[Skip to Content]

Pathways Educational Services

Pathways Educational Services

Pathways Youth Education Program

Educational services at Wyoming Behavioral Institute offer individualized academic plans to help children and adolescents keep up with school during treatment. Certified teachers work with our young patients for up to four hours a day. Our goal is to engage students in the learning process and teach them to cooperate with peers and become independent thinkers.

Our structured residential treatment curriculum includes math, language arts, science, social studies, P.E. and health. Child and adolescent acute patients use material from their school unless school districts request our curriculum be used. Special Education teachers are on staff to assure individual education plan requirements are met. Read our educational services brochure for more details.

Conference calls can be scheduled with school officials responsible for student performance (as permitted by information sharing releases). We encourage tours of the hospital and interaction with community representatives, therapists and the education coordinator. We strive to inform school districts of the academic challenges students face before, during and after hospitalization.

Jerry Moore

For more information about WBI’s academic program, contact Educational Services Director/Principal Jerry Moore by calling 307-472-2267 or email [email protected].

Important Facts on Our Educational Services

  • Patient care is always our foremost concern
  • Some academic setbacks can be expected while patients focus on treatment
  • Grades are given only for work completed within our curriculum

Strengths of Our Education Program

  • Certified teaching professionals
  • Tutoring
  • Academic testing
  • Trauma-informed care
  • Highly structured environment

Educational Services at Wyoming Behavioral Institute

Seek Help Today

For more information or to arrange a confidential assessment at no charge, please call 800-457-9312. We are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

If you are experiencing an emergency, please dial 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.