Our Girls at a Glance
The CORRAL Riding Academy serves at-risk girls from eleven to eighteen who are referred by one of the many local agencies that partners with CORRAL. These agencies include Wake County Human Services, Teen Court, The Department of Juvenile Justice, local police departments, court counselors, mental health professionals, teachers and principals.
We use the term “at-risk” broadly so that CORRAL can help as many girls as possible. The distinction of “at-risk” refers to (but is not limited to) risk factors that include: poor academic achievement, likelihood of dropping out of high school, personal/family history of court-involvement, substance abuse, history of sexual, physical or mental abuse, poverty, neglect, suicidal tendencies, poor peer relations, low self-esteem, or gang involvement.
On the outside, these girls look normal, but on the inside, they are completely broken.
Meet Our Girls
Names and stories below have been altered for privacy purposes, but statistics are actual representations of our girls.