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I will learn to let things that I can’t change go and stop trying to fix them.” -KM, 16, a teen at REACH camp
Hearing others tell their stories. I know I am not alone."
-KD, adult camper, One Day at Camp 2013
It is okay to feel grief." BK, age 14, Camp Paz 2016
I can be sad and happy." ML, age 6, Camp Paz 2016
Remembering this experience will help a lot.” KA, age 11, Camp Paz 2016
Out of all the processes we have tried, this was by far the most healing." - Mother of past camper
I learned that you will never forget your loved one" -ZC, age 10, One Day at Camp 2013
A lot are experiencing the same thing so I am not alone in this.” - CV, 13, a teen at REACH camp
The camaraderie and understanding of my type of grief helped me the most." -JG, adult camper, Journeys 2013
It’s alright to grieve, but I also have to LIVE.” - KC, 17, a teen at REACH camp
I have gotten feedback from several clients I sent to the program, and I don't know what you do but it was definitely miracle work." – J.C. from a referring agency
I learned that we are all in different places and that it is OK to still be grieving." TA, adult camper, Camp Paz 2016
The Journeys Retreat gave me peace and joy....for the first time in over 5 months. I woke up on Monday and I felt joy!" -L. J., Journeys camper
I learned that it’s an ongoing journey and I’m not the only one." - CM, 14, a teen at REACH camp
I learned that it’s okay to show true feelings and to never be afraid of how you feel." -AD, age 14, One Day at Camp 2013
I learned that grief is just a feeling that we all have to deal with.” AM, age 10, Camp Paz 2016
Grief can’t be pushed away - - eventually it will come back so try to deal with it today…one step at a time." -KE, adult camper, Journeys 2013
Kids need to see that they're not alone. Camp is a safe place to move through the grieving process with kids their age and who have experienced the loss of a loved one too."
- Dr. Charles Finch, SSOH Founder