Camp Blood Brothers and Sisters

Hemophilia camp

Camp Blood Brothers and Sisters gives boys and girls with bleeding disorders the chance to spend a week having fun with other campers who have their condition.

Any boy or girl between the ages 7-16 with a bleeding disorder can attend Camp Blood Brothers and Sisters. This includes carriers of hemophilia.

Hemophilia camp is held at The Painted Turtle, one of Paul Newman’s camps for children with cancer and other serious illnesses and conditions.

There is no cost to attend Camp Blood Brothers and Sisters. Camp is sponsored by the Hemophilia Foundation of Southern California.

Website:  http://hemosocal.org/events/camp.php

Contact: info@thepaintedturtle.org

Phone:  The Painted Turtle (800) 371-4123 or (323) 525-0440

Location: Painted Turtle: 17000 Elizabeth Lake Rd, Lake Hughes, CA 93532   (map)

Hemophilia Foundation Office: 6720 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles, CA.  90038  (map)

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A natural and safe summer camp environment for children who are blind, visually impaired or multi-disabled.
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Camp Bloomfield
A natural and safe summer camp environment for children who are blind, visually impaired or multi-disabled.
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Camp Bloomfield

blind camp

Junior Blind’s Camp Bloomfield in Los Angeles, offers a natural and safe environment to children and youth who are blind, visually impaired or multi-disabled   develop self-esteem.  Camp Bloomfield campers build independence and fully experience the joys of the great outdoors.

Located on 40+ acres in Malibu, in the Santa Monica Mountains, Junior Blind offers various week-long camp sessions for children of all ages and disabilities.

The largest of its kind in the Western United States, Camp Bloomfield serves hundreds of campers free of charge each summer and is accredited by the American Camping Association (ACA).

Website:  http://www.juniorblind.org/site/camp-bloomfield

Contact: Joan Marason, Director of Wellness & Enrichment Programs  jmarason@juniorblind.org

Phone:  (323) 295-4555 ext. 245

Office:  5300 Angeles Vista Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90043   (map)

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Recreational, social, and educational opportunities for youth and families with diabetes.
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Camp Conrad-Chinnock
Recreational, social, and educational opportunities for youth and families with diabetes.
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Camp Conrad-Chinnock

diabetes campCamp Conrad-Chinnock offers recreational, social, and educational opportunities for youth and families with diabetes. Campers from 7-17 are taught how to manage their medication, eat properly, and integrate physical activity into their lifestyle in a fun, interactive, and safe environment.

Located in the San Bernardino Mountains of California, Camp Conrad-Chinnock provides residential camping experiences for youth with Type 1, insulin-dependent diabetes and their families.

Financial aid is available.

Website:  http://campconradchinnock.weebly.com/index.html

ContactCampManager@dys.org

Phone:  310-751-3057

Office: Diabetes Camping and Educational Services, 12045 E Waterfront Dr, Playa Vista CA 90094

Camp Location: 4700 Jenks Lake Road East, Angelus Oaks, CA 92305   (map)

Camp Crescent Moon

sickle cell camp Camp Crescent Moon is the nation’s first & oldest summer camp for children with sickle cell disease between the ages of 7-14 years.  It is the only sickle cell camp in Southern California – specifically for children with sickle cell diseases.

Since 1967, campers have learned more about sickle cell disease, coping strategies, and standing up for themselves when they are misunderstood because of their disease.  Camp Crescent Moon maintains a camper to staff ratio of 2:1

Website:  http://www.campcrescentmoon.org

Contact:  Deborah Green deborahg@scdfc.org

Phone:  (310) 693-0247

Location: Temescal Canyon Conference and Retreat Center.  Santa Monica Mountains.  Pacific Palisades  (map)

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A residential summer camp for children ages 7-17 who are living with heart disease.
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Camp del Corazon
A residential summer camp for children ages 7-17 who are living with heart disease.
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Camp del Corazon

Heart disease camp

Camp del Corazon provides a residential summer camp for children ages 7-17, in addition to other year-round programs that offer opportunities for growth, education and support for children, young adults and the families who are living with heart disease.

Summer camp is free of charge to for children with heart disease.

Camp del Corazon is  held at Catalina Island Camps located at Howland’s Landing, a private cove on the leeward side of beautiful Catalina Island.  Just 22 miles off the coast of Southern California, Howland’s Landing is surrounded by magnificent ocean views and breezes. They are approximately 20 miles west of Avalon, the main “city” on the Island.

Website http://www.campdelcorazon.org

Contact:   Lisa Knight, Executive Director.  lisa.knight@campdelcorazon or information@campdelcorazon.org

Phone:  (888) 621-4800

Camp Location: Howland’s Landing, Avalon, CA.  (map)

Camp Offices: 11615 Hesby St, North Hollywood, CA.  91601  (map)

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A residential camp serving children ages 8-17 with arthritis, rheumatic and related diseases
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Camp Esperanza
A residential camp serving children ages 8-17 with arthritis, rheumatic and related diseases
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