A therapeutic sanctuary for people and animals.
The Warm Springs
UPCOMING PROGRAMS ON THE CARE FARM:
FARM LIFE for HOMESCHOOLERS
Under the instruction of an equine facilitator, students will learn about themselves and develop physical and emotional well-being as they work the farm and take care of the land and farm animals. Farm chores, animal care, nature art, gardening and mindfulness will all be a part of the Farm Life class. Limited spaces available.
Thursdays or Fridays
10-12, (TBA depending on who registers)
$60/month suggested membership donation
To register, email email@example.com and fill out the waiver on the FAQ page.
This tea and talk was FANTASTIC! We are hoping to plan a Managing Narcissists 2.0 Workshop to address TEENAGERS. If you are interested in this topic, please reach out: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please reserve your spot: email@example.com
This is a series of workshops we created to help kids 8-16 who would benefit from GRIT and RESILIENCE. They will be pushed mentally, physically, and emotionally, and they might get dirty!!
Warm Springs Care Farm is a not for profit 501(c)3 located on the east end of Boise, Idaho. We partner with different therapeutic practitioners and agencies to offer farm-based therapies for children, adolescents and young adults.
Our Mission is to improve the mental health and well-being of families with restorative care farm experiences and therapies.
Our Vision is to be a therapeutic sanctuary where people and animals connect, learn and grow.
SPRING 2023 CLASSES AT WARM SPRINGS CARE FARM
Our programs build self-awareness, respect, social skills, and GRIT. Scholarship slots available for all classes.
New GROUP CLASSES and WORKSHOPS:
FARM LIFE FOR HOMESCHOOLERS- Thurs or Fri, 10-12. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
THE GRIT SERIES- April, 8, 15, & 22 from 2-4pm at WSCF (Suggested Donation: $10/class)
The what, why and how of how to build GRIT and perseverance skills form some of the toughest, wisest survivors and "old world" tough folks you'll ever meet. For more information, contact: email@example.com
April 8: Spiritual Grit- how can faith get you through life's big challenges? Come hear from a true SURVIVOR. Set your own intentions and foundation for building grit.
April 15: Physical Grit- get ready to get dirty, test yourself (the "old world" way) and to learn about how to endure physical challenges with breath, focus and intention.
April 22: The Grit Toolkit- the mental strategies for getting through ANYTHING life will throw at you.
Other programs in the works:
a. Summer Camp: ART ON THE FARM for June 2023
b. Women's Support Group/Equine - to be offered in the morning at the farm and run by an equine facilitator.
If you are interested, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org
Resilience & Empowerment Through Music
Wednesdays at the Farm
Teen Beat @ 5:00 - 6:00 PM
Spring Session #2 (6-weeks) January- April
Have fun while learning to build healthy relationships through creativity and music! Students will learn team building, distress tolerance and anxiety reduction, listening skills and development of empathy, mindfulness, creativity as a means of emotional expression & self-care, self-awareness & improving communication.
Facilitated by: Ian Wilkerson, MT-BC
To Register: www. .org/contact-us
Phone: 208-960-0368 (for Ian/Music Classes only)
BARN CLUB- barn chores & animal care
NEW GROUP: Thursdays 4-5pm (ages 5-8) May 4-April 2023- 3 spaces left!
Work the farm, take care of animals, and help the garden bloom. Independent and hardworking kids are welcome to apply with Linda Haley. Suggested voluntary donation of $40/month.
OLD GROUP: Mondays 3:30-5pm FULL
Ages 8 and up. Work the farm, take care of animals, and help the garden bloom. Independent and hardworking kids are welcome to apply with Linda Haley.
Contact Linda: email@example.com
Please fill out the participant waiver form located on the FAQ page of this web site. Open the drop down menu at the top left of this page. Thanks!
Weekly farm tours and field trips available by request.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for an appointment.
"I left the training feeling excited and with a full heart. I truly appreciate (and resonate) with your “out of the box” approach to helping heal families and our community."
-Kara Kang, Riverstone Counseling
FARM-BASED THERAPY TRAININGS
FOR TEACHERS AND NURSES- therapeutic self-care workshops and retreats available upon request.
Farm Based Therapy Principles learn how to incorporate plants, animals, and especially horses, into the healing process.
Contact the Children's Home Society Training Institute for future training dates.
The Children's Home Society Partners with WSCF to offer trainings to therapists in the Treasure Valley.
email@example.com to get more information on the farm.
Contact Amy Hublou, MFT at Imagine That Farm for therapy or social groups.
100% of your donation will go towards providing therapy scholarships so that families in need have access.
Thanks to the generous donors at our fall 2021 fundraiser, the WSCF now offers therapy scholarships.
THANK YOU TO THE GENEROUS BUSINESSES WHO SUPPORT THE WARM SPRINGS CARE FARM:
Terravita Landscape and Garden
Idaho Whitewater Unlimited
The Discovery Center and the Idaho Botanic Garden
The Lotus Tree Sensory Integration Center
The Studio Salon
Steph Teeter Art
Center for Healing and Expression
Janelle Carberry Yoga
Imagine That Farm!, Giddy Up Farm, Warm Springs Care Farm
Chrissy Ray Photography
Perspire Sauna Studio
Stillwater Float Center
Rocket Express Car Wash
To love is to serve.