They need a safe place to tell their story and heal. Campers have unique needs, disabilities and physical challenges such as heart disease, cancer, muscular dystrophy, cerebral palsy, spina bifida and Down syndrome. Robinson St., Norman, OK Register by calling 405.307.2800. The summer program is a 30-day inpatient admission for intensive therapy designed to keep kids on track. Make Promises Happen (MPH) One Twin Cedar Ln Guthrie, OK 73044 A program of Central Christian Camp & Conference Center, dedicated to providing outdoor recreational opportunities for individuals with special needs.The purpose of Hope's Crossing is to provide a life-changing experience that is fun and socially enriching. Serves youth and adults ages 6 and older with any disability. Tulsa, OK 74103 New Hope is a camp for children age 8-15 who have a parent in prison.
Camp Barnabas 901 Teas Trail Purdy, MO 65734 471.476.2565 Christian summer camp dedicated to providing summer camp experiences to people with special needs, physical or intellectual challenges, and their siblings from throughout the United States.Kamp Kidney and Camp Wildfire Held at Dry Gulch in Pryor, OK camp serves kidney patients, spina bifida patients, and cerebral palsy and PKU patients. New Hope also provides community and after-school programs, weekend retreats, holiday assistance and social service coordination. The Amputee Coalition’s Paddy Rossbach Youth Camp This camp is a 5-day traditional summer camp experience for children ages 10-17 who have lost arms and/or legs or who were born with limb differences.The Cavett Foundation provides charter buses leaving from the OU Medical Center to take campers to and from Dry Gulch. Oklahoma Firefighters Burn Camp Box 866 Owasso, OK 74055 Offers children ages 6-16 who have suffered major burns or disfiguring injuries a place of unconditional love and acceptance. The Amputee Coalition arranges travel plans for all camp attendees, including scheduling and purchasing flights for campers.Camp Bridges Vicki Halladay, camp director 918.592.3333 day camp for children and young adults ages 10 -21 with moderate to mild developmental disabilities.Participants must be able to feed and dress themselves, follow personal hygiene and participate in group activities.