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Talbert House Raises over $100,000 for Therapeutic-Based Summer Camp

Posted on: December 8, 2022
Kristin O'Brien and Nike Tepe, Co-Chairs of the Make Camp Possible Committee

Event ‘Makes Camp Possible’ for More than 50 Kids

CINCINNATI – Talbert House’s annual event Make Camp Possible raised over $100,000 benefiting Camp Possible, a therapeutic-based summer program for children who experience behavioral health challenges. On November 18, the Newport Car Barn transformed into a jungle to welcome nearly 200 guests with this year’s camp theme: Wild About Camp. Thanks to generous donors, more than 50 children will be able to attend Camp Possible next summer.

Camp Possible provides a safe, structured and stable environment when school is out of session. Campers participate in traditional and non-traditional group therapy sessions and learn skills like anger management, self-esteem, peer relations and more. It costs over $2,000 per child to attend camp, which includes the cost of activities, fieldtrips, meals and transportation which are unfunded. Because over 96% of the children who attend Camp Possible are low-income, there is no cost to attend.

Thank you to Diamond Sponsors Fifth Third Bank, Jackie Sweeney and the Williams Foundation and Platinum Sponsors Mrs. Robert D. Stern, PsychPros and USI Insurance Services along with many others for making this event and camp possible for so many children. Talbert House would also like to thank the Make Camp Possible committee, co-chaired by Kristin O’Brien and Nick Tepe.