CAMP TREK is the Alliance’s week-long residential camp program. It provides a week of independence, recreation and socialization for adults with brain injury, while their caregivers, who often provide 24-hour care the remainder of the year, enjoy a week of respite.
The CAMP TREK program is a unique and valuable experience for adults with brain injury, offering new challenges and opportunities for independence, the chance to establish lifelong friendships, endless opportunities to communicate and socialize, and recreational activities in a safe and supported atmosphere.
Campers take part in activities such as art, dance, poetry, swimming, outdoor sports and nature study. TREK is designed to serve adults, age 18 and older, with a primary diagnosis of brain injury. Each year we pick a theme and organize activities around that theme.
“CAMP TREK: Two Decades and Counting” tells the story of the extraordinary people who come together year after year “as one” to participate in TREK. It documents the camp’s unique blend of therapy, fun, and camaraderie as told by those who have experienced it. Special thanks to the wonderful funders, donors, and supporters who keep TREK alive and active. This film is dedicated to you!”