• C.A.M.P. Court Appointed Mentor Program C.A.M.P. Court Appointed Mentor Program


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Mission Statement

The program aims to match young people in the court system with trained and caring adults who can offer support, guidance and encouragement to a juvenile. Mentoring through C.A.M.P. is one of the many services offered by the City Court of Hammond and Judge Grace Bennett Gasaway to help adolescents avoid delinquent behavior and live more productively.


What is C.A.M.P.?
C.A.M.P. stands for Court Appointed Mentoring Program. Court Appointed Mentors are trained community volunteers appointed by a judge to serve as additional support and encouragement as the family progresses through the Families In Need of Services (FINS) early intervention program.



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Average Review 2 reviews

Would you recommend C.A.M.P. Court Appointed Mentor Program?

by Sarah R. (2010-06-28 12:42:57.0)
C.A.M.P. is an excellent way to make a difference in a young person's life! I have enjoyed spending time with my mentee and bringing him to places he has never been before in his own hometown! It is so rewarding to see his confidence grow and I know that he is striving to accomplish more in life because he knows that someone believes in him!
by Nanette W. (2010-05-19 10:51:25.0)
I feel like I receive more than I give. It's a joy to see my little guy get excited when he's introduced to new experiences and to hear what is important to him. I hope that I making a small impact on him and that one day he will "pay it forward."