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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 Counseling, Camps, General Bereavement 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

*Strives to instill in young people principles of integrity, character, responsibility, and leadership, preparing them to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes *Cub Scouts: boys first grade through fifth grade (or 7, 8, 9, and 10 years of age) *Boy Scout: boys fifth grade, or who are 11 through 17 years old *Venturing: positive experiences to help young men and women who are 14 (and have completed the eighth grade) through 20 years of age mature and to prepare them to become responsible and caring adults *Exploring: Career education program for young men and women who are 14 (and have completed the eighth grade) or 15 through 20 years old *Life that offers associated programs to schools and other community organizations

Services: Camps, Scouting Programs, Youth Enrichment Programs

2032 Thomasville Rd

Tallahassee, FL 32308

(850) 576-4146

Camp Boggy Creek

*Family Getaway Camp Applications currently being accepted *Week-long camps for youth 7-16; medical staff and medical volunteers on duty *Camps vary according to chronic or life-threatening conditions: spina bifida, heart, rheumatic/arthritis, cancer, diabetes, severe asthma/airways, kidney, cranio-facial, sickle cell *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, ages 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

Communities In Schools of Gadsden County

*Brings community resources, services, parents, and volunteers into schools to help at-risk students learn, stay in school, and prepare for life *After school programs offered at Title 1 schools at direction of Superintendent *Fun 2 Learn Summer Camp *Tutoring for senior high students needing to re-take the FCAT

Services: Camps, Dropout Programs, Test Preparation, Tutoring Services, Volunteer Opportunities

1131 Live Oak St

Galloway Academy

Quincy, FL 32351

(850) 661-1240

Dare To Dream Young Girls Network, Inc

*COVID-19 Update, 7/14/20: Cooking Classes postponed, camps cancelled *Provides enrichment for girls and teens ages 6-16 though various workshops, activities, field trips, planned events, tutoring, mentoring, and educational enhancement in before and after school programs *Exposes girls to interests and experiences they may not typically have access to *Academics: reading and math boot camp, group or one-on-one tutoring, ready to read girl circles (2nd-8th grade; and 9th-11th grade), Youth in Government girls (5th-12th grade) *Enrichment: cooking basics (9 sessions), passport to the arts (6 sessions), fashion by design (6 sessions), music lessons ( guitar, piano, violin, voice) *Summer camp available from June-August *Scholarships and discounts are available

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

926 E Park Ave

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(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 *Provides free in-home physical or occupational therapy for Florida children, birth to 18 years of age, meeting eligibility criteria *26 mobile units cover most of Florida *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, Student Financial Aid

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

FSU, College of Social Work, Arts/Athletics Camp

*Two one-week free summer camp for middle school youth, first come, first serve applicants *Activities arranged on-campus at various locations and the Reservation for a taste of university life to inspire future inclination for higher education; variety of experience in arts and sports *Breakfast, lunch and snacks provided *Applications accepted starting in March, must be completed and turned in by April or May (call to find out) *Camps usually held in June

Services: Camps, Summer School Programs

296 Champions Way, Bldg C

Tallahassee, FL 32306

(850) 644-4751

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