Preparing for Camp
- All prescription medication must remain in its original container, labeled with the camper's name, name of medication, current dosage, times taken per day, physician's name, and pharmacy name.
- All over-the-counter medication must remain in its original container, labeled with the camper's name, current dosage, time and purpose for which it is to be administered.
- DO NOT SEND MEDICATIONS IN DAILY DOSE CONTAINERS! According to state law, we cannot dispense medications to minor campers if said medications are not in the original containers.
- Feel free to send along instructions or more detailed information that would help our staff further assist your camper(s).
- Remember to pack your camper's inhaler or Epi-Pen!
- At check-in, our medical personnel will make a health assessment by asking some general health questions.
- All medications will be collected by the medical personnel upon arrival at camp. Please remind your camper to have their medications with them when they come to check-in.
- NO medication, prescription or over-the-counter, are allowed in cabins with minors. They will be kept in a locked area by our staff.
- Asthma inhalers may be kept with the camper. Epi-pens will be kept with either the camper or the camper's family/cabin leaders for quick access.
- Our medical personnel will make arrangements to dispense medication(s) at the appropriate time(s) with each camper. Please remind your camper to see the medical personnel for their medications each day.
- On the last morning of camp, the medical personnel will be available for the camper(s) to retrieve their medications.
- Please let us know of any early departure so we can be sure to get your camper their medication(s) before leaving.