Unlike most injuries, burn injuries leave behind both physical and emotional scarring that can last a lifetime. A traumatic burn injury may present severe challenges to a family. ABF is prepared to assist the many needs through a continuum of care and delivery of services model: from crisis, recovery and eventually to a thriving lifestyle again.
Our Crisis component allows the Arizona Burn Foundation to help families in a crisis situation
Our Recovery module allows the Arizona Burn Foundation to assist our clients with on-going medical needs, limited emergency financial assistance and referral services along with executing family assessment tools and care plan management prepared with foundation staff.
Our Thrive component consist of three pillars; Client Services that include social gatherings and events for survivors and families, Leadership Development consisting of the Leader in Training (LIT) Program at Camp Courage and Camp Courage counselor opportunities, including the MacDonald Wood Scholarship.
The Arizona Children’s Burn Camp, Camp Courage, was created to address the emotional needs of children who have suffered severe burn injuries. The inaugural camp at Friendly Pines in Prescott began on August 18, 1991.