Base Camp - 2014 Project Survive - 2014
Ages 10-13 Ages 13-17
Bold Adventure, Successful Experiences A Life-Changing Experience
June 15 – 22 & June 25 - July 2 July 7 - 16 and July 21 - 30

 


Base Camp is an 7-day camp experience for pre-teens for early intervention. This program is for youth beginning to have difficulty managing their anger and emotions, struggling to transition into a place of personal responsibility, and lacking respect for others. Camp site is at Eagle Village. Cost is $750 per child with scholarship applications available.

 

Project Survive is a 10-day, intensive wilderness experience for adolescent youth. Teens who are first-time offenders, struggle behaviorally at school and in the community or who may be in need of additional support services would be ideal participants. Camp sites are off-campus. Cost is $1500 per child with scholarship applications available.

 

At-risk pre-teens and teenagers will come away from these experiences:

 

• Gaining a sense of personal self-worth


• Understanding their role in family and community


• Learning the importance of making healthy decisions, and consequences of unhealthy ones


• Having respect for themselves, others and the values of their community


• Realizing their potential by taking positive risks and learning new things


• With improved social, emotional and behavioral functioning


• Knowing more productive ways of managing daily stressors and conflicts


• Able to step out of personal comfort zone and try new things


• Positive growth experience for youth

 

Both Base Camp and Project Survive will include intensive programming and structure, skill-building modules, real-life applications and goal setting that are appropriate for each age level.

 

Courts, Counselors, Schools, & Parents may call Intake Services to

refer an at-risk child/teen or for more information

at 231-832-7298.

 

Click here for Summer Camps Flyer.