Camp C.O.P.E.

Special Camp Helps Kids Cope with Parents in Combat

Camp C.O.P.E.

Camp C.O.P.E.
Camp C.O.P.E.
Camp C.O.P.E.
Camp C.O.P.E.
Camp C.O.P.E.
Camp C.O.P.E.
Camp C.O.P.E.
Camp C.O.P.E.
Camp C.O.P.E.
Camp C.O.P.E.
Camp C.O.P.E.
Camp C.O.P.E.
Camp C.O.P.E.
Camp C.O.P.E.
In another exercise, Hunter holds a ball that represents possible emotions. Elizabeth Reep, co-founder of the camp, said, "They think that they're just there having a good time, but the activities are indirect, and they help them to talk about what they've experienced." (ABC News)
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