Become a Volunteer

Get involved and help grieving families find hope and healing

Give A Donation

Help provide a measure of love, education and grief support

Adopt an Animal

Help provide care by symbolically adopting one of our rescue animals

Become a Volunteer

Get involved and help grieving families find hope and healing

Give A Donation

Help provide a measure of love, education and grief support

Adopt an Animal

Help provide care by symbolically adopting one of our rescue animals

VIDEOS

The beautiful videos of the Selah Carefarm capture a small glimpse of what our staff, our counselors, our volunteers, and the beloved rescue animals do each day at the 10-acre farm in Arizona to support families and individuals who are deeply grieving.

Selah House is now open.

The Selah Family House and Carefarm is the first green carefarm in the U.S. to serve traumatized and bereaved families from all over the world. It’s a place where grief is honored and held, and where people are safe to feel, to remember, and to connect with a community. All of the animals at the carefarm are loved and protected and have been rescued from abuse and trauma. The animal-human connection through a shared sense of trauma and loss is powerful. Please watch our video to learn more.

Please visit our Selah Carefarm FB page for more information: 

This fascinating video from 2017 explains what carefarming is all about and why it’s important for the future of how we treat the traumatically bereaved in our society. It includes the early research and vision behind Dr. Cacciatore’s Selah Carefarm.

Good Morning Arizona Channel 3 News features Dr. Cacciatore at the Selah Carefarm. The news story provides a glimpse at the therapeutic community that allows traumatically bereaved people to connect with nature and the animals in a safe place where they can remember their loved ones and simply feel however they need to feel.

In 2018, 288 people donated $1 each through CollectiveChange.com’s program to make a difference by helping our rescue animals at the Selah Carefarm. The story involves the journey to Olsens Grain and on to the farm to deliver the donated hay to our beloved carefarm animals. The crew highlights the important work we do with both rescue animals and bereaved individuals. (2018)

This video features the carefarm animals, our volunteers, staff, and the many bereaved families missing their loved ones who came to the Selah Carefarm in our first year.

Bereaved parents talk openly about losing their children and how they found support, and eventually meaning, within the MISS Foundation community after suffering the most unimaginable and traumatic loss. Many of our bereaved parents become MISS volunteers and help others who tragically now walk a similar path.

A chance encounter with a severely abused, starving horse on a popular hiking trail led to his rescue by Dr. Cacciatore. The beautiful horse, now named Chemakoh, became the inspiration for the Selah Carefarm and the rescues of more than 40 more tortured animals. The carefarm rescue animals now lead a comfortable life, surrounded by constant love and attention, on 10 beautiful acres of farmland near Sedona AZ.

A sanctuary for grieving families where loss is met with compassion and grief is acknowledged as love. The Selah Family House and Carefarm is the first carefarm in the world specializing in serving the traumatically bereaved. Carefarms began more than 20 years ago in the Netherlands as a humanistic therapy where farm life — working the land, caring for animals — is the basis for healing.

VIDEOS

The beautiful videos of the Selah Carefarm capture a small glimpse of what our staff, our counselors, our volunteers, and the beloved rescue animals do each day at the 10-acre farm in Arizona to support families and individuals who are deeply grieving.

Selah House is now open.

The Selah Family House and Carefarm is the first green carefarm in the U.S. to serve traumatized and bereaved families from all over the world. It’s a place where grief is honored and held, and where people are safe to feel, to remember, and to connect with a community. All of the animals at the carefarm are loved and protected and have been rescued from abuse and trauma. The animal-human connection through a shared sense of trauma and loss is powerful. Please watch our video to learn more.

Please visit our Selah Carefarm FB page for more information: 

This fascinating video from 2017 explains what carefarming is all about and why it’s important for the future of how we treat the traumatically bereaved in our society. It includes the early research and vision behind Dr. Cacciatore’s Selah Carefarm.

Good Morning Arizona Channel 3 News features Dr. Cacciatore at the Selah Carefarm. The news story provides a glimpse at the therapeutic community that allows traumatically bereaved people to connect with nature and the animals in a safe place where they can remember their loved ones and simply feel however they need to feel.

In 2018, 288 people donated $1 each through CollectiveChange.com’s program to make a difference by helping our rescue animals at the Selah Carefarm. The story involves the journey to Olsens Grain and on to the farm to deliver the donated hay to our beloved carefarm animals. The crew highlights the important work we do with both rescue animals and bereaved individuals. (2018)

This video features the carefarm animals, our volunteers, staff, and the many bereaved families missing their loved ones who came to the Selah Carefarm in our first year.

Bereaved parents talk openly about losing their children and how they found support, and eventually meaning, within the MISS Foundation community after suffering the most unimaginable and traumatic loss. Many of our bereaved parents become MISS volunteers and help others who tragically now walk a similar path.

A chance encounter with a severely abused, starving horse on a popular hiking trail led to his rescue by Dr. Cacciatore. The beautiful horse, now named Chemakoh, became the inspiration for the Selah Carefarm and the rescues of more than 40 more tortured animals. The carefarm rescue animals now lead a comfortable life, surrounded by constant love and attention, on 10 beautiful acres of farmland near Sedona AZ.

A sanctuary for grieving families where loss is met with compassion and grief is acknowledged as love. The Selah Family House and Carefarm is the first carefarm in the world specializing in serving the traumatically bereaved. Carefarms began more than 20 years ago in the Netherlands as a humanistic therapy where farm life — working the land, caring for animals — is the basis for healing.

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