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Children’s Hospital Colorado Burn Camps Program

Children’s Hospital Colorado Burn Camps Program meets the psychological and rehabilitation needs of a child and their family following a burn injury. They receive excellent care in hospitals and clinics. At the time of discharge, because rehabilitative stays are limited and reintegration opportunities are limited for young burn survivors, some of these patients need additional support. They need a place to re-process the traumatic pathways that a burn injury can cause. They need an opportunity to connect with other survivors, to be in a supported environment where they are encouraged to challenge themselves and create a full life.

 Since 1983, Children’s Hospital Colorado Burn Camp has been providing an opportunity for young burn survivors to do this. Through partnerships with 7 hospitals nationwide, we connect survivors within a camp setting. Our intentional and individualized programming is created to address each child’s goals while working collaboratively with families and referring burn units. We tailor a growth plan to the individual’s needs. Our program meets each child where they are in the recovery process and helps them heal from the trauma experienced by a burn injury.

Referring Hospitals:

 

Legacy Emanuel Hospital Oregon Burn Center Portland, OR
Regions Hospital Burn Center Minneapolis, MN
Children’s Mercy Hospital and Clinics Kansas City, MO
Nationwide Children’s Hospital Columbus, OH
Northern Colorado Medical CenterWestern Burn Center Greeley, CO
Via Christi Regional Burn Center Witchita, KS
Parkland Hospital Dallas, TX
Manchester Children’s Hospital Manchester, England

 

 

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