Victory Junction

 

VICTORY JUNCTION FAMILY WEEKEND

Victory Junction logo black silhouette of kid playing in a tire swingStigmas and public misperceptions can create isolation for those with severe and persistent mental illness (SPMI), I/DD, and substance use disorders. Public sites and activities that encourage participation by people of all abilities help foster familiarity and awareness that there are more similarities than differences.

Trillium is partnering with Victory Junction, an inclusive camp located on 84 acres in Randleman, North Carolina, to offer separate family weekends for Trillium members. Victory Junction enriches the lives of children with serious illnesses by providing life-changing camping experiences that are exciting, fun, and empowering, at no cost to children or their families.

Summer Family Weekend!

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VICTORY JUNCTION EVENTS!

Space is limited and applicants must be a Trillium member between the ages or developmental ages of six to 16 years old and their family and/or natural supports. Click the Fall 2021 Interest Form to begin the process today! Upon member verification with Trillium, a Victory Junction representative will reach out with an application and help you get started!

View our Fall 2021 Flier for details. Session Dates and Application Deadlines:

  • September 24 - 26 - deadline September 10
  • October 15 - 17 - deadline October 1

Due to COVID-19, CDC guidelines will be followed. There will be limited Victory Junction staff on-site in order to provide families with the safest experience possible.

Current programming is designed to provide a unique experience for families to bond together. Members are able to feel empowered and build self-confidence in their abilities while using amenities at camp. Programming and amenities are inclusive and adaptive to differing needs and diagnoses. Victory Junction includes an on-site medical center, food service with special dietary accommodations, and cabins that sleep up to eight individuals.

Therapeutic foster care families will enjoy unique bonding opportunities through a trauma-informed approach sensitive to their needs and recovery. 

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