Camp Erutan

 
CAMP ERUTAN is an idea that Lisa Tanzman and Elaine Mermelstein turned into reality beginning in 1987. The idea was to reunite siblings from inner cities, placed in foster care as a result of abuse or neglect, who had been separated by the foster care system. We reunite these kids, however briefly, in a camp set in nature where they are offered activities and programs to help heal and mend. In 1987 CAMP ERUTAN started with one campsite on land owned by a supporter. On this site, the first group of kids were introduced to nature and the philosophy of CAMP ERUTAN AWARENESS, BALANCE AND CHOICE. Today, CAMP ERUTAN operates several sessions of camp around the country and serves at risk children from inner cities. Camp is free of charge and run by a staff of volunteers.
Address: 
P.O. BOX 6730
93412 Los Osos , CA
US
Phone: 
805-528-1900
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Updated: 
Tue, Jun 20, 2017: 9:28 am
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