Camp Weave-A-Hope Remembrance Retreat is an uplifting weekend held in a healing environment where individuals and families can find help in dealing with the loss of a loved one. Our facilities and activities are designed to promote feelings of comfort and safety while supporting campers through the weekend.
Magic happens when children, teens and adults are able to talk with others their own age who know what it’s like to lose a loved one. Age-appropriate camp activities provide a creative outlet in an atmosphere of support and understanding, including:
$150 per family - includes lodging in cabins with beds and showers, meals and activities. Receive $25 off if you register by July 1. Scholarships are available; if finances are a barrier, please call to see how Allegiance Hospice can help.
Please register by calling the bereavement office at (517) 841-6971.
Children must have completed first grade and be accompanied by an adult in order to attend Camp Weave-A-Hope.
Swelling, pain, redness and increased warmth in a leg may be warning signs of a life-threatening deep vein blood clot. If you have these symptoms, call your family physician or go directly to the Emergency Department.