Rose Camp is a week-long life coaching camp that allows girls to re-focus on themselves and their lives despite the daily struggles we all have in trying to stay safe right now.
Girls will learn new ways to build a solid future and a balanced life for themselves and their community. We’ll also focus on health, self-care, self-esteem and safety.
The camp is live, not virtual. Screening, mask use, frequent cleaning and physical distancing are the new normal, and will be maintained daily to keep everyone safe.
The camp is free of charge, and priority enrollment is given to girls from households which qualify for free or reduced lunch.
Q. Is Rose Camp a sleep-away camp?
A. No, it's a day camp, operating from around 8 am-5 pm Monday, Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday, March 22-25, 2021. The last day, March 26, will run a little later to accommodate dinner with campers and parents.
Q. What if I don't have a way to get myself (or my teen) to the camp?
A. We can help. Just let us know on the registration form , or you can email, text or call.
Q. What will the teens do at the camp?
A. The teens will have a chance to look at their lives, goals and dreams through a series of life coaching activities and exercises. The teens will also learn how to avoid future health problems by building healthy habits now, in the areas of physical health, a healthy mind, healthy social habits, and a healthy outlook on life, full of good supports. The teens will also hear some great speakers, and get rid of some old ways of thinking that may be keeping them from achieving their dreams. The camp will also include outings to safe and teen friendly destinations.
Q. Do participants need to bring lunch?
A. No, lunch and snacks are included.
Q. How much does the camp cost?
A. The camp is free, and teens from households who meet the qualifications for free or reduced lunch are prioritized for admission.
Q. Is the camp being sponsored by any city , state or federal government agency?
A. No, the camp is being sponsored by Fire Forged Recovery, a nonprofit organization with no government affiliation.
Q. How do i know the camp is safe?
A. Any camp assistant who comes within 1,000,000 miles of the teens will have been fully background checked via the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. All camp assistants will have been fully trained prior to coming into contact with campers. At the beginning of the camp, the campers will also be provided with information about spotting and reporting any unsafe conditions. Campers themselves will need to adhere to a code of conduct wherein everyone is treated with dignity and respect. Campers and assistants will be masked and physically distanced for the duration of the camp, except for during meals.
Q. Who are you people?
A. The Fire Forged Recovery team is composed of certified coaches and social work types with many years of experience, a dedicated board of directors, and people dedicated to the common good. Our mission is to assist people, families and communities affected by bias to achieve cultural wellness and freedom from unhealthy attachments.
All camp graduates will receive 3 months of continued individual coaching at no charge.