Strengthening and Inspiring since 1979...
Children's Association for Maximum Potential (CAMP) provides recreational programming for individuals (aged 6 months to 55 years old), with developmental, intellectual, medical, behavioral, and physical disabilities. Since 1979, the cornerstone of CAMP's mission has remained the same, although having significantly expanded in scope. Today we offer year-round recreational opportunities for individuals with disabilities and their siblings, respite opportunities for caregivers and family members, and critical hands-on educational opportunities for high-school students, health care professionals, and partnerships with other non-profits in the community.
Too often individuals with disabilities , or those who are considered medically fragile, have never had “typical” childhood experiences like swinging, sliding, friends to play with, or the joy of being unconditionally accepted. Due to the severity of their disabilities, many of the individuals served by CAMP are not eligible to attend other camps, or participate in other agency programs offered within the special needs community. For 44 years, CAMP has continued to embody the founding principle that any person with a disability, especially a child, should be afforded the same opportunities to participate in social and recreational activities as an individual without a disability.
To learn more about CAMP, or to take a tour of our Center Point facility,
please contact Chief Development Officer, Dianna Hopkins.
We are delighted to share the amazing work taking place year-round at CAMP with you!