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Time: June 5, 2020 to June 7, 2020
Location: Camp Burgess
Street: 75 Stowe Rd.
City/Town: Sandwich, MA
Website or Map: https://comfortzonecamp.org/
Phone: 804-377-3430 ext.215
Event Type: camp
Organized By: Motorola and Blue H.E.L.P.
Member Activity: Feb 5
The first camp exclusively for children who have lost a first responder parent/guardian to suicide.
Friday, June 5th - Sunday, June 7th
Camp Burgess, 75 Stowe Rd, Sandwich, MA
Friday, October 16th - Sunday, October 18th
Apple Canyon Retreat Center
Mountain Center, CA
FILL OUT AN APPLICATION TO ATTEND OR VOLUNTEER:
Create Proﬁle at https://comfortzonecamp.org/
Email at firstname.lastname@example.org OR call 804-377-3430 ext.215
This three-day program is a strength-based, child-focused model, which includes age-based support groups facilitated by trained grief specialists. The program will facilitate icebreakers, conﬁdence-building activities and other activities designed to facilitate trust, expression, and interaction among them.
*Also includes a 4-hour Parent/Guardian Program on Saturday, June 6th from 9:00am-1:00pm
**All travel and lodging expenses paid for attendees and one parent/guardian.
Camp April is named after the widow of Officer Max Scherzer, April’s courage and resiliency are a daily inspiration to the Blue H.E.L.P. team. Max was unable to seek the help he needed and lost his battle on August 21, 2016. Since his death, April has been left alone to raise her then four-month-old twins with no financial benefits or support. The significance of April’s name should not be lost on anyone – April showers bring May flowers – this camp will help plant the seeds of hope for the children who have been left to deal with this tragedy.