"A Place of Rescue" and "A Journey to Peace."

Scatter Joy Acres

Scatter Joy Acres  is a 26-acre urban Rescue/Animal Therapy ranch in Omaha, NE. 
 We take in abused, neglected and abandoned animals. Those we that don?t find loving forever home are trained 
to become therapists in our Animal Assisted Therapy (AAT) program. 

Our certified AAT program provides help for those in greatest need in our community:
 at-risk children, the developmentally disabled, seniors, homeless, the mentally ill, veterans, and those re-entering society.


Spot the Rabbit Helps 8 year Old Girl Start Her Healing Process

Posted by Scatter Joy Acres on January 23, 2012 at 9:35 PM Comments comments (0)

Fort Calhoun, NE - October, 10 2011 - A 8 year old girl spent three weeks in a counselor’s office, never to open up and tell what had happened to her. A Rabbit named Spot was introduced to her by Soby Ranch Ministry and 45 minutes later the little girl had told Spot whom, what, and how long this had been happening to her.

We would like to invite you to come out to Soby Ranch and see how we are helping make a difference in the community with our Animal Assisted Therapy. We will have lots of activities for all, to include hayrack rides, and smore’s by the bonfire pits. The animals are awaiting your visit.

See you at the Ranch and we will show you how our animals can make a difference in your life as well.

We assist, to empower individuals and families, both traditional and non-traditional, to lead a richer and more fulfilling life by assisting them to resolve both internal and external conflicts, conflicts that prevent them from experiencing a secure since of self-worth. To achieve a better and more complete understanding of their responsibilities and the benefits of Christian stewardship as it relates to themselves, their families, and the immediate community they live in and to the environment in general.