HABIC-forming: Dog-assisted therapy program has enduring impact
The Colorado Division of Youth Corrections utilizes a program called Human Animal Bond in Colorado (HABIC) to provide animal assisted therapy to youth in their care. The program was recently highlighted in the Colorado State University "Source" publication where it spoke about the experience of Anthony McAlister, a Certified Addictions Counselor at Platte Valley Youth Services Center in Greeley. Anthony has partnered with the HABIC program for over 10 years. To read more about the program and how it has helped youth in the Division of Youth Corrections, please read the story by clicking here.