Newbury, OH

Welcome to Camp Ho Mita Koda! There are a lot new and exciting changes that are happening at camp this summer. As we enter into our 91st year of camp it is our goal to improve your child’s self-management skills, decrease distress for you and your camper, and improve your camper’s sense of diabetes strengths and resilience after camp. Of course your camper will have a lot of fun and make many life-changing friendships and memories along the way.

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Government Camp, OR

MHKC empowers individuals with developmental disabilities through equitable access to the outdoors and recreation. We provide a can-do, accepting, caring, friendly, independence-, and confidence-building environment. We have provided residential camping programs since 1933. In 1957, our focus changed to primarily serving individuals with disabilities. We are American Camp Association certified.

Evergreen, CO

Camp Comfort is a grief camp for children 6 - 12 who have experienced a death of a family member or friend. Camp Comfort offers weekend long camps and a day camp. At camp, kids engage in grief workshops and therapeutic art and participate in exciting recreational activities. Camp Comfort is a wonderful place for kids to build meaningful relationships, learn they are not alone in their grief journey and have fun just being kids!

Bilingual (English/Spanish) family-oriented, 3-4 day camp in México City for children/adolescents with Type 1 or 2 diabetes, ages 6 - 18. Personalized to the family's needs and level of diabetes education. // Campamento bilingüe (inglés y/o español) de 3-4 días, orientado a la persona con diabetes, Tipo 1 ó 2, de 6 a 18 años, y su familia, en la CDMX. Personalizado a las necesidades y nivel de conocimiento de la familia de la diabetes.

Made possible by our friends at One Mission, this special getaway for patients, survivors, and siblings ages 16-19 will be one to remember. We can't wait to see old camp friends, welcome new faces, and finally get back to camp.

Camp Hertko Hollow is dedicated to improving the lives of children and youth who have diabetes. The goals at camp are: Recreation, Education, Regulation and FUN!

Columbus, OH

Grief camp for children ages 6-13, who are grieving the loss of a loved one.

Chardon, OH

Highbrook Lodge has been providing a unique summer camp experience for those of all ages who are blind or have low vision for over 90 years. In fact, we were the first camp built specially for individuals with vision loss! Since then, we've been utilizing the benefits of our natural environment to promote friendship, growth, independence and self-sufficiency through traditional camp activities adapted to the needs of our campers.

Bereavement support for families impacted by the death of loved one to COVID-19 and families who experienced a death in 2020 and following.

Our program helps High functioning autistic youth and adults get out of their comfort zone and out on the water.

Monticello, IA

Camp So Bright is a summer camp sponsored by the Spina Bifida Association of Iowa for individuals with Spina Bifida and their families. We invite you to join us for a long weekend of fun and making lifelong connections!

Marengo, OH

Camp Erin is an overnight camp for children ages 8-17, who are grieving the loss of a loved one.

Decatur, GA

Camp Sunshine provides summer camp and year round programs for children with cancer and their families.

Jacksonville, IL

Cued American English and American Sign Language go hand to hand!

Howell, MI

Camp Tall Tree provides a traditional overnight summer camp experience. Our program aims to serve children on the autism spectrum, as well as their siblings.

Once known only as ‘The Blind Camp’, Beacon Lodge has expanded to serve those with a variety of special needs. Here we focus on a person’s strengths, not their weakness. With activities ranging from Bingo and Arts & Crafts to the Climbing Tower and Zip Line, there’s always something for everyone to do.

Camp All For One is an inclusive day camp for children and teens with or without disabilities. Camp activities include horseback riding, nature walks, fishing, cooking, gardening, music, arts and crafts, dance, team building games, special guests and so much more! Every day is structured and scheduled with multiple activity choices to suit everyone's interests. This camp provides ample staff support for all of our campers.

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Ellicott City, MD

Camp Inclusion is a summer day camp in Howard County Maryland that focuses on social interaction between the campers and their non-disabled peers through sports and games.

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Oakdale, MN (WI)

At Camp Odayin, you belong! Camp Odayin's camp programs are for children with heart disease and their families. Camp Odayin charges $0 or $25 to register for a camp program since cost should not be a barrier to attending camp.

Camp Type: Siblings Camps