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Free service for those who have lost a loved one to suicide


Bringing people together who have shared a similar loss

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What the campers are saying

Camp Kita was so much fun, it taught me to be aa strong fighter and not let this define who I am. I want to go every year and help other children as I grow up. I would encourage any kids who dealt with suicide to go to this camp, you will love it and be glad you did it. I know it is hard!

I felt so at peace because normally you aren't surrounded by so many people that know exactly how you feel. Rarely do you run into people who have been through the same loss. I am so thankful for having the opportunity to go to camp and I can't wait for next year!

Camp was not a place where they MAKE you share your feelings, it's a choice. The staff was great as they listened and didn't try to say they knew how you felt. When I was sat camp I felt like we were all the same and like one BIG family. They taught me that I am a survivor and not different because I have only one parent.

The 2017 Brochure, feel free to download and print

*** activities are taking place at Pine Tree Camp, a program of Pine Tree Society.***