Diabetes Camps - Pennsylvania

Camp Possibilities

Contact:Jeff Dietz
Phone: 302-563-9460
Email: jeffedietz@yahoo.com
Website: http://www.camppossibilities.org

Camp Possibilities is headquartered in the state of DE, although we rent a camp in the state of MD where we actually have the camp, and we serve 50-60 children with diabetes primarily from DE, MD and PA. Camp Possibilities is an overnight camp, and our 2013 camp session dates are July 28th - August 2nd.

Camp Setebaid at Swatara

Camp Setebaid
Setebaid Services, Inc.
P.O. Box 196
Winfield, PA 17889-0196
Toll Free 1-866-SETEBAID
Phone: (570) 524-9090
Fax: (570) 523-0769
Email: info@setebaidservices.org
Website: www.setebaidservices.org

Camp Setebaid Youth Camp serves children and teens ages 8-12 and 13-18.  Campers can enjoy many activities including; archery, arts and crafts, boating, canoeing, sports, and swimming. Dates for 2013 Camp Setebaid at Swatara held in Bethel, Pennsylvania are July 21 - July 27.  

Harrisburg Diabetic Youth Camp

Camp Setebaid
Setebaid Services, Inc.
P.O. Box 196
Winfield, PA 17889-0196
Toll Free 1-866-SETEBAID
Phone: (570) 524-9090
Fax: (570) 523-0769
Email: info@setebaidservices.org
Website: www.setebaidservices.org

The Harrisburg Diabetic Youth Camp (HDYC) is a one-week summer camp for children and teens with diabetes, aged 8-15 years. The HDYC, a Setebaid Services' program, is held at Camp Victory in Millville, Pennsylvania. Dates for 2013 are July 15 - June 22.

Camp Setebaid at Camp Victory

Camp Setebaid
Setebaid Services, Inc.
P.O. Box 196
Winfield, PA 17889-0196
Toll Free 1-866-SETEBAID
Phone: (570) 524-9090
Fax: (570) 523-0769
Email: info@setebaidservices.org
Website: www.setebaidservices.org

Camp Setebaid at Camp Victory is a one-week summer camp for children and teens with diabetes, aged 8-13 years. Camp Setebaid at Camp Victory, a Setebaid Services' program, is held at Camp Victory in Millville, Pennsylvania. The camp is staffed by mature adults and experienced professionals, including a Camp Director, Program Director, physician Medical Director, and experienced counselors. All staff (many who have diabetes themselves) are trained in child development psychology, working with children, and diabetes health issues. Activities include archery, arts & crafts, basketball, cabin wars, campfires, a climbing wall, creek stomping, fishing, hockey, paddle boating, primitive camping, a ropes course, singing, soccer, swimming, volleyball, and too many other activities to list. Join us for a week and youll take home a lifetime of memories. Dates for 2013 are August 4-9.

Donovan McNabb Diabetes Camp


Kate Nichter
(888) 342-2383
(610) 828-5003 ext. 4657
Email: knichter@diabetes.org

The American Diabetes Association/Donovan McNabb Diabetes Camp for Kids at Camp Green Lane in Montgomery County is a resident camping program that offers a wide range of activities including recreational swimming, sports, hiking, arts and crafts and theater. Evening campfire activities are highlighted with music, interactive games and group discussion. The Camp centers on the importance of self-reliance and respect for others while providing diabetes education and management for campers. Our program is non-competitive and fosters self-direction. Scholarships available based on financial need.

Reviewed by dLife Staff 03/13.

Last Modified Date: December 03, 2013

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