The Story of Camp Lloyd
Lloyd was a young boy of 8 when his dad died. Feeling alone and overwhelmed, he found life got a bit better when he could be with others who had a similar loss. He found it was good to know he could talk about his feelings and realized he was not alone.
Camp Lloyd is so named to remind us that... together... we can help our hearts to get support and learn to have hope again.
Teen Connection: In this edition, teens share their grieving experiences related to a family member's death.
Heads-up For Camp Lloyd 2013!
Dates: June 17-21, 2013
At the Mauthe / Ecumenical Center on the UW-Green Bay campus
Online registration will be available January 2013.
June 15, 2013 - Orientation for Parents/Guardians and Campers
Camp Lloyd is a week long day camp that goes all day from 8:30 am - 4:00pm. It is a camp for grieving children ages 7 - 14 held on the beautiful University of Wisconsin - Green Bay campus. The camp is filled with fun activities such as arts and crafts, music, games, swimming and hiking. It is also a time for campers to explore their own experiences of grief, realize that their feelings are normal and find support from each other.
The Camp Lloyd staff consists of professional grief counselors and trained student interns from the UW-Green Bay.
Check out what the Green Bay Press Gazette write about our 2012 camp.
Check out the Fox 11 New Story about Camp Lloyd 2012:
Check out the 2011 Camp Lloyd news story from the UW-Green Bay INSIDE blog.