SCHROM BOYS' HOME
"Success Has Never Been So Close"
Schrom Boys'Home is located in the scenic Paradise Valley of Northern Idaho and is surrounded by the Cabinet, Purcell, and Selkirk Mountain ranges.
We understand the need for a structured, yet loving, environment fostering hope, belief in self, and interdependence.
Our intimate family-style setting provides a safe and supportive atmosphere where the individual needs of students become most important.
We have chosen to provide Therapeutic Home Care due to an increasing number of students with multiple placement failures and it is our desire to interrupt this downward spiral.
Our Therapeutic Home Care is focused on cultivating the mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual health of our students in natural world surroundings. Our students range in age from 13–18 and are taught to identify and resolve personal issues and develop positive, healthy lives. Through discussions, modeling, counseling, and daily accountability, your son will examine behavior patterns and learn to make productive choices.
At Schrom Boys' Home we believe that therapy is about relationships, so we provide one-on-one clinical therapy, Group therapy, Individual therapy and family therapy.
Our focus is on teaching—so every moment becomes a moment to educate. We work with students through our belief that each child deserves opportunities to practice healthy choice-making in a wholesome environment.
The small size of Schrom Boys' Home allows us the luxury of being creative and individualized as we work with your family therapeutically.
We believe that working on an interpersonal level with your son is the foundation by which we are able to help him understand his obstacles and what solutions will work in the future years to come.
Provide therapeutic experiences to students which foster an open and honest parent-child relationship and communication
Facilitate the process of learning more functional coping skills, problem solving, conflict resolution, communication skills, verbalization of emotions, and anger management
Focus the student on accountability and responsibility for his current life choices
Encourage honest and open communication of the student’s thoughts and feelings and the connection to their current choices
Ensure communication between student, care-givers, and referring schools and parents.