- Child / Youth Programs and Activities
- Crisis and Abuse Lines and Shelters
- Employment Services
- Family Support
- French Language Services
- Government Services
- Housing / Financial / Legal Supports
- Indigenous Services
- Mental Health
- Newcomer Services
- Parent / Caregiver Skill Building
- Parenting Infants and Toddlers (0–2.5)
- Parenting Preschoolers (2.5–4)
- Parenting School-Aged Children (4–13)
- Pre and Post Natal Care
- Seniors Services
- Special and Complex Needs
- Urgent Needs
- Urgent Needs Supports
- Youth Services
Unicamp of Ontario
Unicamp is a Unitarian Universalist camp that is committed to providing a safe and welcoming seasonal camp and spiritual retreat to our diverse community. Our programs and activities are designed to grow awareness and practice of our UU values in which our camp is rooted. These values include the understanding of the importance of each person, the quest for kindness in all we do, and that we are free to learn together and search for what is true. We affirm that all people need a voice, and work to build a fair and peaceful world and care for our sacred earth with awareness to the interconnectedness of all things.
1. We provide programs that engage in religious exploration and build an inclusive multigenerational community:
- Unicamp hosts four weeks of children’s overnight summer camps which include opportunities to discuss spiritual and social justice matters and nourish their souls.
- Programs for Youth: Youth are on a journey of discovery. Unicamp supports them by providing time to relax, make new friends, and lend a hand around camp. We support youth from all paths of identity to grow into their sense of self and be confident individuals at camp and at home.
2. We nurture leadership and life skills by offering learning opportunities to children, youth, and adults:
- Youth Leadership Camps grow the leader and role model that already exists within to equip youth to grow in leadership at Unicamp and in their own communities. Youth grow and develop a sense of self and the skills required to excel as part of a team.
- Adult programming around topics of art, nature walks, food security, health and wellness (mindfulness, meditation, yoga), and queer issues (family relationships, creating support networks, discussion on gender).
- Volunteer opportunities and employment opportunities throughout the open season.
3. We engage people in practicing environmental stewardship and respecting the interdependent web of all existence through education, conservation, and the enhancement of Unicamp’s natural habitat.
|Street Address||638159 Prince of Wales Rd.|
|Service Hours||May - October|
|Who can use this service||Children - Youth - Adults - Seniors|
|Cost||Variable (See website)|