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Sioux City, IA – Camp High Hopes announced Tuesday that their newly constructed year-round recreational facility exclusively designed for youth and adults with special needs has received accreditation from the ACA (American Camp Association). The purpose of the ACA-accreditation program is to educate camp leaders in the administration of key aspects of camp operation, particularly those related to program quality and the health and safety of campers and staff. ACA's 300 health, safety, and program quality standards establish guidelines for a camp's needed policies, procedures, and practices. Camp High Hopes, as a newly ACA-accredited camp is now responsible for ongoing implementation of these policies.
"Being an ACA-accredited camp is solid proof of our accountability, credibility, and commitment, as well as evidence that we care. We have gone to great lengths, have been evaluated, and have passed the test! This verifies our commitment to the children and adults with disabilities that we serve", said Ali Langseth, Executive Director. "Alongside ACA, we continually seek expert counsel with experts from many fields including the American Academy of Pediatrics and the American Red Cross. Our camp will continually work with ACA to improve our camp's standards program."
Registration for upcoming Spring sessions at Camp High Hopes in Sioux City opens on December 1st. For more information or to contact the non-profit organization, visit www.camphighhopes.com or call 712-224-2267.