Off Season Camps

Camp Blessing Winter Retreat

Organized by CBTX

Date: Jan 14th, 8am - 7pm 

Cost: $50

Registration is OPEN. 

Camp Blessing Winter Retreat FAQS

What is CBTX Winter Retreat? 

CBTX main ministry is to provide a typical summer camp experience for kids and adults with special needs.  We do this for 10 weeks each summer as well as some opportunities throughout the year. CBTX Winter Retreat is a camp we offer for typically developed high school and middle school students to come with their local church or organization to experience a ridiculous amount of fun, meaningful discipleship, and authentic relationship building. 

Who can be a CBTX Winter Retreat camper?

CBTX Unplugged or Camp Blessing Unplugged is for high school and middle school students with typical development currently in grades 6th-12th. Campers ages are typically between 12-18 years old. This is a co-ed camp both girls and boys are invited.


Can campers register individually or do they need to be registered with a group? 

They will need to register with a group. 

What activities are available for CBTX Winter Retreat campers?

We offer classic summer camp activities, including any combination of the following: swimming (weather permitting), horseback riding, archery, arts & crafts, fishing, canoeing, rock-wall climbing, tandem zip line, a giant swing, team sports, messy games ect. 


Can campers bring phones and other devices? 

Campers will not have phones or other devices. Campers can be reached by contacting the adult chaperones or contacting the Camp Blessing office. With the growing presence of digital engagement we are asking our campers to unplug. 

Are scholarships available?

Our scholarships are reserved for our summer time campers. If you are interested in donating to the scholarship fund see "SUPPORT CAMP BLESSING" on the banner at the bottom of the page. 

Register for camp here.

What do I need to know about being an adult chaperone? 

As adult chaperones you will be coming with your church or organizations youth group. You will be expected to supervise your group and chaperone them from one camp activity to the next.  There will be a time for guided discussion that will need to be facilitated by one of the adult chaperones coming with your group. 

Each church or organization will need 2 adult chaperones. You will need to register along with your group. 


What kind of medical care is provided?

We have a full time clinic manager who is a licensed paramedic. He has been certified in Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Pediatric Advanced Life Support, Pre-Hospital Trauma Life Support, Mental Health First Aid Certified, Critical Care Paramedic Certified, Flight Paramedic Certified and still practices in Houston Texas on a Mobile Intensive Care Unit. In addition, we have amazing and wonderful volunteer doctors and/or nurses on site. Routine medications are managed along with variety of other camper care needs

What medical forms do I need for camp?

In order to best care for our campers here at CBTX we make every effort to gathers as much information as possible. We have a variety of medical forms to fill out at registration. We recognize it is tedious work to fill out the forms but they are crucial for our clinic team to provide the best care possible.

  • Over the Counter Form
  • Medication Permission Form

What type of OTC medications does CBTX provide?

When our campers are in need of over-the-counter medication, we provide topical creams and medications, eye treatment and ear drops, and systemic treatment medications. See the list below.

Acetaminophen (Tylenol) 325mg tabs

Acetaminophen Liquid (Tylenol) 160mg/5ml

Ibuprofen (Advil) 200mg tabs

Ibuprofen Liquid (Advil) 100mg/5ml

Diphenhydramine (Benadryl) 25mg tabs

Diphenhydramine Liquid (Benadryl) 12.5mg/5ml 

Loratadine 10mg (Claritin – non-drowsy)

Cetirizine (Zyrtec – non-drowsy) 10mg tabs

Guaifenesin Liquid 100mg/5ml (expectorant – loosens mucus/phlegm) 

Cough Drops (generic – for coughing and sore throat) 

Dextromethorphan (cough suppressant)15mg/5ml

Phenol 1.4% spray (Chloraseptic spray)

Calcium carbonate chewables (TUMS)

Polyethylene glycol (MiraLAX/ClearLax)

Triple antibiotic ointment (Neosporin)

Hydrocortisone cream 1% (anti-itch cream)

Calamine lotion (itch relief)

Clotrimazole 1% (antifungal cream)

Oral Pain Relief gel (Benzocaine 20%)

Aloe Vera gel (burn relief)

Sting Relief pads (lidocaine)

Melatonin Children’s Chewables 1mg, 3 mg 

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