Currently there are over 25,000 children in the United States with HIV/AIDS.
The Laurel Foundation's medically supported residential programs are based on traditional camp programs while catering to the fragile physical and mental health of children living with HIV/AIDS. With a focus on sports, recreation, and wilderness activities, participants are engaged in the idea of healthy lifestyles. Campers set personal goals throughout the week with support from counselors and peers in achieving them.
Crucial lifelong peer support groups are formed through participation in The Laurel Foundation's residential camps and are an important source of assistance for campers. The Laurel Foundation is the catalyst for change, as children return home vitalized to rise above the isolation associated with HIV/AIDS to cultivate healthy, fulfilling lives.
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