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Mother says "I have my son back"

 

“Mom, I’m not alone.” Those are the words that Massachusetts camper Jason told his mother Behishta at the end of this summer following an August camp.

 

At Comfort Zone Camp, children and teens learn that they are not alone. They have a voice. They can open up with their peers and talk about the deaths that have impacted their lives.

 

Behishta said that Jason, a 5th grader, has gone to many therapists since his father died in January, but they didn’t have the impact that Comfort Zone had on him. She said that Jason talks about camp all the time now and gets excited when seeing items in the mail from Comfort Zone. 

 

“Since he has been to camp, he has been so much better,” she said recently. “I’m not sure what you all did, but I feel like I have my son back. At camp he really got to experience that he's not alone, and I think that changed him.”

 

Children like Jason are able to attend camp thanks to the generosity of others. Click here to make an impact for camp programs in 2015.  

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