Washington Special Needs Camps Camps

REACH Camp

Tacoma, Washington, United States

REACH Camp is an annual camp for children infected with HIV/AIDS and their family members.

Camp Prime Time

Yakima, Washington, United States

It is the mission of Prime Time to provide a recreational facility in a wilderness setting for those families who have a child member who is living with a serious or terminal illness or disability and

Warm Beach Christian Camps and Conference Center

Stanwood, Washington, United States

Come and enter the wonderful world of summer camp fun and create new friends, experience great adventures, and enjoy the care and love of quality staff. Come experience the difference!

Aspiring Youth Summer Program

Seattle, Washington, United States

The Aspiring Youth Summer Program is a nationally accredited summer day program, providing students with the opportunity to experience social growth, self-confidence, and fun! We serve students ages 9

Trek

Seattle, Washington, United States

Northwestern adventures for kids with Asperger's, NLD, ADHD, or other social skills needs.

Lions Camp Horizon

Blaine, Washington, United States

Since 1974, Camp Horizon has been dedicated to providing a fun summer camp experience for people with special needs. Our counselors are available to help campers with all sorts of specialized needs fr

Camp Sealth

Vashon, Washington, United States

Camp Sealth, owned by Camp Fire USA, serves youth with up to date outdoor recreational and educational programs.

SL Start

Spokane, Washington, United States

Day camp providing Developmental Therapy and Intensive Behavioral Intervention to children 3-12.

Camp for Kids and Teens with OCD

Seattle, Washington, United States

Located near Seattle, Washington, Camp Deecio is a 3-day overnight camp (August 13-15,2010) for children and adolescents (ages 10-18) with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD).

Blue Compass

Seattle, Washington, United States

Blue Compass provides adventure camps for typically functioning adolescents as well as teens with Asperger's, ADHD, high-funtioning Autism, and learning differences.