Our Hospice of South Central Indiana offers a Bereavement camp for children

Register by Sept. 9, 2019

Children who have experienced grief over the death of a person in their life can attend a camp to help them cope.

Our Hospice of South Central Indiana is offering Camp Eva, a half-day bereavement camp for children ages 5-12, 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sept. 14.

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Any child who has experienced the death of a significant person or persons in their lives is welcome and encouraged to attend. Camp Eva provides a structured and supportive environment for children to openly share their feelings and memories of their loved one.

Camp Eva will be at Columbus Youth Camp at 12454 West Youth Camp Road in Columbus.

Registration is open now and pre-registration is required by Sept. 9.

Registration materials are available on the Our Hospice website www.crh.org/service-centers/hospice/our-hospice-news-events/our-hospice-news/2019/06/03/camp-eva-bereavement-camp-for-kids-on-september-9-2019. A one hour parent/caregiver meeting is included as part of the camp.

Questions can be directed to Jessica Curd at 812-314-8044 or jcurd@crh.org.

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