Site: Suttle Lake Camp
Dates: 8/22/2019 - 8/25/2019
Age Level: Adult
Cost: $25-$165 sliding scale based on what camper can afford to pay
Strength for the Journey Retreat is open to any person with an HIV/AIDS diagnosis.
A four-day clean and sober retreat opportunity for persons living with HIV /AIDS. Surrounded by the beauty of Suttle Lake, and supported by a loving and accepting community, participants will be invited to reflect, to rest, and to gain Strength for the Journey.
WHAT CAMPERS ENJOY ABOUT STRENGTH FOR THE JOURNEY
~the space to be with myself and the lack of pressure to participate if I didn’t want ~ wonderful people ~ no judgments made ~ freedom of thought without prejudice ~ the openness, honesty, friendship and love ~ the variety of activities allowed people to get to know one another quickly ~ the love, caring and acceptance that was ever present in the staff ~ the unity, food, activities, crafts and swimming--I loved EVERYTHING!~
If you would like to attend the retreat, please use the on-line registration link to sign up for the Waitlist. You will then be contacted by one of the team members to complete your registration. Additional information and forms will be mailed to you after you have spoken with our team.
For registration information, please contact our camp registrar at (503) 802-9214 or email@example.com
For camp related questions please contact Jane Petke, Suttle Lake Camp Director:
If you are signed up to take the bus from Portland/Salem to Suttle Lake Camp, please meet at the Portland First United Methodist Church parking lot (corner of 18th & Clay), next to the Goose Hollow Max station.
The bus will leave at 10am on Thursday, August 22.
There will be coffee and snacks available to pack for the trip. The bus will make one rest area stop half way to camp.