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WAYNE SCHWEIZER

This ministry is made possible with Wayne's dedication to serving the Lord. He manages the business aspects and the physical labor involved in maintaining a 10-acre horse ranch. He truly has a heart for God and the people who come to Safe Haven.

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CHERYL SCHWEIZER

Cheryl is a Licensed Specialist Clinical Social Worker (LSCSW) who has worked with children and families since 1984. She has received EAGALA (Equine-Assisted Growth and Learning) training. She loves serving the Lord by working with children and horses.

JOSIAH KING

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Starla is a horse girl at heart and designer by day. As horse manager at Safe Haven, she leads opportunities for our junior wranglers and loves discovering new ways for kids to connect and grow in their horsemanship skills!

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PASTOR BRIAN GRIFFIN

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Josiah horse experience comes from working cattle ranches. We call him our Auger. It is a cowboy term for "Big Boss."Josiah manages our horse activities. He is experienced, trustworthy and makes the horse activities fun.

Pastor Brian is the Middle School Pastor at Lenexa Baptist Church. He has a deep understanding of God's Word and has extensive experience working with youth. Both Pastor Brian and his wife, Cassity have been a tremendous asset to Safe Haven's camps. Both of them are wonderful group leaders amd Pastor Brian leads many of our devotions. They both have a great way of reaching kids. Cassity has taken many of our camp photos - they're pretty amazing!

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Interested in Volunteering?

Volunteers are the core of our team. Our experience spans from horse trainers and handlers, teachers, administrators and childcare workers.
 

You don't have to have horse skills to volunteer at Safe Haven, although we are always looking for people with horse experience. Many of our volunteers help with mentoring children during horse camps, encouraging them to complete the camp.

For many kids, just having someone listen to them is a big deal.  Most people would agree that today’s children and teens face pressures and challenges that are far greater than ever before.