Alabama Special Needs Camps Camps
Camp Cha-La-Kee offers programs that foster personal growth, creativity and develop self-confidence in campers by emphasizing the Christian principles and values upon which the YMCA was founded.
Camp Smile-A-Mile is a year round program in Alabama for children who have or have had cancer.
Sumatanga is a year-round camp and retreat center in North Alabama, affiliated with the United Methodist Church and open to all guests.
Summer Camp at Mitchell’s Place builds upon the principles of the After-School Social and Academic Enrichment Program (ASAP) in an expanded day format. Three 2-week sessions are offered during the sum
Mitchell's Place developed out of one family's need to provide their son with comprehensive treatment that would address his specific needs and enhance his many strengths.
Camp Rap-A-Hope is a one-week summer camp for children and teenagers who are battling cancer or who have ever been diagnosed with cancer and who are 7 to 17 years of age.