Sebago Leadership Camp is dedicated to providing a safe educational environment for those who participate in its activities, especially all minors. It does not tolerate any sexual or physical abuse on the part of staff, volunteers, or participants, including behavior that is objectively intimidating, physically or verbally. Also, staff and volunteers do not provide any illegal substances to the students nor permit their use. Every adult staff or volunteer submits to a background check and commits to following a set of behavioral guidelines (Sebago Leadership Camp Code of Conduct 2023). If you are aware of any abusive behavior, please report it immediately to the Director of the Camp. The Director of the Camp in conjunction with Sebago’s Board will promptly investigate and resolve any such complaints or reports. When necessary, the Director of the Camp will inform the Directors of the Prelature of Opus Dei.
To access Sebago’s policy regarding the reporting of allegations of abuse of minors, please see the following document: Sebago policy for responding to allegations of abuse.