Camp L4 (Live, Learn, Laugh and Love) takes place three times a year as a day camp for at-risk youth. Children who attend Camp L4 come from local domestic violence, homeless shelters or from foster care programs. While at Camp L4, children are able to participate in the usual camp activities like horseback riding, fishing and arts and crafts all while learning how to make healthy life choices!
Sunshine Club is a ten week program for children ages 5 – 11 (K-6th grade). The program uses the Kids Connection curriculum for children living in high-risk situations and provides them with the skills needed to overcome adversity and stay drug free.
Ground Zero is a 12-week intervention program for adolescents ages 11-17 who have already experimented with alcohol, drugs and other risky behaviors. This program utilizes the “Project Towards No Drug Abuse” curriculum which equips students with lasting information on a number of topics that will affect their future.