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KINDRED MATTERS
CAMP TO BELONG
A one-week long residential camp experience designed specifically to provide siblings with opportunities to make positive, childhood memories together, despite living separated. Activities at camp include an all camp birthday party, carnival night, sibling scrapbooks, campfires, arts and crafts, swimming, boating, rock climbing, archery, and so much more.

Camp to Belong is an ACA accredited camp. They are also a vendor in partnership with DHS.
Confidential Address
Eligibility: Serves youth who have separated from at least one sibling.
Hours: Camp will be held August 14-19, 2022.
KINDRED MATTERS
FAMILY CAMP
Resource (foster) parents bring their whole family–biological, foster, adoptive or otherwise–for a long weekend of workshops, family fun and community building. Kindred Matters volunteers provide supervision while parents attend training's from experts on different topics to add to their education and skills as resource (foster) parents.

This camp is ACA accredited. They are also a vendor in partnership with ODHS. Resource (Foster) parent(s) interested in attaining continuing education units (CEU) should check-in with ODHS to ensure this camp counts toward training credit.


Confidential Address
Eligibility: Serves youth who have separated from at least one sibling.
Hours: Camp will be held September 2-5, 2022.
SPARKS OF HOPE
SPARKS OF HOPE HEALING CAMPS
Offers camps and other recreational activities providing children and teen survivors of abuse with opportunities for healing and empowerment through mentoring and activities such as cooking classes, healing art, archery, wood shop, robotics, and more. Camps also feature a carnival, parade and the gifting of presents to camp participants and their siblings during the holiday season. Sparks of Hope Healing Camp operates with a model that makes it a safe camp for abuse survivors. This structure includes 2 mentors/adults per every child so that a child is NEVER left alone with an adult. Volunteers are also given Trauma Informed Care training, are thoroughly vetted for this work, and given a comprehensive background check.
PO Box 2419
Wilsonville, OR 97070
Eligibility: Serves child and teen survivors of abuse, ages 4-17
Hours: Visit website www.sparksofhope.org for more information.
SPARKS OF HOPE
SPARKS OF HOPE HEALING CAMPS