T.R.A.C.life is a year long mentoring program that starts when Teen Reach Adventure Camp ends.

About T.R.A.C.life
T.R.A.C.life pictureMentoring is a time-proven process that can help young people of all circumstances achieve their full "potential". Mentors are caring individuals who, along with legal guardians, provide young people with support, counsel, friendship, reinforcement and a constructive, positive example.
For youth who are eligible for T.R.A.C.life, this relationship can now begin after they attend Teen Reach Adventure Camp (T.R.A.C.), where they meet fun and safe adults that have gone through mentorship training and have undergone a thorough background check and fingerprinting. A successful mentoring relationship is defined by the mentor and mentee who are in the relationship. They must share a "safe", "close" and "trusting" relationship. Such relationships don't just happen. They need ongoing support and monitoring, particularly during the early stages, to ensure that the relationships do not terminate prematurely. Each T.R.A.C.life Mentor makes at least a one year, twice a month commitment to the youth they connect with.

Call our office for more information about T.R.A.C.life Mentoring Program for teens ages 12 to 18 who have attended Teen Reach Adventure Camps. 503-625-1299

National Training
for Program Directors

February 23-24, 2017 (Those traveling should arrive on 2/22) Portland, Oregon
Applications must be into the national office by Jan. 15, 2017

Training is $500.00 per person.

Contact info@HopeUnlimitedInc.org for more information (503) 625-1299

See application on staff page.

Find a T.R.A.C.life Program
Omaha (GT), Nebraska T.R.A.C.life
Bremerton, Washington T.R.A.C.life
Scio/Salem,Oregon T.R.A.C.life
Tuscaloosa, Alabama T.R.A.C.life
Bremerton, Washington T.R.A.C.
T.R.A.C.life Program Director:
Kate Holland
Email: KateFlik@yahoo.com
Assistant Program Director
Victoria Rogers
    How can you help us reach 120 Kitsap County Foster Teens?
    As we look ahead to this summer's camp, here are some areas that we are looking for people to serve who have a heart for foster teens:

    We need adults excited to serve these incredible kids during our 3 day camps. We will train and equip you to serve alongside other adults who have a desire to see foster teens experience the hope of Christ.

    Challenge Course Facilitators:
    The low element challenge course is a key ingredient in helping foster teens have an amazing time at camp and begin to understand that there ishope and that they can trust others & work together to achieve a goal. Our facilitators take groups of counselors and teens through the different elements of the challenge course and help them debrief these experiences throughout their time at camp

    Kitchen and Work Staff:
    If you're looking for a behind the scenes, but crucial place to serve, this might be just what you're looking for. You can help provide the necessary foundation that helps everything else run smoothly: FOOD!

    DSHS Coordinator:
    We need several people willing to work together to make sure that every camp bed is filled by a foster teen. This requires communicating with the local DSHS office, with case workers and with foster families so that no teen falls through the cracks. We will provide all the training necessary to help you succeed.

    There are 120 Foster Teens in Kitsap County,
    Help provide hope for the future!