Summer camp supports children who have lost loved ones

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EVERGREEN, Colo. — Mount Evans Home Health Care and Hospice is holding two camp sessions for children who might be going through a tough time.

The bereavement camp offers children who have lost a loved one a safe place to share their feelings and cope with their loss.

Licensed social works, grief professionals and volunteers will be there to supervise the children.

Camp Comfort costs $150 and scholarships are available. There are two summer sessions, June 16-18 and July 14-16.