Camps for Kids 6-17

Camps for KidsFour camps have been designed to help children navigate their unique grief journey – individually and together.

During camp programs children are divided into age appropriate groups and transitioned through a variety of skills-based activities. Who died and how the loved one died are also factors considered in placement, along with the best possible fit for each child. Camp topics are presented in a variety of ways including small group discussions, role-play, music, humor and art.

Themes of the weekend usually include trust, vulnerability, interpersonal relationships, guilt, anger, family dynamics, memories, hopes and dreams.

While camp for grown-ups is not mandatory for adults whose children are participating, Stepping Stones of Hope philosophically and fundamentally believes the best possible support is provided for both children and adults simultaneously.

Below are the programs designed for kids:


Register early! Payment is not required at time of registration and may be made up to two (2) weeks prior to the start of camp. For special payment arrangements, please call the office at (602) 264-7520.