Camp BELIEVE | July 23-28, 2017

Camp BELIEVE is an overnight camp for children and youth ages 7-17 who are impacted by a parent's mental illness.

Mental illness does not discriminate. It impacts people of all ages, genders, races and economic backgrounds. Parents who struggle with mental health concerns may worry about the impact the illness has on their children. Camp BELIEVE is a place where kids can connect with others with similar family experiences and learn healthy coping skills while engaging in camp activities.

Campers ages 16 and 17 can join our Leaders in Training (LIT) program.

 

A multidisciplinary team of support staff stay on-site throughout the duration of camp to provide resources and facilitate mental health-related sessions each day. Staff are available around the clock to provide emotional support to campers during their time at Brigadoon Village. We also have nursing staff on site to help campers have a fun and stress-free experience. 

For more information please contact Sandy Morrow at: info@brigadoonvillage.org or by phoning 1-888-471-5666.

Camp BELIEVE is made possible through the generous support of the Mental Health Foundation of Nova Scotia.

Camp BELIEVE is made possible through the generous support of the Mental Health Foundation of Nova Scotia.