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Big Bend Hospice, The Caring Tree Program

*Helps young people grieving the death of a loved one; loss does not have to be recent for youth to benefit *Outreach providing limited number of school-based grief support groups, monthly Children and Teen Nights at Big Bend Hospice, and two annual youth bereavement camps: Camp Woe-Be-Gone, one day camp for youth ages 6-12 held each spring; Teen Woe-Be-Gone, held each fall, one day retreat to meet the special needs of grieving teens ages 13-18; grief education and training *All services available for Leon County; limited services available for Gadsden, Franklin, Jefferson, Liberty, Madison, Taylor, and Wakulla Counties youth

Services: Bereavement and Grief Counseling, Camps, General Bereavement and Grief Support Groups, Terminal Illness Counseling, Volunteer Opportunities

1723 Mahan Center Blvd

Tallahassee, FL 32308

(850) 878-5310

Boy Scouts of America, Suwannee River Area Council

*Youth program offering indoor and outdoor activities to develop character, leadership, citizenship and community service; strives to instill principles of integrity, character, responsibility, and leadership; participants earn badges as they learn new skills *Cub Scouts: boys first grade through fifth grade (or 7-10); Boy Scout: boys fifth grade (or 11-17); Venturing: positive experiences to help young men and women who are 14-20 years of age and have completed the 8th grade; Exploring: Career education program for young men and women who are 15-20 and have completed the 8th grade *Camps offered: National Jamboree, Cub Scout Day Camp in Summer, and local troops schedule their camping trips and events; see website dates and costs *Adult Leadership Training and volunteer opportunities *$165/yr for Cub Scouts, Scouts BSA, Venturing and Sea Scouting participants ($5 annual increase from National, which is less than .

Services: Camps, Scouting Programs, Volunteer Opportunities, Youth Enrichment Programs

2032 Thomasville Rd

Tallahassee, FL 32308

(850) 576-4146

Boys & Girls Clubs of the Big Bend

*Programs develop qualities in youth ages 6 to 18 to become responsible citizens and leaders through personal and educational development, outdoor and environmental education, citizen and leadership development, cultural enrichment, health and physical education and social recreation *Summer camps at all locations *All backgrounds accepted; special consideration for youth from disadvantaged circumstances *Three locations in Leon County and three locations in Gadsden County

Services: Boys/Girls Clubs, Camps, Extended Child Care, Recreational Activities/Sports, Youth Centers

1311 N Paul Russell Rd, A201

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(850) 656-8100

Camp Boggy Creek

*Week-long camps for youth 7-16 with one of the following diseases, illnesses or conditions: asthma (severe), bleeding disorders and hemophilia, cancer, craniofacial disorders, diabetes, epilepsy, heart/cardiovascular, immune deficiency, gastrointestinal illnesses, kidney disease, rheumatic disease, ventilator assisted disorders, sickle cell anemia, spina bifida and transplants *Medical staff and medical volunteers on duty *Family weekends in winter, spring and fall include siblings and parents

Services: Camps

30500 Brantley Branch Rd

Eustis, FL 32736

(352) 483-4200

Children's Burn Camp of North Florida, Camp Amigo

*Annual camp for children, age 6-18, burn survivors one week each year *Bus pick up locations: Tallahassee, Jacksonville, Gainesville, and Orlando (May vary yearly according to need) *Almost all counselors are firefighters, adult burn survivors, or burn units nurses/staff; all counselors have passed a criminal background check *Check on line or call for information for date and how to apply *Camp almost always takes place in July and locations vary

Services: Camps

PO Box 368

Tallahassee, FL 32302

(850) 509-6200

Children's Tumor Foundation, The (CTF)

