On March 18, Susan Patricelli Regan, president of Foxfield F.A.R.M. Foundation gave testimony to the Connecticut Real Estate and Insurance Committee on House Bill 6626, lines 71-84, which references “An act requiring insurance coverage for equine therapy for Veterans suffering from PTSD” (originally S.B. 498 proposed by Senator John A. Kissel, CT District 7).
Foxfield F.A.R.M. Foundation’s president Susan Patricelli Regan presented her testimony in support of S.B. 217, raised by Senator John A. Kissel, CT Senate District 7, on Feb. 27. The Senate bill is for an equine instructional program for veterans with PTSD to be included under the Veterans Health Care coverage.
Foxfield F.A.R.M. (For A Recovery Mission) is a non-profit dedicated to contributing toward renewing the quality of life for veterans and first responders impacted by the challenges of PTSD through its groundwork equine program.
Given the importance of recognizing Veterans Day, Foxfield F.A.R.M. Foundation was grateful to have been featured on morning interviews on both WTIC with Pastor Will and WDRC Talk of Connecticut Gary Byron co-host.
The Hometown Foundation Inc (hometownfoundation.org) is a non-profit charitable foundation established in 2002, dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for individuals and their families in hometowns and surrounding communities where they operate.
Foxfield F.A.R.M. Foundation participated in the 28th Veterans Hospital Rocky Hill annual event that includes more than 30 government agencies and hundreds of social service organizations, and is open to the more than 200,000 veterans residing in this state.