Family Camp 2018




About Family Camp


Since 1992 we have offered a Family Camp program to anyone with a bleeding disorder who receives care in one of the six New England states. Now serving 77 families (300+ individuals) annually, Camp has earned support from many of the providers of our local Hemophilia Treatment Centers. Family Camp is June 27-30, 2018 at the Geneva Point Center in Moultonborough, NH.


Applications are closed. To be added to the waitlist, please email Heather Case, NEHA's Camp Director at: hcase@nehemophilia.org. If you were accepted into Family Camp, the registration fees are listed below. NEHA is proud to subsidize 93% of the remaining cost for your family to attend to help keep it affordable.



    



Frequently Asked Questions


Q. When is NEHA Family Camp 2018?


NEHA Family Camp will be held June 27-30, 2018 at the Geneva Point Center in Moultonborough, NH.


Q. What type of programs does Family Camp over for kids and teenagers?


There is an on site childcare for newborn to age 3. Kids ages 4-12 attend camp activities such as archery, arts and crafts, woodshop and waterfront in small groups. Youth ages 13-15 participate in the Adventure Club, a team building and leadership development opportunity. Teens ages 16+ are invited to apply as counselors.


Q. What is the online platform that NEHA uses?


We use CampDoc, an online platform that stores all of your information in a private secure section. If you filled out information last year through CampDoc your info is still there. If you forgot your password, simply enter your email and click “forget password. If you never used it, you need to create an account.


Q. When are applications due?


Applications for NEHA Family Camp 2018 were due March 12th. Applications received after this date will go on the waitlist.


Q. When will I find out if my family is accepted to camp?


Accepted families will be notified in early April. New families have priority. Families who are not accepted are encouraged to remain on the waitlist as we do occasionally have cancellations.


Q. Where should junior counselor or counselor staff apply?


Junior counselor and counselor staff should apply using the same link. Click here.


Q. How much does camp cost?


Registration fees are due upon acceptance. The registration fee is $125 for 2018 members and $175 for non members. To apply for financial assistance, you will need to contact your HTC directly to request a letter. To become a NEHA member, click here. NEHA proudly subsidizes 93% of the cost of Family Camp to make it affordable for everyone to attend. NEHA Family Camp is made possible through the generous donations of individuals, industry sponsors, and several of the Hemophilia Treatment Centers in our region. The Anneliese Seitz-Mund Scholarship fund provides scholarships to families who would otherwise be unable to afford the camp registration fee.


Q. Who do I contact if I have additional questions about Camp?


Please reach out to Heather Case, Family Camp Director at: hcase@nehemophilia.org. You can also call the office at 781-326-7645.