A therapeutic sanctuary for people and animals. 

The Warm Springs 

Care Farm

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.

Let's Talk About It - a workshop series about REAL issues:

Saturday, October 14: Time is TBA - Parenting From the Barn


This hands-on workshop will give new perspectives on parenting and engage you in a lively discussion about how to help our children thrive as resilient and productive humans. Wear closed toed shoes and dress for weather!

Let's Talk About It - a workshop series about REAL issues

Friday, November 3, 3-5pm: School Refusal

Join a conversation about the struggles of school refusal among our kids. It's a big problem that is becoming more common in our youth.  If you are up against this phenomenon with your kids, then please join us for a discussion of why this is happening (mostly junior high and high school) and what we can do about it. We will gather in the farm gazebo, weather-permitting and the group will be limited to 18 people. We are able to present this workshop ON SITE at schools for no charge as well.

Contact warmsprings.carefarm@gmail.com for registration or to save your spot! These workshops are FREE to all members of the community, but donations are welcomed! All workshops take place in the farm gazebo. Register for the address and more information. Dress for weather and wear closed-toe shoes. This is a safe space to talk about real problems led by licensed therapist, Amy Hublou, LMFT.


Our programs build self-awareness, respect, social skills, hard work ethic, and GRIT. Scholarship slots available for all classes. Register with warmsprings.carefarm@gmail.com and fill out the waiver on the FAQ page of this web site. 

Barn Club

Kids volunteer to work the farm, feeding, weeding, cleaning and socializing animals. Get dirty, work together, work hard, & have fun!

Mondays 3:30-5pm (ages 8-12) FULL

Thursdays 4-5pm (grades 5-8)

Facilitated by Linda Haley, teacher/master gardener.

Self Defense Class for Junior High- FREE!

Mondays, 5-6pm

This class will help your junior high student walk the hallways with confidence, not fear.

The instructor is a black belt and makes the workouts fun and practical. Contact warmsprings.carefarm@gmail.com to register. FREE for all junior high aged kids.

Resilience & Empowerment Through Music

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) 

Field Trips:  book field trips to the farm to experience movement and breath, music therapy, garden immersion, art and animal experiences. 

Contact Linda Haley: warmsprings.carefarm@gmail.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!



Farm Based Therapy Principles learn how to incorporate plants, animals, and especially horses, into the healing process. 

The Children's Home Society Partners with WSCF to offer trainings to therapists in the Treasure Valley.

"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

A variety of wonderful volunteers make all the farm programs possible. Contact Linda Haley at warmsprings.carefarm@gmail.com if you would like to volunteer in any capacity.


warmsprings.carefarm@gmail.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.


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