Be A Part of Camp


The Columbus Area Mentoring Program (CAMP), a new program of the Family and Youth Law Center at Capital University Law School (FYLaw), is designed to fill the need for consistent mentorships for local young adults who have aged out of foster care to help them transition to safe, supported, and healthy adult lives.

Although the focal point of the program is mentorship, CAMP will provide an array of services and supports for young adults ages 18-21 who have aged out of care. Building a community of support is critical to the success of the program and there are a number of ways organizations and individuals can help:

• Child-caring agencies can share the news about CAMP among their staff and affiliated families and refer interested and eligible young adults to the program.
• Young adults who have emancipated can self-refer.
• Individual and organizational stakeholders can provide other types of support - assisting with planning and organizing group activities, sharing expertise in relation to plan core areas, and sharing information about CAMP, to name a few.

Please register below if you would like more information on CAMP and how you can be involved.

Questions? Contact Byron Tocheri, at or (614) 236-7233.

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Please indicate how you would like to be a part of CAMP: Assist with recruiting mentors
Assist with recruiting young adults
Assist with program planning
Act as resource referral organization
Provide support for mentorship activities