In 2022, Jordan River Village provided free, inclusive, medically supported camp programs, on and off campus to more than 6,000 children living with serious illnesses and disabilities. See all of our accomplishments here
A study by the Yale School of Medicine Child Study Center proved that positive camp experiences strongly affect a child’s recovery. Our campers have:
In addition, the entire family’s emotional well-being is enhanced by the effects of a camper’s experiences.
Results from a more recent study conducted by the American Camp Association and the University of Utah, showed that these camp experiences are useful to campers when they grow up. And a newly published impact study conducted by the American Institutes for Research® (AIR®) showed an overwhelming correlation between experiences camp and the development of lasting outcomes such as: willingness to try new things, appreciation of diversity, self-identity, empathy and compassion, self-confidence, perseverance, and friendship skills.