Offered every fall, winter, and spring in Frankfort, IL.
July 13-17, 2020
Trinity Christian College
6601 W. College Dr. Palos Heights, IL 60463
$450.00/person ($250.00 for day-time participants)
A non-refundable deposit of $100.00 is required to secure your spot at a the camp. The remaining payment is due at least 30 days before the scheduled camp date. The financial aid request deadline is May 10.
ForeverU's personal development camps empower 7-12 grade students with life skills and techniques that help them establish a road map for where they hope to go in life.
These overnight experiences consist of self-discovery sessions with guest speakers, group discussions, personal growth and mindfulness workshops, and other self-care activities that introduce students to the greatness within them.
Who Should Participate?
These camps are highly encouraged for 7-12 grade students who are experiencing an emotional or situational form of adversity. Examples of these adversities would include bullying, depression, anxiety, difficult home life, etc.
If you are unsure if you or your child would benefit from participating in these camps, please reach out to us by completing the contact form found on our website.
To get the most out of the camp experience, students should be open to personal growth, positive change, and have the willingness to take responsibility for their own learning. A student should not participate in this camp if they are actively in danger of harming themselves or those around them.
What Does Tuition Include?
Housing and a meal plan for the week.
Guided program materials and journal.
Access to a mentor and peer support group.
Receive an all-access membership to life-readiness programs offered through local ForeverU Classrooms.
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.
Things to Know
The mentor to student ratio is 1:4.
We offer financial aid to all students. Scroll down to find the financial aid request form.
All parents/guardians are required to attend an “Exit Workshop” before checking out their child.
Mentors undergo a screening process that includes an in-depth interview and background check.
Mentors are required to go through a training workshop in partnership with Silver Oaks Behavioral Hospital.
We have a nurse and licensed counselor on-site.