The Warm Springs

Care Farm

A therapeutic sanctuary for people and animals.

Warm Springs Care Farm is a not for profit 501(c)3 located in Boise, Idaho. We partner with different practitioners and agencies to offer farm-based therapies for children, adolescents and young adults.

Our Mission: to improve the mental health and well-being of families with restorative care farm experiences and therapies.

Our Vision: to be a therapeutic sanctuary where people and animals connect, learn and grow.


Winter/Spring 2022 Programs:

"Kid Training"

No kidding. It is a goat training workshop for kids that teaches social skills, problem solving, patience, frustration tolerance, confidence, and more!

Thursdays 3:30-5:15pm

Warm Springs Care Farm

Starts February 3 and runs 6 weeks


Girls Leadership:

Leadership, social intelligence, teamwork, patience, and self-awareness are among the skills learned using horses, plants and other animals.

Starts February 1st and runs 6 weeks

Tuesdays 3:30-5:00pm



"Teen Beat"- Resilience & Empowerment Through Music

Mondays 3:45-4:45pm

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

Phone: 208-960-0368

Other Warm Springs Care Farm Programs:

Calm Kids Mindfulness Workshop

Silent nature walk, yoga, mindfulness...everything today's kid needs to stay centered.

Contact Janelle Carberry for future workshops.

Warm Springs Care Farm Barn Club Volunteers

Build a farm work ethic! Connect with nature and the animals as we work the farm, care for the animals, plant and harvest the gardens, and clean. Hardworking and independent children and adults are welcome to apply with Linda Haley.

Mondays 3:30-5pm for children or by arrangement for adults or small groups.

Weekly farm tours available on Wednesdays at 5pm. Please email 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


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.

Authentic Farm Care Experience

Pygmy goats, chickens, ducks, ponies, horses and other animals teach patience, kindness, and empathy.

Animal-Assisted Therapy

Licensed Therapists work with children and adults to support healing and growth using farm-based and animal-assisted psychotherapy.

Therapeutic Programs

Goat Training

Girls Leadership with Horses

Mindfulness & Yoga

Music therapy

Community Engagement

Opportunities for children, teens, adults & groups to volunteer on the farm enable the community to connect with nature and serve the non profit. Everyone benefits!

Questions? 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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