Empathy *Low Confidence
*Problem Solving *Trust *Impulsivity *Frustration Tolerance
*Inability to Focus *Setting Boundaries
*Appropriate Communication *Acceptence and Compassion
After-school program where kids ages 10-14 learn how they can make a difference for animals in our community and earn service-learning hours at the same time!
In highly supervised settings, The Shiloh Project brings recently rescued dogs into juvenile residential facilities
and alternative school programs, where troubled students can experience empathy and compassion and develop respectful and responsible attitudes
toward animals and others.