Our Mission

We strive to maximize the potential of persons with disabilities to become independent, well-rounded, self-confident individuals.
 
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Military Family Center

                                                

 

 

Healing and support for veterans, active duty military, first responders, and their families.

 

5495 Meese Rd. | Louisville, OH 44641 | Map

 

Contact: 
Missy Howard, MFC Site Coordinator 

missy@pegasusfarm.org 
330.935.2300 ext 105


Christie Nagle, MFC Outreach Coordinator 
christie@pegasusfarm.org 
330.935.2300 ext 115

Pegasus Farm is proud to partner with Rotary Districts 6650, 3131, 3132 and Walsh University to develop a comprehensive, community-based Military Family Center (MFC) to meet the critical needs of veterans, active duty military, first responders, and their families. Download the brochure

If you need emergency counseling and it is during normal business hours, please call Walsh University’s Fr. Matthew Herttna Counseling Center at 330-490-7248. Otherwise, please call the Stark County Crisis Intervention Center at 330-452-6000.   

Drop-in Hours
 

Weekday afternoons - 12-2:30 p.m.
First Saturday of every month - 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

The MFC is open for individuals and familes to come develop a better understanding of our services, as well as ask questions.Stop by anytime during these hours. If you would like to make an appointment for a tour outside of these hours, please contact Missy Howard, the site coordinator, 330.935.2300 ext. 105 or missy@pegasusfarm.org  

Programs
 

Horsemanship Sessions:  
Weekly horsemanship sessions occur every Wednesday. Please join us for weekly unmounted sessions focusing on topics such as the power of the herd, the silent language of the horse, the importance of authority, safety from the horse’s point of view, and dealing with an ever-changing environment. Call Missy for more information, or to register, 330.935.2300 ext. 105.

Events

 

May 4: Veterans Job Fair
A hiring fair for veterans, transitioning service members, and military spouses. Attendees can enjoy a pancake breakfast and visit with over ten companies looking to actively hire. Child watch is also available. View flyer. 

May 19: Family Scavenger Hunt
Parents and children will be led on an adventure through out the farm to find the next clue!

June 29: Paint Party
Families work together to develop their own piece of art!

July 27: Cook out, S'Mores, and Campfire Songs
Enjoy a perfect summer evening with the family. 


Thank you to the following foundations for supporting the Military Family Center with a capital campaign grant:

Paul and Carol David Foundation                            
Deuble Foundation
Hoover Foundation
Sisters of Charity Foundation
Stark Community Foundation
Timken Foundation
The Cleveland Foundation