Children's Safety Camp, a program of Lifelines Counseling Services' Outreach & Education department.
Lifelines Counseling Services will host an enhanced children’s summer safety program. This program will be taught with joint cooperation from the Mobile Police Department, Mobile Fire-Rescue, Lifeguard Ambulance, Alabama Task Force K-9 search and Rescue, and Mobile County Sheriff’s Department Flotilla, to provide the children of our community important safety awareness, lifesaving skills, and training.
The objective is to provide an early education program for elementary school children (ages 5-12). The program, which will be held on the St Paul’s Episcopal campus, will teach children about personal safety including good, bad and uncomfortable touch, stranger awareness, vehicular, pedestrian, bicycle, and fire safety. The skills taught during this program will empower children with the ability to avoid needless accidents and instill good safety habits at an early age. This safety program is unique in that it is a proactive approach to children's safety education, as opposed to reacting to an incident involving a child after the fact.
The Children's Safety Camp is Monday – Thursday 9 a.m. - 4 p.m., Friday 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Forms must be filled out one week prior to the beginning of camp. All forms and payment must be received to hold your child's space in the camp. Each child attending must have a medical form and registration form on file.
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For program information please contact Laury Rowland • Program Director, firstname.lastname@example.org or (251)431-5100 Ext. 270.