Adventure Camp Forms

Adventure Camp will be near Riggins, ID on the Salmon River for a 4-day weekend retreat of rafting and camping. Transportation from Spokane, WA will be provided for Campers and Volunteers.

For answers to more questions, please see our FAQs page!


Camper Forms & Information

Camper Physician Release  You must have this form completed by your camper’s primary care physician or endocrinologist before attending camp. Please note that with our new registration platform via CampDocs it is the guardian's responsibility to insure that the camper's Physician Release has been uploaded to the participant profile. See the camper's CampDocs profile for additional instructions or email stix@stixdiabetes.org with any questions about this process. 

Continuous Glucose Monitor (CGM) Policy If your camper plans to bring a CGM to camp, be sure to review this policy.

Camper Expectations & Code of Conduct  These are the expectations for all campers and volunteers in attendance at camp. Failure to comply with the Adventure Camp Code may result in dismissal from camp.

Camper Supplies to Pack This is a list of suggested supplies to make your time on the water comfortable. 

Dress Code Be sure to review this dress code when packing.

Medical Check-In Form  Please complete this form and bring it to check-in so that you can provide our medical teams with all the important information regarding your camper’s health.

STIX Diabetes Programs Campership Policy  If you are concerned about your ability to afford camp, please review our campership policy. We will do everything we can to ensure that your camper can attend camp!

Camper Releases These are the releases for STIX Diabetes Programs that you signed during registration.

Volunteer Forms & Information

Adventure Camp Code These are the expectations for all campers and volunteers in attendance at camp. Failure to comply with the Adventure Camp Code may result in dismissal from camp.

Volunteer Physician Release  You must have this form completed by your primary care physician or endocrinologist before volunteering at camp. Please note that with our new registration platform via CampDocs it is YOUR responsibility to insure that your Physician Release has been uploaded to your participant profile. See your CampDocs profile for additional instructions or email stix@stixdiabetes.org with any questions about this process. 

Volunteer Code of Conduct  During the volunteer selection and training process, STIX Diabetes Programs will make every effort to provide volunteers with policies that govern our living and working in a healthy and safe environment. This policy must be understood and agreed to by all volunteers and is signed during the application process. Violations of this code may result in dismissal.

STIX Diabetes Programs Child Abuse Prevention Policies and Reporting Procedures  STIX Diabetes Programs will make every effort to provide volunteers with education and policies that prevent and protect both campers and volunteers from abuse and neglect.

Continuous Glucose Monitor (CGM) Policy  If you plan to bring a CGM to camp, be sure to review this policy.

Dress Code  Be sure to review this dress code when packing.

Volunteer Releases  These are the releases for STIX Diabetes Programs that you sign during the application process.

STIX Diabetes Programs HbA1C Guideline This is the set of guidelines that you sign as having read during the application process. In order to accommodate for this practice, please note when the Volunteer Physician Release is due.

Liability Insurance for Providers  This is a link to the liability insurance company that will cover providers for malpractice coverage while volunteering at camp if they are not already covered by their employer.