The process for becoming a Stoneybrook Foundation student begins with the intake paperwork. This paperwork, filled out by a student or student’s caregiver, gives the staff at Stoneybrook a better understanding of the student’s current needs and the goals that they wish to accomplish during their time in the program. The paperwork also includes releases from medical professionals as well as vital diagnostic information.
In conjunction with filling out the intake paperwork, new students will need to schedule an intake evaluation with the Stoneybrook Foundation executive director. You can do this by emailing Rachel Cunningham at R.Cunningham@stoneybrookfounda
Although the Stoneybrook Foundation lessons are subsidized in order to keep costs low for our families, there are additional community resources resources available for those with a demonstrated financial need.
Achieva Family Trust
Achieva Family Trust offers a grant program for individuals with intellectual, mental health disorders and physical disabilities who reside in the state of Pennsylvania. Visit their website for more information about deadlines and to apply.
It is important for our students to know the Stoneybrook policies and procedures. Please download and review the participant handbook. If you have any questions or concerns, please ask your instructor or the executive director.
For more information about the Stoneybrook Foundation therapeutic riding program, the intake process, or any other questions, please contact Rachel Cunningham, executive director, at R.Cunningham@stoneybrookfounda