The Teen Mission uses two databases to collect the needed participant forms. The Information Form, Passport Photo, and Preparedness Agreement are collected through CampBrain, the website through which you submitted the initial application. CampDoc is an online health management system that consolidates and integrates camper health information into a centralized and secure location. These forms must be completed and submitted online by parent/guardian only.
CampBrain (Participant Forms) due by May 1
Log in to your account using the same username and password you created to submit your initial application. At the bottom of the page under “View My Registrations,” click on the green button called “View Registration Details.”
- The Information Form is located on the right side of the page under the section titled “Forms,” under your teen’s name.
- Upload image of passport located at the bottom of the page under the section titled “Upload Documents.” Submit the photo.
- The Preparedness Agreement is located at the bottom of the page under the section titled “Upload Documents.”
If you have more than one participant, be sure you are uploading the form for the correct teen. It says “Documents for (Teen’s Name)” above the various forms.
How to Upload:
Take a picture from your phone or scan the document and click “Upload,” then “Choose File,” select the file from your device, click “Upload,” then “Submit Document.”
CampDoc (Medical Forms) due by April 15
Log in will be provided directly from CampDoc via email. Be sure to mark them a safe sender.
1. Online Health Profile: Access, complete and submit via CampDoc’s website.
2. Healthcare Provider Form: Download and print through the CampDoc Online Health Form, completed and signed by the participant’s primary healthcare provider, scan and upload directly to CampDoc. The form must be based on an exam performed after June 15, 2017 and is due May 30. Your teen will not be allowed on the airplane until the health profile, including the Healthcare Provider Form is completed.
3. Immunization Record: The Teen Mission immunization policy requires everyone to be fully immunized according to the recommendations of the CDC (Centers for Disease Control), State of Michigan, and AAP (American Academy of Pediatrics). Provide the information by entering the dates directly into the CampDoc system..
4. Copy: (front and back) of Insurance Card: Scan and upload as part of the online health form.
5. Pre-packaged Medications: Required for participants taking prescription and over-the-counter medications during the program. Medications will only be accepted through AMAC’s pre-packaged system, completed via the link in CampDoc as part of the online health form. Should you choose not to use the pre-packaged system, a $100.00 fee will be assessed, unless you have received prior approval from Roberta Blumberg, Director of Health and Safety at Tamarack Camps.
Notarized International Travel Consent – Must be an original; faxed and scanned copies are not permitted. Print, complete, and either mail or drop it off to our office (6735 Telegraph Road, Suite 380, Bloomfield Hills, MI, 48301). The Teen Mission has notaries on staff. Prior to coming, please call our office to ensure availability of a notary.