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1 Family Support Services Office of Preventive Technical Assistance E-Newsletter Page 1 OPTA Page 2 Cut the Cost of Summer Camp Page 3-13 Special Needs Camps Page Free & Low Cost Camps in Upstate New York, Long Island, Westchester, New Jersey & Pennsylvania Page BRONX Non-Special Needs Camps Page STATEN ISLAND Non Special Needs Camps March 2014 Special Summer Camp Edition ACS Family Support Services (FSS)- Office of Preventive Technical Assistance (OPTA) is pleased to provide you with this special issue for Summer Camps in the Tri-State area and Pennsylvania. In this special E-Newsletter issue you will find an array of free to low cost Special Needs Summer Camps, as well as a variety of traditional Summer Camps. Several of these camps offer financial assistance, waivers and/or fees on a sliding scale. This issue also has information on out-of-school time programs for youths. There is also a featured article entitled, Cut the Cost of Summer Camp. Remember to look out for the upcoming issue of the FSS/OPTA E-Magazine, The Link, where you will find articles focused on promoting best practice, written by practitioners and experts in the field of Child Welfare. The E-Magazine will also continue to provide you with links to resources for children and families. We also want to feature preventive programs; so we encourage you to submit program descriptions that highlight your unique services and best practice approaches for future publications. Send your submissions to: Please note: The information or programs and services featured in our newsletter are listed for informational purposes only. This is not intended to be a comprehensive listing and contains information submitted by the service providers. ****************************************************************************** Page 26 Youth Programs Page 27 The Discovery Squad Page 28 Zoos and Gardens Page Summer Camps and Afterschool Programs in NYC

2 M A R C H P A G E 2 Cut the Cost of Summer Camp By Jennifer O'Donnell, About.Com If your child wants to attend camp this summer, but you're worried about the cost, fear not. There are ways to reduce the cost of a summer camp program. 1. Register Early Many camps offer a discount to families who are willing to commit early and register by a certain date. Committing to a camp program in January or February might be hard to do, you may not even know your family's vacation schedule yet. But the effort could pay off by reducing the cost of the program by 10 to 20 percent per child. 2. Ask About Camperships If your family is in financial distress due to a job loss, a death in the family, or some other situation, be sure to ask if the camp offers tuition assistance for families in need. Many camps do, but don't always make their policies known, so be sure to ask. 3. Consider Volunteering If you're able to work at the camp part-time, or volunteer for a day or two, the camp might be willing to reduce your child's registration fee, or waive it altogether. You might consider sharing a hobby with the campers, or teach them about your job, or other interests. Ask what the camp's needs are, and see if you can help meet them. 4. Ask about Sibling Discounts Many camps offer discounts to families sending more than one child to camp. Discounts range widely, but can make a big difference in the bottom line. Be sure you also ask if the camp offers discounts to returning campers, as a reward for their loyalty. 5. Know the Camp's Policies Sending a child to camp can be expensive, but it can't get any worse than paying for the experience only to cancel without refund. Be sure you understand the camp's policies regarding refunds due to cancellation. Will the camp refund for an emergency, such as a death in the family? 6. Refer a Friend If your child attended a camp and loved it, you may qualify for a discount if he refers a friend to the program. Refer more than one friend, and your child could attend for free. 7. Shop Around There are so many camps available and prices range widely. Be sure you take the time to research programs in your area to see which camps fit your child's interests and your family budget. Girl Scout and Boy Scout camps are often reasonably priced, and can offer many of the same opportunities available at camps with twice the price. Ask friends for recommendations. If you can, attend a camp fair in order to compare programs and educate yourself about the costs. For more information on this topic go to tp/campcosts.htm

