Registration is open for several Carilion summer camps
Every year, Carilion offers summer camp options for different groups of kids and teens. Registration is now open for all camps.
In session April 22 and June 17, Registration required
Camp Treehouse is a free day-camp for children and teens, ages 6 to 18, that have lost a loved one. The camp provides a caring, safe environment where youth can explore their feelings and concerns. Individual camps will be held in Roanoke on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Specific locations will be confirmed during required registration:
- April 22: Soulful Rhythms and Rhymes. Through spoken word and music, campers ages 13-18 will reflect on one’s life journey and people that have added meaning along the way. Open to all levels of writing and rhythm.
- June 17: Dance of the Soul. Campers will learn how movement and rhythm encourage healing and positive energy. No dance experience required.
As part of Carilion’s Center for Grief and Healing, camps are guided by licensed counselors and local artists. To register, download the application here or call Paula Wolfteich, Ph.D., director, at 540-853-0007 for more information.
In session June 20-23, Registration deadline is April 14
Carilion Clinic, Radford University School of Nursing and Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine are offering Camp Carilion Clinic for rising ninth and tenth-graders or above who may be interested in a future career in healthcare. Throughout the four-day camp, students will have an opportunity to learn life-saving information through hands-on exercises and interactive demonstrations, including:
- What to do in the event of an accident or life-threatening situation
- Trauma-related injuries and prevention
- Nursing skills
- CPR training
- Respiratory therapy
- Operating Room procedures, techniques, and instruments
Only ten students will be blindly selected based on application details. Download the application here and contact Lynn Cowart (Lmfreeman@carilionclinic.org) or Karri Proctor (Krproctor@carilionclinic.org) for more information.
Camp Too Sweet
In session July 10-14, Registration deadline is June 2
At Camp Too Sweet, all campers have diabetes, so children won't feel alone or different. Carilion provides positive role models to help kids establish healthy habits that will last a lifetime. Camp Too Sweet focuses on helping campers accept their diabetes, teaching them how to live a healthy lifestyle—and most importantly, on having fun! Campers interact with other kids just like themselves, who are facing the same challenges, in the beautiful and exciting setting of a residential camp.
Camp Too Sweet offers a fun-filled experience that will teach your child skills that will last a lifetime. Activities include:
- Group games
- Music and singing
- Equestrian activities (English-style ring riding)
- Adventure tubing on James River
- Low-ropes group challenges
- High-ropes course (campers junior high age and older)
- Creek exploration
- Hiking camp trails
- Polar bear swims
- Educational sessions on diabetes care
Download the registration form here. Please print the form single-sided or call our office at 540-224-4360 to request a registration form mailing.