*Provides accurate and current information regarding neurofibromatosis and the three distinct vartiations: NF1, NF2, and Schwannomatosis to patients, families and medical field *Offers an online healthcare provider directory of doctors who specialize in neurofibromatosis and the three distinct vartiations: NF1, NF2, and Schwannomatosis linked to the NF Collective *Manages the NF Registry website where people with NF fill out an anonymized survey about symptoms and experiences on a yearly basis to assist with research and education; join on the website *In partnership witih Indiana Univerisy CTF manages a Human tissue biobank of NF1, NF2, and schwannomatosis tissue samples; link on website to reqest access for research or to donate *Holds an annual no-cost summer camp for teens and young adults ages 12 to 21 living with neurofibromatosis (NF) third or fourth week of July (6 nights/6 days) in Salt Lake City, Utah

Services: Camps, Disease/Disability Registries, General Health Education Programs, Health Care Referrals, Organ and Tissue Banks

132 E. 43rd Street

Suite 418

New York, NY 10017

Dare To Dream Young Girls Network, Inc

*Provides enrichment for girls and teens ages 6-12 through various workshops, activities, camps, field trips, planned events, tutoring, mentoring, and educational enhancement in before and after school programs *Academics support services for elementary and middle school students including classroom-based strategies where support staff monitor student performance; school-based strategies such as learning labs; after-hours strategies providing after and before school programs for homework, study skills, and mentoring; vacation based strategies including summer camp and bridge programs; and technology assisted strategies offering digital and online learning *Fees for enrichment activities: Youth in Government Program $45 Monthly Dues; Ready to Read Girl Circles $45 Monthly; Field Trips $50 out of town and $25 in town each; Saturday Art Academy $95 for four weekly sessions; Fashion by Design $95 for six Saturday sessions; Cooking classes $35 per session Saturdays *Fees for Academic services: One-on-one tutoring $52 hourly; Full Day (Florida Virtual Academic Support Services) 9.

Services: Camps, Extended Child Care, Tutoring Services, Youth Centers, Youth Enrichment Programs

215 E. 5th Avenue

Tallahassee, FL 32317

(850) 847-3875

Florida Sheriffs Youth Ranches, Inc

*Residential facilities for abused, neglected, or emotionally troubled children, ages 8-18, meeting criteria *Public schooling or alternative educational program available *Four residential centers: Live Oak (boys), Bartow (girls), Safety Harbor (boys and girls), Youth Ranch, Bradenton/Sarasota *Two summer camps for boys and girls ages 10-15 in Barberville, Inglis *Call toll-free number for information and to be transferred to any location

Services: Camps, Group Homes for Dependent Children, Juvenile Delinquency Prevention

2486 Cecil Webb Place

Live Oak, FL 32060

(800) 765-3797

Florida State Elks Assn, Therapy/Camps/Scholarships

*Non-profit fraternal organization for fellowship and social service providing therapy, scholarships, and summer camps for children *Mobile units provide free in-home physical or occupational therapy for Florida children, birth to 18 years of age, meeting eligibility criteria *Scholarships offered to college students demonstrating leadership through participation in school activities, community service and citizenship programs; students sometimes work to help out their families financially *Summer camp located in Marion County open to all children, 9-13, small fee; last week for children of military and veteran parents; paid youth counselors earn scholarships after several years of work

Services: Camps, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Scholarships

24175 SE Hwy 450

Umatilla, FL 32784

(800) 523-1673

FSU, Camp Kesem

*Camp Kesem serves children who have lost a parent to cancer, have a parent undergoing cancer treatment, or whose parent is a cancer survivor *Free six-day camp for 60 children ages 6-18 offering sports, drama, arts and crafts, nightly cabin chats, and the "Empowerment" ceremony intended to honor all camper parents and their individual family's journey *2020 date is July 26th - August 1st at Camp Warren Willis in Fruitland Park, Florida *A bus leaves from the FSU campus for transport to the camp or parents can drive children to camp *Family days are held in Tallahassee three days per year *Fundraiser usually in February; Spring Friends + Family Day usually held in October; check web site

Services: Camps

211 Westcott Bldg

Tallahassee, FL 32306

(850) 778-1125

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