3 M A R C H P A G E 3 SPECIAL NEEDS CAMPS BROOKLYN A.C.T.I.O.N. (Adolescents Coming Together In Our Neighborhood) 175 Lawrence Avenue, Brooklyn, NY Administrative & Camp Phone: (718) , x345 or x432 Website: Affiliation: United Cerebral Palsy of New York City, Inc. Autism Developmental Delay, Intellectual Disability, Multiple Disorders, Neurological Disorder, Orthopedic Impairment, Speech/Language Disability Traumatic Brain Injury, Visual Impairment Ages Served: Fees for Program: None Medical Staff: No Bais Ezra th Street Brooklyn, NY Office & Camp Phone: (718) Toll-Free Phone: (800) 603-OHEL Website: Affiliation: Ohel Children's Home & Family Services Developmental Disabilities Ages Served: 6-21 Block Institute - Summer Respite -Day Camp 376 Bay 44th Street, Brooklyn, NY Office Phone: (718) Camp Phone: (718) Website: Affiliation: OPWDD Autism, Neurological Disorder, Developmental Delay Intellectual Disability (mild - moderate) Developmental Delay, Learning Disability Ages Served: 3-8 Fees for Program: None Wheelchair Access: No Brooklyn Conservatory of Music -Music Therapy Program 58 Seventh Avenue, Brooklyn, NY Office Phone: (718) Camp Phone: (718) Website: Type of Camp: Once a week group class or private sessions from late July-early August. All Disabilities. Asperger Syndrome, ADD/ADHD, Autism, Blind/Visual Impairment, Cancer, Emotional Disability, Learning Disability Intellectual Disability (mild-moderate), Intellectual Disability (severe-profound), Neurological Disability, Pervasive Developmental Disorder, Physical/Orthopedic Disability Seizure Disorder, and Speech/Language Disability Ages Served: 18 months+ Fees for Program: Contact for Info Eihab Human Services 3021 Atlantic Avenue Brooklyn, NY Office Phone: (718) Camp Phone: (718) Website: Friendship Circle of the Upper East Side 816 Eastern Parkway Brooklyn, NY Office & Camp Phone: (718) Website:

4 M A R C H P A G E 4 SPECIAL NEEDS CAMPS Ages Served: 5-13 Medical Staff: No HASC Summer Program th Avenue, Brooklyn, NY Office Phone: (718) Camp Location: 361 Parksville Road, Parksville, NY Camp Phone: (845) Website: Affiliation: Hebrew Academy for Special Children, Sleep Away ADD/ADHD, Autism Intellectual Disability (mild/moderate), Intellectual Disability (severe - profound), Neurological Disability, Physical/Orthopedic Disability and Seizure Disorder Ages Served: 3+ Fees for Program: $6,500 - $8, 000/ages 3-12 (depending on approval and payment by school district); $8,000/ages 21+ Financial assistance to those that qualify. Medical Staff: Doctor, Nurse Lisa Beth Gerstman Camp - Brooklyn, Prospect Park YMCA 357 Ninth Street, Brooklyn, NY Office Phone: (718) Opt 4 Camp Phone: (718) x4508 Website: Affiliation: Prospect Park YMCA, July 14-Aug 1st Physical/Orthopedic, Down Syndrome & Developmental Disability. Ages Served: 5-12 Fees for Program: $600/ 3 weeks. Some financial assistance if qualified. Marks JCH of Bensonhurst 7802 Bay Parkway, Brooklyn, NY Office Phone: (718) x143 Camp Phone: (718) Website: Affiliation: Jewish Community House of Bensonhurst Asperger Syndrome, ADD/ ADHD and Learning Disability Ages Served: 3-14 Fees for Program: Contact for info Medical Staff: CPR certified Open Doors Learning Zone th Avenue, Brooklyn, NY Office & Camp Phone: (718) Ages Served: 3-14 Otsar Family Services Office & Camp Location: 2334 West 13th Street, Brooklyn, NY Office Phone: (718) Camp Phone: (718) x205 Website: Type of Camp: Mini-Day Camp running for 10 days at the end of August. Developmental Disabilities Fees: Waiver Service Medical Staff: No Pesach Tikvah Office Location: 18 Middleton St. Brooklyn, NY Office Phone: (212) Camp Location: 139 Wallabout St., Brooklyn, NY 11126

5 M A R C H P A G E 5 SPECIAL NEEDS CAMPS Camp Phone: (718) Website: Developmental Disabilities and Physical Disabilities Ages Served: 4-22 Fees: Medicaid Waiver Medical Staff: No Powerplay 432 Third Avenue, Brooklyn, NY Office & Camp Phone: (718) Website: July 1-31st Autism, Learning Disabilities, Developmental Disabilities Ages Served: 3-14 Fees: Call for Information Summer F.U.N. (Fulfilling Unmet Needs) Office & Camp Location: 2440 Fulton Street, Brooklyn, NY Office Phone: (718) Camp Phone: (347) Website: Affiliation: Catholic Charities of Brooklyn and Queens Mental Retardation. Ages Served: 6+ Fees: Call for Information and Registration BRONX Camp Sunshine/Camp Elan 3450 Dekalb Avenue, Bronx, NY Administrative & Camp Phone: (718) Ext. 386 Website: Affiliation: Mosholu Montefiore Community Center Asperger Syndrome, ADD/ADHD Learning Disability, Pervasive Developmental Disorder, Speech/Language Disability Ages Served: 5-12 (Sunshine); (Elan) Call for price. Registration began in September Happiness is Camping 2169 Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY Office Phone: (718) Camp Location: 62 Sunset Lake Road Hardwick, NJ Camp Phone: (908) Website: Cancer Ages Served: 6-15 Fees for Program: None Medical Staff: Doctor, Nurse Registration began in January Kingsbridge Heights Community Center, Inc Kingsbridge Terrace, Bronx, NY Office & Camp Phone: (718) Ext. 168 Website: Autism Intellectual Disability (mild - moderate) Ages Served: 5-21 Fees for Program: None Wheelchair Access: No Kips Bay Boys and Girls Club Office & Camp Location: 1930 Randall Avenue, Bronx, NY Office & Camp Phone: (718) Ext. 246 Website:

