Comfort Zone Camp: Comfort Zone Camp is a nonprofit organization that provides age-based support groups for children and young adults (ages 5-25) who have experienced the death of a loved one. Camps are free of charge and are held year-round in locations across the United States.
Camp Good Grief: Camp Good Grief was founded in 1999 as the first bereavement camp in the Memphis area. These camps provide a therapeutic experience for children and teens (ages 6-16) who have had a sibling or parent die. Attendance at these camps are free of charge. If you are in the Memphis, TN area and would like more information, call (901) 767-6767.
Camp HOPE: Camp HOPE was established in 1989 by a couple grieving the loss of their daughter. These camps are offered in the spring and fall of each year in Rosholt, WI. Campers range in age from 5-18. Retreats are offered to parents of campers where they can explore their own grief while enjoying massage therapy options, canoeing and hiking trips, arts and crafts, and the chance to create meaningful friendships with other bereaved parents.
Camp Erin: Camp Erin gives children who are grieving the death of a loved one a chance to enjoy traditional summer camp activities while being surrounded by other children who have felt the same loss. Held in both Los Angeles and Orange County, CA, these camps are only available during three weekends each summer and camp sessions are free of charge to camp participants.
Camp Conquer: Camp Conquer is a three-day camp located in Anna, TX that offers grief support for children (ages 8-14). Children explore their grief through play and work interactions, helping them realize safe outlets for healing and expression.
Stepping Stones of Hope: Stepping Stones of Hope is a nonprofit organization that offers camp experiences for children (ages 6-18) as well as camps for families and adults. These camps are located throughout Arizona and prices range from $20 to $50 per session, per participant.