Fairleigh Dickinson University's Camp Discovery is a traditional camp experience with exciting opportunities for discovery and travel. Campers will make new friends, discover more about their world, and build self confidence. Our caring counselors and certified teachers will ensure each child feels safe to try new things and make new friends.
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At The Kildonan School, summer is fun and educational. Camp Dunnabeck is Kildonan's summer program for children ages 8-6. Established in 1955, Dunnabeck is the oldest residential program of its kind, ounded specifically to help intelligent children with dyslexia and/or language-based learning differences achieve academic success.
Camp Excel offers specialized programs for those with ADHD, Asperger's & other social skills challenges. Located in Bergen County NJ & Monmouth County NJ.
Camp Fatima is a not-for-profit, non-sectarian organization designed for children and adults with developmental disabilities.
Camp Haverim is a unique two-week camp for children and teens with autism and other intellectual, cognitive and developmental exceptionalities, who attend 11 months of special schooling. Ages 3-21
The Arc of Essex County provides comprehensive services and supports to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families ensuring a lifetime of achievement with dignity and full partnership in the community.
Camp Huntington is a co-ed, residential program for children and young adults with special learning and developmental needs.
New Jersey Camp Jaycee is a private, nonprofit summer camp for children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Lee Mar is a private 7 week residential summer program for campers 7-21. We offer a unique curriculum incorporating a strong Academic and Speech program with traditional camp activities. Our campers flourish at Lee Mar due to the structured environment we provide which allows our campers to feel comfortable and secure.
Camp Merry Heart - a program of Easter Seals New Jersey - provides a wide variety of recreation and activities to people of all ages and all types of disabilities and special needs. Well over 30,000 individuals have been served since its doors opened in 1954.
Camp Nejeda has been providing empowering summer camp and other programs for children with type 1 diabetes and their families since 1958. In addition to providing eight weeks of traditional Summer Sleep-Away camp, Camp Nejeda offers Family Camps, Day Camps, Spring and Fall weekend programs, T1D Adult Weekend, Nurse Education seminars and much more.
Camp NOVA is a wonderful opportunity for children and young adults living with epilepsy and other developmental disabilities to enjoy summer camp.
Camp Ramapo provides a traditional summer camp experience for children who have difficulty building and maintaining healthy relationships with peers and adults and who would struggle in a less supportive setting. The program is carefully structured to help children with special needs learn to live within a group, form healthy friendships, make good choices, develop self-confidence, and experience success.
Camp Raspberry is a recreation program run by the Pascack Hills and Pascack Valley High School students. We work with students with special needs in grades Pre K-8 from Bergen County. We invite students to participate in a 3-hour recreation program on Saturday mornings and Friday nights where they can make their own snack and crafts, play board games and sports, listen to music and meet new friends.
A specialized camp experience for children on the autism spectrum promoting independence, social skills, and a ton of summer fun! Activities include circle time, arts and crafts, gross motor, sensory, social skills, large group activities, swimming at the Y and specialized therapies.
Camp Sequoia is an overnight summer camp for boys ages 7-17 to experience social skills success in a dynamic and nurturing environment. Camp Sequoia is designed for children and teenagers with ADHD and other similar diagnoses who do not need the level of support offered at special needs overnight camps yet need a different experience than a traditional overnight camp can offer.
Camp Snowflake, founded in 1970, is a similar program to Camp Sunshine, with its reliance on one-to-one attention and its adapted activities.
Camp Sunshine, founded in 1960, is a summer recreational program for children and young adults with multiple disabilities.
A beautiful day camp in nestled on over 60 wooded acres in northern New Jersey, our programming is designed by camp professionals who believe that campers thrive when they are guided by confident and engaging staff in a calm and structured environment.
The Bergen County CEED Program (Cancer Education and Early Detection) provides comprehensive outreach, education and screening services for breast, cervical, colorectal, and prostate cancers. Screenings focus on healthy people who do not have symptoms.
WHO WE ARE: Cancer Support Community at Holy Name offers free cancer support programs to anyone impacted by cancer, even for those who don't receive care at Holy Name. Cancer Support Community is open to patients in treatment, post-treatment, caregivers, family members, and survivors.
Canine Companions for Independence® is a non-profit organization that enhances the lives of people with disabilities by providing highly trained assistance dogs and ongoing support to ensure quality partnerships.
Caring for a loved one or someone dear to you can be both rewarding and challenging. We will be providing a safe and confidential space where individuals will have the opportunity to share experiences with other caregivers.
Provider of comprehensive, recovery-focused mental health and substance abuse services in Northern New Jersey with a range of services Care Plus NJ provides directly addresses the mental health needs of children, adults, and families. Care Plus NJ provides outpatient programs in Bergen County, both Medicaid and non-Medicaid, that serve youth under age 21.
A Care Plus program designed to assist literally homeless families in Bergen County secure permanent housing. A family under the RRHF guidelines consists of a parent 18 years of age or older, with at least one child under the age of 18. It is the RRHF philosophy that when housing and case management opportunities are coupled with rental assistance, budgeting, and wellness and recovery-oriented support services, families that are homeless can sustain community living. The rental assistance provided is limited, and calculated based on the family's income, which allows time for them to increase their household income or find gainful employment. A Housing Specialist will assist the family with locating and securing a permanent residence, and provide ongoing case management services that include financial management, employment search, child care services, advocacy, educational advancement assistance, and linkages to eligible community resources to be self-sustaining.