2017 Camp HONOR Dates are Here!
Monday, May 29th 2017 – Saturday, June 3rd 2017
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The Mission of Camp HONOR:
“Is to enrich the lives of children affected by an inherited bleeding disorder by providing life-changing camp experiences that are exciting, empowering and educational, in a physically safe and medically sound environment”
Camp HONOR is a week filled with fun outdoor activities, educational programs and making lasting friendships.
Never Been to Camp HONOR? Curious Parent?
Complete the Camper Application Process:
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!
Please take the time to register your camper and complete the appropriate paperwork. All applications and paperwork must be received by May 1st to be eligible.
Campers are accepted on first come, first served basis.
It is also important to note that all applications will be reviewed by the appropriate Arizona Hemophilia staff as well as camp medical staff in effort to determine a camper’s eligibility.
While our goal is to accommodate every applicant, camper safety and care is our top priority. If we feel we are not able to provide adequate care based on specific behavioral or medical needs, as well as staffing needs, we will inform you as soon as possible.
Otherwise, all campers will be notified of acceptance by May 9th.
Camp HONOR asks for a minimal fee of $35 for one camper or $50 for a family of two or more campers. You may request a scholarship based on financial hardship.
To register, please click below! First time campers will need to create an account on Camp Docs.
If you have any issues registering or need to request a scholarship please call the AHA and our camp director, Chelsea, will assist you 602-955-3947.
Are you eligible to be a CIT this year?
Been going to camp and look forward to a future as a camp counselor? This program is for you!
If you are 16 and 17 years old you are eligible to be a CIT! Our first year CIT’s get to know our camp program through group trainings and bonding activities while experiencing their last year in a cabin without children. The second year CIT’s get to shadow a seasoned counselor in cabin and at activities. This gives our CIT’s the opportunity to be fully emerged into camp life as a counselor before becoming a staff member!CIT Application CIT Camp Doc Registration
All campers that are ages 16-17 are eligible to be a Counselor in Training (CIT) this year!
Transitioning from a camper to a CIT is a great opportunity for those who are wanting to become a leader at camp.
All CIT’s must submit an application and a Camp Doc registration in order to be considered for a CIT position. When registering on Camp Doc you will need to submit a 2017 CIT Medical Form which can be found here.
Your application will NOT be reviewed until both are completed. When registering in Camp Docs please register as a CIT.
Those who have applied will go through an interview process with Chelsea, our new Camp Director, along with other staff members from the planning committee. This process will start at the beginning of April. All applications are due by March 30th.
CITs will be notified if they are chosen by the first week of May.
Mandatory CIT Training Retreat to be held on May 20th and 21st
Want to be a Camp HONOR Staff Member?
Want to be a Camp HONOR Staff Member?
Every year, Camp HONOR aims to hire hard-working, enthusiastic staff that share a particular interest in the bleeding disorder community. We find that these individuals often become a member of our camp family and continue to be staff as the years pass.
If you are interested in becoming a staff member at camp, please read the Staff Manual, paying particular attention to the job descriptions for the position you are interested in.
Once you have completed reading the staff manual send in an application and register through Camp Docs. When registering in Camp Docs you will need to include a 2017 Medical Form, you can find that here. Your application will NOT be reviewed until you have completed both. Once you have completed both please turn in this form to Chelsea via email at Chelsea@arizonahemophilia.org.
New staff will need to create a Camp Doc account in order to register. Please register as STAFF.
All applicants will go through an interview process with Chelsea, our Camp Director, along with other staff members from the planning committee. The interview process will begin in April. All applications are due by March 30th.
Staff will be notified if they are chosen by the first week of May.
Please click the buttons below to fill out your application and your camp registration.Staff Application Staff Camp Doc Registration
Sponsor a Child
If you would like to sponsor a child to go to camp please click here and make your donation. Remember to type “Sponsor a Child” in the Special Instructions section with any other special notes about your donation. Thank you!
Camp H.U.G. 2016 was October 21-23, 2016 and the theme was Carnival! We had a great time!
Camp H.U.G. was once again held at beautiful Prescott Pines.
Camp H.U.G. (Hemophilia Uniting Generations) is the only family camp in Arizona for people with inherited bleeding disorders. Our community includes families in Arizona with a family member (parent or child) with hemophilia, VWD, and other bleeding disorders. This is an opportunity for you and your family to live a weekend of the true summer camp lifestyle. Activities include hiking, rock climbing, arts & crafts, horseback riding, campfires, and much more! Camp H.U.G. is typically the second or third weekend of October each year.
For more information, contact us at (602) 955-3947.