Camp Fire serves about 1 million children, teens and families, according to the organization, with traditional camp experiences and outdoor programs, partnerships with schools for out-of-school time programs, and service learning for teens.
Now, fresh from an evaluation of Thriveology, Camp Fire is expanding this program to its 58 councils around the nation.
Child welfare workers can avert disasters by doing one simple thing: note red flag concerns front and center.
Who better to describe what it’s like growing up in San Francisco’s so-called underbelly than the young people who live there?
The window for the innocent, carefree days of childhood is shrinking. Children are suffering from anxiety, depression and obsessive-compulsive disorders.