Camp Ohana

Weekly sessions June 14–July 7

Free. *Registration is limited to one weekly session per child.

Learn more about the scheduled activities for each weekly session and register below.

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Session 1: June 14-16

Tuesday, June 14

Activity: Surfing and beach day with Carmel Surf Lessons

Location: Del Monte Beach

Time: Arrive at the beach 1:20 p.m. and leave for LAMS at 4 p.m.

What to bring: Bathing suit (worn underneath clothing), clean pair of undergarments, towel, water, and a sense of adventure.

Provided: Wetsuits, boards, sunscreen, and snacks Outcomes: Mindfulness and improvement of self-efficacy through success in this goal-directed activity. Students will also learn about the importance of failure and how to effectively manage thoughts and feelings around failure.

Wednesday, June 15

Activity: The Equine Healing Collaborative (no riding will be involved)

Location: 10101 Equestrian Place, Salinas

Time: 1:30–4:45 p.m.

What to wear and bring: Please wear long jeans. Boots are preferred; however, any closed-toe shoe is appropriate. No sandals due to safety. Bring water and a hat.

Provided: Snacks and sunscreen For more information about this program, visit equinehealing.org. Outcomes: Build community and connection, process emotional states, gain coping skills of mindfulness, have presence and awareness, gain insight, and reduce stress.

Thursday, June 16

Activity: Art with The Youth Arts Collective

Location: LAMS Time: 1–3 p.m.

Provided: Snacks

Outcomes: Improve cognitive and sensorimotor functions, foster self-esteem and self-awareness, cultivate emotional resilience, promote insight, enhance social skills, and reduce and resolve conflicts and distress.

Session 2: June 21-23

Tuesday, June 21

Activity: Surfing and beach day with Carmel Surf Lessons

Location: Del Monte Beach

Time: Arrive at the beach 1:20 p.m. and leave for LAMS at 4 p.m.

What to bring: Bathing suit (worn underneath clothing), clean pair of undergarments, towel, water, and a sense of adventure. Provided: Wetsuits, boards, sunscreen, and snacks

Outcomes: Mindfulness and improvement of self-efficacy through success in this goal-directed activity. Students will also learn about the importance of failure and how to effectively manage thoughts and feelings around failure.

Wednesday, June 22

Activity: The Equine Healing Collaborative (no riding will be involved)

Location: 10101 Equestrian Place, Salinas

Time: 1:30–4:45 p.m.

What to wear and bring: Please wear long jeans. Boots are preferred; however, any closed-toe shoe is appropriate. No sandals due to safety. Bring water and a hat. Provided: Snacks and sunscreen For more information about this program, visit equinehealing.org.

Outcomes: Build community and connection, process emotional states, gain coping skills of mindfulness, have presence and awareness, gain insight, and reduce stress.

Thursday, June 23

Activity: Art with The Youth Arts Collective

Location: LAMS

Time: 1–3 p.m.

Provided: Snacks

Outcomes: Improve cognitive and sensorimotor functions, foster self-esteem and self-awareness, cultivate emotional resilience, promote insight, enhance social skills, and reduce and resolve conflicts and distress.

Session 3: June 28-30

Tuesday, June 28

Activity: Surfing with The Wahine Project

Location: Del Monte Beach

Time: Arrive at the beach 1:20 p.m. and leave for LAMS at 4 p.m.

What to bring: Bathing suit (worn underneath clothing), clean pair of undergarments, towel, water, and a sense of adventure.

Provided: Wetsuits, boards, sunscreen, and snacks

Outcomes: Mindfulness and improvement of self-efficacy through success in this goal-directed activity. Students will also learn about the importance of failure and how to effectively manage thoughts and feelings around failure.

For more information about this nonprofit program, visit thewahineproject.org.

Wednesday, June 29

Activity: The Equine Healing Collaborative (no riding will be involved)

Location: 10101 Equestrian Place, Salinas

Time: 1:30–4:45 p.m.

What to wear and bring: Please wear long jeans. Boots are preferred; however, any closed-toe shoe is appropriate. No sandals due to safety. Bring water and a hat.

Provided: Snacks and sunscreen For more information about this program, visit equinehealing.org. Outcomes: Build community and connection, process emotional states, gain coping skills of mindfulness, have presence and awareness, gain insight, and reduce stress.

Thursday, June 30

Activity: Art with The Youth Arts Collective

Location: LAMS

Time: 1–3 p.m.

Provided: Snacks Outcomes: Improve cognitive and sensorimotor functions, foster self-esteem and self-awareness, cultivate emotional resilience, promote insight, enhance social skills, and reduce and resolve conflicts and distress.

Session 4: July 5-7

Tuesday, July 5

Activity: Surfing with The Wahine Project

Location: Del Monte Beach

Time: Arrive at the beach 1:20 p.m. and leave for LAMS at 4 p.m.

What to bring: Bathing suit (worn underneath clothing), clean pair of undergarments, towel, water, and a sense of adventure.

Provided: Wetsuits, boards, sunscreen, and snacks

Outcomes: Mindfulness and improvement of self-efficacy through success in this goal-directed activity. Students will also learn about the importance of failure and how to effectively manage thoughts and feelings around failure.

For more information about this nonprofit program, visit thewahineproject.org.

Wednesday, July 6

Activity: The Equine Healing Collaborative (no riding will be involved)

Location: 10101 Equestrian Place, Salinas

Time: 1:30–4:45 p.m.

What to wear and bring: Please wear long jeans. Boots are preferred; however, any closed-toe shoe is appropriate. No sandals due to safety. Bring water and a hat.

Provided: Snacks and sunscreen For more information about this program, visit equinehealing.org.

Outcomes: Build community and connection, process emotional states, gain coping skills of mindfulness, have presence and awareness, gain insight, and reduce stress.

Thursday, July 7

Activity: The Escape Room

Location: 599 Lighthouse Avenue, Monterey

Time: 1:15–3:30 p.m.

Provided: Snacks

Outcomes: Become more competent at creative problem solving as a team and understand critical thinking strategies, such as divergent thinking. Also, learn how individual values and ethics affects decision-making, and learn how to guide a team through the decision-making process.

*Note: This is not a scary Escape Room. There are no locked doors and an adult will accompany students at all times.

Contact Ohana

Call (831) OHANA01 (831-642-6201) or email ohana@montagehealth.org. Expect us to answer you within one business day.

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