April 13, 2012
Alive Hospice is offering two summer day camps for grieving children again this year, and there's still time to register. Camp Forget-Me-Not and Camp Evergreen are for kids ages 6-14 who have been affected by the death of a family member or friend. There is a cost of $30 per participant, but need-based scholarships are available.
Camp Forget-Me-Not will be held in Murfreesboro June 6-8. This camp is for grieving kids in Rutherford, Bedford, Cannon, Coffee and DeKalb counties. To register, call 615-907-1677.
Camp Evergreen will be held in White Bluff June 21-23. Transportation to and from Camp Evergreen is provided and will leave from Alive Hospice's administrative office at 1718 Patterson St. in Nashville. This camp is for grieving kids in Davidson, Cheatham, Dickson, Robertson, Sumner, Williamson and Wilson counties. To register, call 615-963-4732.
Alive Hospice's summer camps were created to give grieving kids the support they need after a loss. Small and large group activities help kids understand grief, learn healthy coping skills and see that they're not alone. The camps are also full of fun activities, and lunch and snacks are provided.
For more information about Alive Hospice's summer camps, individual counseling or grief support groups, call 615-963-4732.
Media contact: Jared Porter, 615-788-9525