Camp ID serves families who have a child who has an immunodeficiency.
Camp O Hana serves families who have a child who is a cancer survivor and participates in the Candlelighters program.
SBANT Family Hispanic Camp serves Spanish speaking families and families who identify with Latin heritage with a child with Spina Bifida or other neural tube defects. Entire families attend educational sessions in Spanish which talk not only about Spina Bifida related issues, but about issues specific to the Hispanic community.
Camp SOAR (Some Organ Assembly Required) is a weekend retreat for teenagers (ages 13-18 years old), who have received a kidney, liver, heart or intestine transplant and currently receive their transplant care at Children's Medical Center Dallas.
Camp Courage is a camp for teen (13-18 years) siblings of children, teens and young adults living with a chronic illness or a life changing injury.
TCU Family Camp provides families of former patients of the Transitional Care Unit with acquired neurological injury diseases or disorders. Eligible campers are between the ages of 5-12.
Serving campers with bladder exstrophy
Serving teens who have kidney disease