Summer Programs & Camps

  • Therapeutic services for grieving children and their families. Also offer a 8 week and monthly support groups, Kids Kamp, and Teen Camp.
  • "Who Am I Now" is a 6 week summer program for children ages 4-16 who are adjusting to a parent's death or divorce. Also offer adult coping programs and support groups 4 times a year.
  • Day and overnight camps offered. Activities include horseback riding, swimming, archery, crafts, and much more. Counselor training camps are available for youth age 14 and older.
  • After school programs, year-long programs, one day workshops, and summer drama programs (including special needs programs) available for youth in grades K-12.
  • One week camping experience in July for children ages 8-16 with learning disabilities or attention deficit disorder. Fee is $470 (early bird rate is $430). Supportive friends and siblings are welcome. Older kids can attend if they have attended several years prior.
  • This camp is for youth and adults with physical, mental, and emotional disabilities. Fun activities with an emphasis on self-discovery. Camp is a place where gifts are recognized and campers are challenged in new ways. Campers are accepted for who they are and encouraged to grow in self-reliance and faith.
  • Day camps and educational programs for children, toddler to 6th grade. Camps range from $45-$225 depending on type of camp and if family is a Fontenelle Forest member. $40 registration fee for all camps, scholarships are available.
  • Week long camp for children, ages 6 and up, and adults with disabilities. Special camps for Autism.

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