Specialty Summer Camps

Austine Green Mountain Lions Camp

Deaf and hard-of-hearing children (Day camps for 3-5 yo; 1 week sleep over for 6-9 yo; 2 wk sleep over camp for 10-13yo and 14-18 yo

Location: Brattleboro, VT

Bradley Hammond, Director 130 Austine Dr Brattleboro, VT (802)254-3921 (Source: Maine.gov)

Camp Adventure

Type 1 Diabetes

Aroostook County/Acadia Diabetes Care Program Cary Medical Center 207-498-1283

Camp Akeela

Autism Spectrum Disorder (? Less severe end), 3 wk overnight camp for grades 3-12, Separate family camp

 Summer Address (6/1 – 8/31): One Thoreau Way, Thetford Center, VT 05075 • Phone: (866) 680-4744 • Fax: (866) 462-2828 • info@campakeela.com • (802) 866-0380 
Winter Address (9/1 – 5/31): 314 Bryn Mawr Avenue, Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004 • Phone: (866) 680-4744 • Fax: (866) 462-2828

Camp Capella

Children and adults with disabilities including but not limited to: cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, spina bifida, Trisomy 21, autism, spinal cord injury, brain injury, or others with physical or developmental disabilities

Location: Phillips Lake, Dedham, ME

P.O. Box 552k Holden, ME (207)843-5104

Camp Carefree

Type 1 Diabetes

Location: New Durham, NH

Camp Director Phyllis Woestemeyer 1846 W. Seventh St. Piscataway, NJ 08854 732-752-1715 Camp Office off season: (F) 617-507-3471 ADA Camp Carefree PO Box 2118 Wolfeboro, NH 03894-2118

Camp Hope (formerly Camp Rainbow)

Children with cancer (in tx, and up to 10 yrs following) ages 4yrs thru the summer after H.S. graduation; their sibs; and, for children aged 4-6 yrs, their parents

Location: Camp Jordan Branch Lake Ellsworth, ME

Camp Spinnaker

Asthma: Ages 8-12 yrs (6 d overnight camp)

Location: Camp Merrowvista, Center Tuftonboro, NH

Sheila Hatch, Zebra Crossings • 61 Locust Street, Dover, NH 03820 • sheila@zebra-crossings.org • 603-312-2052

Camp Starfist

Children with issues including but not limited to: LD, Autism Spectrum, ODD, Anger problems, Sensory Processing/Integration, depression, Bipolar, inflexible explosive, Reactive Attachment. 1:1 staff:child ratio

Location: 12 Camp Monomonac Rd Rindge, NH (603)899-9590

info@campstarfish.org 636 Great Rd., Suite 2 Stow, MA. 01775 (978)637-2617

Camp Sunshine

Children with Life-threatening Illnesses (cancer, hematologic, renal, SLE, solid organ transplant recipients), their parents, and sibs

Location: Sebago Lake, ME

35 Acadia Rd, Casco, ME. (207)655-3800 F(207)655-3825info@campsunshine.org

Cue Camp New England

Deaf and hard of hearing and other cuers wishing to learn/improve skills Held in Maine every summer

Nicole Dobson (207)752-0417 info@cuedspeechmaine.org or NiCueSSS@gmail.com (Source: maine.gov)

Edward J. Madden Memorial Open Hearts Camp

CHD: children ages 8-13 yrs who have had and are completely recovered from open heart surgery or transplant. Free.

Location: Berkshires

250 Monument Valley Road Great Barrington, MA 01230 Phone: 413-528-2229 Email: hearts@openheartscamp.org

NEHA - New England Hemophilia Association

Camp for families of individuals with hemophilia

Location: Lake Winnapesaukee, NH

347 Washington St. Suite 402 Dedham, MA 02026 (781)326-7645 (781)329-5122 info@newenglandhemophilia.org

Outward Bound

Grieving Teens (ages 14-18) Maine Coast Sailing and Appalachian Mountain Hiking Trips

www.outwardbound.org 866.467.7651 910 Jackson St, Suite 140, Golden, CO 80401

Pine Tree Camps

Children with physical and mental disabilities (day and overnight)

Location: North Pond Rome, ME. (Belgrade Lakes Region)

Pine Tree Society P.O. Box 518 • 149 Front Street • Bath, Maine 04530 • 207-443-3341

Teen Challenge

Boston Children’s Hospital Children c PKU and other Metabolic Disorders (ages 13-18) 3 day program

Tiffany Bowlby, Teen Challenge Program Director tiffany.bowlby@childrens.harvard.edu Vera Anastasoaie, Teen Challenge Assistant Coordinator vera.anastasoaie@childrens.harvard.edu Teen Challenge Boston Children’s Hospital 1 Autumn St. Rm 526 Boston, MA 02215 617-355-7346