6 M A R C H M A R C H P A G E 6 SPECIAL NEEDS CAMPS Affiliation: Boys and Girls Club of America Ages Served: 6-18 Fees for Program: call for additional information Parkside Community Center-NYCHA 2972 Bronx Park East, Bronx, NY Office & Camp Phone: (718) Website: bronxparksidecc.shtml Most Disabilities- with limitations due to lack of 1:1 staff to child ratio. Ages Served: 6-12 Medical Staff: No, but limited, as public mass transit is used for daily activities. TM Baseball & Softball Academy 1371 Seabury Avenue, Suite 3, Bronx, NY Office Phone: (347) Camp Location: 1371 Seabury Avenue, Bronx, NY Camp Phone: (347) Website: Ages Served: 6+ Fees for Program: Contact for Information MANHATTAN AHRC - Bronx School Holiday Respite 83 Maiden Lane, New York, NY Office Phone: (212) Camp Location: 2300 Wallace Avenue, Bronx, NY Website: Affiliation: AHRC Autism Intellectual Disability (mild - moderate) Intellectual Disability (severe - profound) Physical/ Orthopedic Disability, Seizure Disorder Fees for Program: Medicaid Waiver Program AHRC - Camp Anne 83 Maiden Lane, 9th Floor, NY, NY Office Phone: (212) Camp Location: 228 Four Corners Road Ancramdale, NY Camp Phone: (518) Website: campanne/index.html Autism, Intellectual Disability (mild - moderate) Ages Served: 5+ Fees for Program: Scholarship, Sliding Scale & Medicaid Waiver Program AHRC Katy Isaacson & Eileen Gordon Lodge 83 Maiden Lane, 9th Floor, New York, NY Office Phone: (212) Camp Location: 653 Colgate Road, East Jewett, NY Camp Phone: (518) Website: index.html Asperger Syndrome, Autism Ages Served: 18+ Fees for Program: Sliding Scale, Medicaid Waiver Program

7 M A R C H P A G E 7 SPECIAL NEEDS CAMPS Beacon Programs NYC DYCD 156 William Street New York, NY Administrative & Camp Phone: (212) Website: Affiliation: NYC Department of Youth and Community Development (DYCD) Ages Served: 6-18 Camp Bari-Tov 1395 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY Office Phone: (212) Camp Location: 667 Blauvelt Road Pearl River, NY Camp Phone: (212) Website: Affiliation: 92nd Street YM-YWHA - 8:30am-5:00pm Autism, Developmental Delay Fee: $5,900 from June 30-August 19, Scholarship if qualify Wheelchair Access: No Camp Hidden Valley 633 Third Avenue, 14th Floor New York, NY Office Phone: or (212) Camp Location: 436 Van Wyck Lake Road, Fishkill, NY Camp Phone: (845) Website: Affiliation: The Fresh Air Fund Asthma, Visual Impairment, Cerebral Palsy, Deaf/Hard of Hearing, Muscular Dystrophy Physical/Orthopedic Disability, Sickle Cell Anemia, Speech/Language Disability Ages Served: 8-12 girls & 8-15 boys Fees for Program: Free for low income families Camp Oakhurst 1140 Broadway, Room 903, New York, NY Office Phone: (212) Camp Location: 111 Monmouth Road, Oakhurst, NJ Camp Phone: (732) Website: Affiliation: New York Service for the Handicapped Physical/Orthopedic Disability, Autism Ages Served: 7+ Fees for Program: $1,650 for two weeks; scholarship, Medicaid Waiver Program scaled to family size and income Registration: Jan. until full Camp Oasis 386 Park Avenue South, 14th Floor New York, NY Office Phone: (212) Opt 8 Camp Location: Elizaville, NY Camp Phone: (212) , x7130 Website: Affiliation: Crohn's & Colitis Foundation of America (CCFA) Colitis (Ulcerative), Crohn's Disease Inflammatory Bowel Disease Ages Served: 8-17 Fees for Program: Free Medical Staff: Doctor, Nurse Wheelchair Access: No

