How horse therapy helps HIV and AIDS community
More than 25 years since the first deaths due to HIV/AIDS, the community of those affected by the disease is still reeling from the loss of so many friends. In Los Angeles, a group of volunteers and a band of horses provide therapy for mental health issues, working together to empower and educate the lives of people both infected and affected by HIV/AIDS.
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