Overnight Camps

During the winter and summer months, ForeverU offers overnight camps that empower students with life skills and techniques that help them establish a road map for their ideal life path.​ These camps consist of self-discovery sessions with guest speakers, group discussions, personal growth and mindfulness workshops, and other activities that introduce students to the greatness within them.

Student Profile of Camp Participants

Our ForeverU camps are highly encouraged for students grade 7-12 who are looking for a compassionate community of young people that provides program participants with a sense of purpose, hope, and belonging. To get the most out of their peer group experience, students who choose to participate should be open to personal growth and positive change, take responsibility for their own learning, and be supportive member of the ForeverU community.

NEXT CAMP

TBD

Check-In:  07.13 | 10:00 am

Check-Out: 07.17 | 2:00 pm

TRINITY CHRISTIAN COLLEGE

6601 W. College Dr.

Palos Heights, IL 60463

$450.00

Non-refundable deposit of $100.00 required to register.

Frequently Asked Questions

What kind of training do the camp mentors go through?

All mentors are required to undergo a background check and video interview with our mental health subcommittee. If selected, they are required to complete our online mentor training program in partnership with Silver Oaks Behavioral Hospital.

What are the requirements for camp mentors?
Mentors must be at least 21 years of age, a certified Mandated Reporter in the state of Illinois, be passionate about youth development and mental health advocacy, and must have at least an undergraduate degree in social work, psychology, or a related field.

Is staying overnight required to participate in the camp?

No. Students are able to enroll as a day-time camper during the registration process.

What is the housing style for overnight students?

Overnight students stay in housing that is gender specific and is overseen by a our camp staff that we have on-site. Students are not allowed to visit the floor of the opposite gender.

Do you accommodate student dietary restrictions?

Yes. All dietary restrictions are required to be submitted during the registration process and are then shared by the lodging facility hosting the camp.

Do you have a certified nurse or licensed counselor on-site?

Yes.​ We have a certified nurse who stays with us the entire week and we also have a licensed counselor who is available during the day for students in need of professional oversight, support, or direction.

How do you handle student medication?

Parents/guardians are provided with a medication schedule that is required to be completed prior to camp arrival. This medication schedule and the specified medication is then provided to the camp nurse at check-in. The camp nurse is responsible for managing and distributing all student medication.

How can my child stay involved with ForeverU after the camp?

Following the camp, students are encouraged to participate in our one-day retreats where they receive access to an assigned mentor and local peer group that meets on a weekly basis. In addition to this, students can continue to participate in our future camps and other programs we offer during the year.

Do you offer financial aid to students?

Yes. We provide financial assistance to all students who wish to participate in a ForeverU camp experience.​ To request financial aid, the parent/guardian must complete the financial aid request form which can be found by clicking on the "Request Financial Aid" button.

What does camp tuition include?

The tuition for each student includes a welcome gift, housing and a meal plan for the week, guided program materials, access to all camp activities and workshops, an assigned mentor and local peer group.

Disclaimer: ForeverU is classified as a youth development organization. Please know that our volunteers, employees, and representatives are not medical professionals. We are a community of individuals who are passionate about offering support and belonging to youth on their mental health journey. The information and programs we provide are meant to encourage and support students and is not meant to replace the advice or expertise of medical professionals.

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