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NameAddressPhone NumberWebsiteWhat service do they provide?EmailCounties they serve
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SC Child Care Resource & Referral Network1530 Wheat Street
Columbia, SC 29208
888-335-1002http://www.sc-ccrr.org/The SC-CCRRN provides child care referrals, not recommendations, to child care programs and resources.All
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Art HavenFountain Inn Civic Center
315 N. Main Street
Fountain Inn, SC 29644
864-409-1050www.yountscenter.org/visual-artArt Haven offers drawing and pottery classes for all ages. Camps are also available in the summer. Cost: VariesGreenville
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Arts Access South Carolina1026 Sumter Street, Suite 200
Columbia, SC 29201
(803) 603-4450http://www.vsasc.org/Summer CampAnderson , Charleston , Fairfield , Florence , Marlboro , Richland
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Berkeley Citizens, Inc1301 Old Highway 52
South Moncks Corner, SC 29461
843-761-0300http://berkeleycitizens.org/Early Intervention, Respite, Summer Services, Adult Day Services, ResidentialBerkeley
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Camp ABILITYP.O. Box 2002
Mt. Pleasant, SC 29465
843-971-9300http://healingfarms.com/camp-ability/Camp ABILITY is a summer day camp designed for individuals with intellectual disabilities ages 17 to 26. It provides the opportunity to not only have fun and form new friendships, but also to stretch, grow, and build life skills resulting in a greater level of independence. Camp ABILITY offers a variety of fun activities both on our urban farm and out in the community.Charleston
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Camp Building Dreamsno physical address(864) 681-5920https://www.lcdsnb.org/services/camps/summer campLaurens
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Camp Burnt Gin1980 Burnt Gin Road
Wedgefield, SC, 29168
(803) 898-0784http://www.scdhec.gov/Health/ChildTeenHealth/ServicesforChildrenwithSpecialHealthCareNeeds/CBG/Is a free at no cost residential summer camp for children who have physical disabilities and chronic illnesses. Camp Burn Gin offers four one-week sessions for ages 7 – 15, two one-week sessions for ages 16 – 20, and one 4-day session for 21 – 25.campburntgin@dhec.sc.govSumter
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Camp CaglewoodP.O. Box 158
Flowery Branch GA 30542
(678) 405-9000http://www.caglewood.org/#2Summer CampAbbeville , Anderson , Oconee
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Camp Created to Live8024 Winnsboro Rd
Blythewood, SC 29203
803-397-1573https://www.facebook.com/events/756655064450458/?active_tab=highlightssummer campFairfield , Richland
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Camp Discovery208 Claude Bundrick Road
Blythewood, SC 29016
(803) 754-2008http://www.campdiscoverysc.org/summer campFairfield , Richland
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Camp Good TimesLauren's County(864) 681-5920https://www.lcdsnb.org/services/camps/Summer CampLaurens
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Camp Lakey Gap222 Fern Way
Black Mountain, NC 28711
(828) 669-8977http://www.christmount.org/camplakeygap/summer campCherokee , Greenville , Pickens , Spartanburg
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Camp MatesGlenforest School
1041 Harbor Dr
West Columbia, SC
(803)929-0011
http://www.autismacademyofsc.org summer campcampmates@autismacademyofsc.orgRichland, Lexington
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Camp Puzzle PaloozaCedar Creek Church
Aiken , SC
(803) 734-0465https://scddc.recreation.state.sc.us/?q=camppuzzle/accessible-activity-in-sc/camp-puzzle-paloozasummer campAiken
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Camp SpearheadPleasant Ridge Camp & Retreat Center
4232 Highway 11
Marietta, SC 29661
864-288-6470http://greenvillerec.com/camp-spearhead-home/Camp Spearhead is a residential summer camp for youth (8yrs +) and adults with special needs and disabilities operated by Greenville County Rec in northern Greenville County.rmurr@greenvillecounty.orgGreenville
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Camp Sun FunKershaw County803-425-1500http://www.kershaw.sc.gov/Index.aspx?page=235summer campChesterfield , Fairfield , Kershaw , Lancaster , Lee , Richland , Sumter
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Camp Sunshine6429 Bishop Avenue
Columbia, SC 29203
(803) 754-6720 ext. 203http://richlandcountyrecreation.com/programs/camp-sunshine/summer campRichland
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Camp T.A.L.K104 Sycamore Tree Rd.
