“Where is COPE held?”
“What happens at COPE?”
The purpose of the weekend is to give you a chance to relax and meet other parents in similar situations. During the weekend, you will be given opportunities to connect with other Camp parents, experience Camp activities like woodshop and arts & crafts, and attend workshops on laughter, healing and much more.
“Who is eligible to attend COPE?”
Our COPE program is open to all new camper parents. If you have yet to experience COPE and are a current camper parent, please contact Rebecca Patenaude for more details: (860) 429.3444 or by email.
“Can I bring my kids to COPE?”
“Do you offer transportation to COPE weekend?”
“What is the cost of attending a COPE weekend?”
“I would like to speak to someone about COPE. Whom should I contact?”
Rebecca Patenaude, our COPE and Regional Parent Programs Coordinator, is always happy to answer questions about our COPE program. She can be reached at (860) 429.3444 or by email.
“I am a single parent; can I bring a friend with me to COPE?”
“I’m attending COPE this weekend. What should I pack? ”
“How can I stay connected with other camper parents?”
There are lots of opportunities to connect with camper parents. Beyond our COPE weekends, there are parent activities at Family Weekends and CampOut events and plenty of volunteer options.
“My camper has aged out. Can I still volunteer with parent programs?”
Absolutely! Volunteer opportunities are open to parents and caregivers of current and aged out campers.