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WHO WE ARE

Purpose is to improve and enhance the lives of at-risk youth, now and in the future, by helping them to develop teamwork skills, trust, self-value and respect for others. Vision is to serve at-risk youth across the nation and around the globe. Strategy: The Vision of TRAC will be established and accomplished through a collaboration of state services division, willing people with hearts for troubled teens, and creative fund-raising projects and grant writing.


Every year, abused teens are put into the foster care system or worse – end up on the streets as part of our homeless population. At TRAC Norman, we provide hope through camping and mentoring programs designed especially for these youth. The programs of TRAC take into account the issues surrounding adolescence, but more importantly the issues that surround youth who have been abused, abandoned and neglected and who many times reside in foster care. One of the core principles of Teen Reach is to provide a non-judgmental experience. We strive to achieve this at our two gender-specific camps each summer. Adults 20 and over can be a part of this life-changing camp by filling out an application on our website

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CAMP FILES

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TRAC Norman Camper Application

Girls and/or Boys Camps Norman Teen Reach Adventure Camp Counselor/Staff Application

Girls and/or Boys Camps Norman Teen Reach Adventure Camp Counselor/Staff Application

Needed supplies list.

 

WAYS TO GET INVOLVED

 

TRAC NORMAN MISSION STATEMENT

Providing HOPE and a FUTURE by developing single gender camps and mentoring programs designed for abused, abandoned and neglected youth, ages 12-18, usually residing in foster care.  The Success of TEEN REACH is defined by life change; Not only in the youth we serve, but in the dedicated individuals who volunteer at each camp. Those who are involved in TRAC believe in God’s Sovereign Word which moves us to represent Christ to the youth we serve. We have dedicated ourselves to making each child feel safe and special. Our goal is to “provide hope” to the fatherless as noted in Jeremiah 29:11 and Isaiah 40:30 – 31a.

VOLUNTEER & CAMPER APPLICATION


Want to be a counselor? Assist at camp in one of the many support staff roles? Become a challenge course facilitator? Maybe you just want to ask us a few questions to get a better idea about who we are and what we do. Contact us in any of the following ways:

Email: info@TRACNorman.org

Ready to fill out an application? Click here!

Camp Directors
Chad & Ronni Roney

Assistant Directors
Roger & Kathi Franklin

DONATE BY JOINING THE BOOTPRINT CLUB

YOU can make a difference for an abused/neglected child! Sponsoring allows a child to attend Teen Reach Adventure Camp (TRAC), where they will be loved and encouraged. At TRAC, we plant seeds of HOPE by providing a safe place where we teach them they are important, how to be part of a team, leadership skills and who they can trust. Bootprint Club levels are $100/day! Any amount helps, so feel free to skip the defined levels, and give what you feel led to give!

TEEN REACH CORE VALUES

TEEN REACH CORE VALUES:
INTEGRITY: Our actions will be consistent with our words and intentions.
PEOPLE FIRST: The teens, foster parents, social services, leaders, volunteers we serve are the beneficiaries of the program.
SERVANT LEADERS: We will manage the program with focus on our calling.
QUALITY/FINANCIAL STEWARDSHIP: We will operate with professionalism and quality at every level an in everything we do.
BIBLICALLY BASED: We will live by the Word; always seek guidance for decisions and direction (non-denominational).

COME VOLUNTEER WITH US

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Upcoming Events
Golf for At Risk Youth Benefit
Sat, Sep 19
Brent Bruehl Memorial Golf Course
Sep 19, 8:00 AM
Brent Bruehl Memorial Golf Course, 1400 Chandler Rd, Purcell, OK 73080, USA
SATURDAY | SEPTEMBER 19 | 8 AM SHOTGUN
 

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Tax Information: Teen Reach Adventure Camp is associated as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Contributions to the Teen Reach Adventure Camp are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.