For veterans, help is one gallop away at SUNY Cobleskill

Albany native and Army veteran Adam Halloran has a special connection to horses. His love for riding horses started seven years after he left the military, but it was a long road that took him to where he is today.

“You know, I suffered from mental illness, alcoholism, substance abuse. What started out as a doctor’s prescription got out of hand pretty quick,” Halloran said. Through the VA, he joined the SUNY Cobleskill Therapeutic Horsemanship program, which teaches veterans how to ride, at no cost.

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