Lexington, SC 29073
(803)466-7387http://www.camptalk.org/summer campLexington , Richland
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Camp Treasure ChestBeaufort County843-255-6292http://www.bcgov.net/departments/community-services/disabilities-and-special-needs/camp-treasure-chest.phpSummer CampBeaufort
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Camp Victory JunctionVictory Junction
4500 Adam's Way
Randleman, NC 27317
Toll Free: 877-VJG-CAMP
336-498-9055
www.victoryjunction.orgThe mission of Victory Junction is to enrich the lives of children ages 6-16 with chronic medical conditions or serious illnesses by providing life-changing camping experiences that are exciting, fun and empowering, in a safe and medically-sound environment. Activities include arts and crafts, woodshop, an adventure course, archery, swimming, boating, fishing, horseback riding, music and theater, and a special NASCAR-themed program area complete with race cars, racing simulators, and racing gear
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Camp YouniversityIrmo, SC803-772-3336http://www.icrc.net/campssummer campLexington
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Carolina Dance CollaborativeP.O. Box 5432
Greenville, SC 29606
Kelsey Crum
(864) 315-3732
http://www.carolinadancecollaborative.com/
Look under yearlong programs with ‘Disabilities and Special Needs Programs’ listed at the bottom of the page
Carolina Dance Collaborative offers inclusive summer camps for individuals with disabilities as well as classes specifically catered for pre-teen-adult individuals with disabilities. CDC is a mobile Community Dance Outreach Company and does not have a physical location as they primarily collaborate with other businesses, facilities, and organizations in the Upstate.info@carolinadancecollaborative.comGreenville
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Challenge CampHilton Head843-681-7273http://www.islandreccenter.org/challenge-camp/summer campBeaufort
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Children's Place -- "GOTCHA"310 Barnwell Avenue, NE
Aiken, SC 29601
803-641-4144http://www.childrensplaceinc.org/An enhanced after school program for school-aged children, GOTCHA is designed to support all kinds of children with challenges. The program includes homework, tutoring, educational enrichment activities. The summer session offers a variety of educational opportunities, exciting "explorations" and activities designed to develop personal skills.Aiken , Bamberg , Barnwell , Edgefield , Greenwood , McCormick , Saluda
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Eden Farms4700 Dacusville Highway
Marietta, SC 29661
(864) 898-0043 A day camp for children ages 6-14 involving horses and horseback riding. Campers can bring an older sibling or teen to assist them if needed. All levels of riding experience are welcomed from beginning to advanced levels.
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EQUIP Summer SeriesGreenville and ColumbiaColumbia 803.779.5121 or Greenville 864.235.1421http://www.able-sc.org/equip/summer camp-EQUIP’s members are young adults with disabilities who are passionate about reaching their full potential and empowering others to do so as well! They stay connected with each other via social media, online peer support, and in person meetings.Abbeville , Anderson , Calhoun , Cherokee , Chester , Clarendon , Fairfield , Greenville , Greenwood , Kershaw , Laurens , Lee , Lexington , Newberry , Oconee , Orangeburg , Pickens , Richland , Saluda , Spartanburg , Sumter , Union , York
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Furman Summer Learning PlaceFurman University
Greenville, SC
864.294.3083http://www.furman.edu/academics/gradstudies/summerlearningplace/Pages/default.aspx Summer Learning Place is a four-week, comprehensive, small group instructional program for children/youth 6-14 with learning difficulties. It is taught by graduate level teachers seeking licensure in special education.
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Gear Up Summer Camps1041 Harbor Dr
West Columbia, SC
803.796.7622http://www.glenforest.org/campsSummer Campinfo@glenforest.orgLexington
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Healing FarmsP.O. Box 2002
Mt. Pleasant, SC 29465
843-971-9300http://healingfarms.com/Adult day services, day summer campBeaufort
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Hope Alive / Project HopeAdvent United Methodist Church,
2258 Woodruff Road
Simpsonville, SC 29681
Phil Harris at
864-676-0028
http://www.projecthopesc.org/This program is for teens and young adults with autism spectrum disorders. It meets every Wednesday from 12 – 3 in the summer in includes opportunities to socialize, exercise, learn life skills, and build social skillsphilharris@projecthopesc.orgGreenville
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Irmo Chapin Recreation Commission5605 Bush River Rd
Irmo, SC
(803) 772-1228http://www.icrc.net/campsSummer CampsLexington
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Jaycee Camp HopeClemson Outdoor Lab
Pendleton, SC
Greg Brock at
864-646-7502 ext 222
http://www.clemson.edu/centers-institutes/outdoor-lab/camps/camp-hope.html Our camp offers an exciting setting where campers enjoy fun, challenging and educational group activities that include swimming, canoeing, fishing, drama, archery, crafts, pontoon boat rides, nature activities, overnight campouts and more. Campers develop independence through daily camp activities as they learn to do things for themselves. Any individual with an Intellectual Disability age 7 or older may apply to attend.
