C.I.T.I. CAMP BEGINNING JUNE 16 STILL HAS A FEW OPENINGS

C.I.T.I. CAMP BEGINNING JUNE 16 STILL HAS A FEW OPENINGS



A few openings remain for the next session of Children in Trauma Intervention (C.I.T.I.) Camp conducted by the Cincinnati Police Department’s Youth Services Unit.  The camp is designed for boys and girls between the ages of 12 and 14.  It will begin June 16, with sessions from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. three times a week, plus a weekly meeting for parents.  This camp will be held at Jacobs Center, 5425 Winton Ridge Lane, and run for eight weeks. 

Application packets are available at each Police District and at the Youth Services Office, 1201 Stock Avenue in Camp Washington. Completed applications must be returned to the Youth Services office by June 9 to be considered for the program.

The C.I.T.I. Camp curriculum encompasses leadership, discipline, physical training, education and therapeutic counseling.  It also includes drug and alcohol counseling, stress management, and life skills.  Participants will learn positive, respectful techniques for conflict resolution and dealing with peer pressure.