High Risk/ODD Camps

A high risk camp is a special needs camp for children with special needs such as learning or behavioral problems, chronic illnesses, or physical and mental impairments. Children who have cancer, ADHD, autism, weight problems, epilepsy, speech, or visual impairmenSee More »

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    Camp Kennebec

    Camp Kennebec is wonderful place for teens and kids with special needs, to provide them with an environment that fosters their accomplishments, friendships, and a great time with memories of a fabulous summer.

    Campers are ages 6 and up with a variety of exceptionalities--Autism, Asperger's, ADD, ADHD, OCD, Tourette's Syndrome, Learning Difficulties, Social Difficulties, and many others.

    Families can choose from overnight camps with sessions lasting from 1 to 7 weeks, whichever is best for the family.

    Camp Felix

    • New York, NY U.S.A.

    Apple Ridge Farm

    • Roanoke, VA U.S.A.


    Florida Sheriffs Caruth Camp

    • Barberville, FL U.S.A.

    Encompass Adventure Programs

    • Virginia Beach, VA U.S.A.

    Youth Care

    • Draper, UT U.S.A.

    Camp AMP

    • Jacksonville, FL U.S.A.

    Camp Winston

    • Kilworthy, Ontario Canada

    Excel Academy of Texas

    • Conroe, TX U.S.A.

    Bike Farm (The)

    • Cushing, WI U.S.A.

    Camp Coca Cola Atlanta

    • Atlanta, GA U.S.A.

    Camp Wimodausis

    • Toronto, Ontario Canada

    A Better Way

    • Las Vegas, NV U.S.A.

    Pine Ridge Academy

    • Draper, UT U.S.A.

    Lake Valley Camp

    • Milwaukee, WI U.S.A.

    Crossroads for Kids

    • Duxbury, MA U.S.A.

    Camp Fiver

    • Poolville, NY U.S.A.

    Camp Bennett

    • Brookeville, MD U.S.A.

    Elan School

    • Poland, ME U.S.A.

    YouthCARE Camp Sunrise

    • Minneapolis, MN U.S.A.

    Camp Mathieu

    • Chicago, IL U.S.A.

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      About High Risk/ODD Camps

      A high risk camp is a special needs camp for children with special needs such as learning or behavioral problems, chronic illnesses, or physical and mental impairments. Children who have cancer, ADHD, autism, weight problems, epilepsy, speech, or visual impairmenSee More »