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PAALS Doggone Days of Summer Camp221 N. Grampian Hills Rd
Columbia, SC
(803) 788-7063https://www.paals.org/summer-paals/Summer Campinfo@paals.orgRichland
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Pattison's Dream Academy2383 SC-41
Charleston, SC
843-849-6707http://www.pattisonsdreamacademy.org/Speech, OT, and Physical Therapy
Summer Camp
Early Intervention
Charleston
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Reagan's Wishn/ahttp://www.reaganswish.com/home.htmlDance Summer Camp, Provide Ipadsinfo@reaganswish.comAll
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Richland County Adaptive Recreation6429 Bishop Avenue
Columbia, SC 29203
(803) 754-6720 ext. 203http://richlandcountyrecreation.com/programs/adaptive-recreation/Beyond just summer camp, the Adaptive Recreation Department offers many day and evening programs to a wide-range of people. We work closely with families with children with special needs and offer several athletic programs including the Carolina Panthers Challenger Flag Football League, Fancy Feet Soccer and Rising High Basketball.andrew@rcrc.state.sc.usRichland
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Roper Mountain Science Center402 Roper Mountain Road
Greenville, SC 29615
864-355-8925https://ropermountain.org/main.asp?titleid=summercampsSummer camps that accommodate students with disabilities in a full inclusion model (no supports provided) covering a variety of STEM topics. liphilli@greenville.k12.sc.usGreenville
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SOS Career Camp
P.O. Box 7136
Myrtle Beach, SC 29572
843-449-0554www.sos-healthcare.comAges 14-21, Ten weeks, 5 days per week. Day camp. Focuses on transition needs such as learning about local businesses, money management, hygiene, etc.jamie.sullivan@sos-healthcare.comHorry
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SOS Summer Camp
P.O. Box 7136
Myrtle Beach, SC 29572
843-449-0554www.sos-healthcare.comAges 4-21, Ten weeks, 5 days per week. Day camp. Field trips, guest speakers, activities including outside time, arts and crafts, science, nutrition, etc.jamie.sullivan@sos-healthcare.comHorry
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South Carolina State Museum301 Gervais St
Columbia, SC 29214
(803) 898-4921http://scmuseum.org/Sensory Friendly Days and Summer Campslaura.kane@scmuseum.orgLexington , Richland
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Summer Music Groups1900 Sunset Blvd
West Columbia, SC 29169
803-250-6833http://keychangesmusictherapy.com/2014/03/summer-music-groups/summer campLexington , Richland
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Summer PAALS8024 Winnsboro Rd.
Blythewood, SC 29016
(803) 788-7063https://www.paals.org/summer-paals/summer campCalhoun , Fairfield , Kershaw , Lexington , Richland , Sumter
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Super Summer Camp105 Oak Park Dr
Irmo SC, 29063
803-732-1999http://www.campchannel.com/summer-camps/Super-Summer-Camp-4584.htmlsummer campLexington , Richland
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Talisman Summer Camps64 Gap Creek Road
Zirconia, NC 28790
1 828 697 6313http://talismancamps.com/Sports- Cycling Rides, GolfCherokee , Greenville , Pickens , Spartanburg
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Teen BuddiesR.L. Jones Recreation Center in Mount Pleasant Mt. Pleasant , SC(803) 734-0465https://scddc.recreation.state.sc.us/?q=tmprdsc/accessible-activity-in-sc/teen-buddiessummer campCharleston
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Tek Quest948 Walton Way
Augusta, GA
706-724-6262http://www.tekquest.org/Summer Camp specifically directed at introducing your child to the various assistive technologies that are out there.Aiken
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Whispering Pines Stables206 Adams Mill Road
Mauldin, SC 29662
864-360-3222www.wpstables.com
www.thehorselady.org
Whispering Pines offers therapeutic riding, tours, field trips, birthday parties, and are working to set up a summer camp program. They also offer a vocational program for high school students.debbiewebster615@gmail.comGreenville
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Young Life Capernaum Group2320 E. North St. Suite NN
Greenville, SC 29607
Skeeter Powell
864-915-2479 or
Brian Cooper
864-350-3676
www.greenvillesc.younglife.orgSummer and Weekend Camps and Sports: Tennis- Serves teens and young adults with disabilities. Young Life offers summer and weekend camp opportunities at their Carolina Point facility near Brevard, NC open to individuals with and without disabilities. Greenville
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