The Willow Center for Grieving Children is holding Camp Erin© in our region July 13th – 15th, 2018, at Camp Wooten State Park near Pomeroy, WA. This camp is FREE to all the campers! Camp Erin is a bereavement camp for children ages 6-17, grieving the death of someone close, whether the death occurred recently or some time ago. This overnight traditional, fun, high-energy camp is combined with grief education and emotional support. The camp is staffed by professional bereavement counselors from the Willow Center and community volunteers trained by child bereavement experts who’ve been working with children at the Willow Center.
Camp Erin, was established by The Moyer Foundation in 2002 and has grown into the largest network of bereavement camps in the country. The Willow Center is happy to partner with The Moyer Foundation to provide this unique opportunity for peer bonding between children and teens facing a similar life circumstance.
To learn more or to download camper registration forms please visit the Willow Center website www.willow-center.org. Campers do not need to be part of the regular Willow Center program to attend. The Willow Center is also recruiting caring, compassionate volunteers to join the Camp Erin 2018 team. Volunteers must be 21 years old, pass a background check, and complete required training. Interested? Look for the “Get Involved” tab on the Willow Center website to find details and a Volunteer Application; or call the Camp Director at 509-780-1156 or the Willow Center at 208-791-7192 for more information.