8 M A R C H P A G E 8 SPECIAL NEEDS CAMPS Camp Phoenix 445 East 69th Street, Unit 208 New York, NY Administrative & Camp Phone: (212) Website: Affiliation: Weill Cornell Medical School, Sleep Away Pediatric Burn Survivors of New York Presbyterian Hospital Ages Served: 7-15 Fees for Program: Free for Burn Survivors Registration: Throughout year Medical Staff: Doctor, Nurse (Sleep Away only) (only for Sleep Away) Camp Tova - 92nd Street Y 1395 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY Office Phone: (212) Camp Location: 667 Blauvelt Road, Pearl River, NY Camp Phone: (212) Website: Affiliation: 92nd Street YM-YWHA ADD/ADHD Learning Disability, Speech/Language impairment Ages: 5-13 year old Fee: $6,100 from June 30-Aug 19 Wheelchair Access: No Columbia University Cerebral Palsy Camp The Teachers College at Columbia University, 525 West 120th Street New York, NY Administrative & Camp Phone: (212) Website: Cerebral Palsy Ages Served: 6-13 (Day Camp), (Homebased) Fees for Program: Call for information Def Dance Jam Workshop Office Location: P.O. Box 3092 Manhattanville Station, New York, NY Office Phone: (212) Website: July-Aug. Deaf/Hard of Hearing Fee/Registration: Call for information Footholds Ramapo for Children 15 West 36th Street, New York, NY Office Phone: (845) Camp Location: Route 52/Salisbury Turnpike Rhinebeck, NY Camp Phone: (845) Website: Learning Disability, Emotional Disability Ages Served: 4-18 Fees for Program: Call for Information Wheelchair Access: No Hamilton Madison House/ Saturday Summer Fun 50 Madison Street, New York, NY Office Phone: (800) Camp Phone: (212) x320 Website: Autism

9 M A R C H P A G E 9 SPECIAL NEEDS CAMPS Ages Served: Fees: Call for Information Medical Staff: No Wheelchair Access: No Happy Days Summer Camp at Happy Hour 4 Kids 34 East 29th Street, 2nd Floor New York, NY Office & Camp Phone: (212) Website: Socialization Issues and Behavioral Ages Served: 3-14 For more information, call the number above. Harlem YMCA-Jackie Robinson Summer Camp 181 West 135th Street, New York, NY Office Phone: (212) Camp Phone: (212) Website: Affiliation: YMCA of Greater New York Asthma, Obesity, Sickle Cell Anemia Ages Served: 5-17 Fees: Call for Information Parkside School Summer Program 48 West 74th Street, New York, NY Administrative & Camp Phone: (212) Website: Speech/Language Disability Ages Served: 5-11 Fees for Program: Call for Information Police Athletic League, Inc. (PAL) Summer Day Programs 34 1/2 East 12th Street, New York, NY Office Phone: (212) x394 Camp Location: Various Locations Camp Phone: (212) x394 Website: Various Needs Ages Served: 5-13, 5yr olds must be enrolled in Kindergarten Fees/Registration: Call for information. Ready, Set, Play 85 Warren Street, New York, NY Office & Camp Phone: (646) Website: Social Skills/Pragmatics, Socialization Issues and Developmental Delays Ages Served: 3-6 years Fee: Call for current tuition, June 24-Aug 1st. Registration: Ongoing United Neighborhood Houses of New York, Inc. Office Location: 70 West 36th Street, 5th Floor, New York, NY Administrative Phone: (212) , x345 Camp Location: Various Website: Please call for more information. Wagon Road Day Camp Office Location: 105 East 22nd Street, New York, NY Office Phone: (212) For Camp Info: Vito Interrante, (212)

10 M A R C H P A G E 10 SPECIAL NEEDS CAMPS Camp Location: 431 Quaker Road, Chappaqua, NY Camp Phone: (914) Website: Affiliation: The Children's Aid Society Deaf/Hard of Hearing Ages Served: 6-13 Fees: Call for information. West End Day School 255 West 71st Street, New York, NY Office Phone: (212) Camp Phone: (212) x303 Website: Camp ADD/ADHD Ages Served: 5-9 Fee: Call for information. Medical Staff: No Yachad, The National Jewish Council for Disabilities 11 Broadway, 13th Floor, New York, NY Office Phone: (212) Camp Phone: (212) Website: Developmental Disabilities Ages: 8-35 years Fee: Call for qualification info Registration: Nov. until full For more information, call or visit their website. YAI / MAC - Mainstreaming At Camp Office Location: (C/O YAI) 460 West 34th Street, 11th Floor New York, NY Office & Camp Phone: (212) Camp Location: Frost Valley, Claryville, NY Website: Affiliation: YAI - National Institute for People with Disabilities Asperger, Autism, Developmental Disability, Learning Disability, Intellectual Disability (mild-mod), Pervasive Developmental Disorder and Seizure Disorder Ages Served: 6-18 AHRC - Queens School Holiday Respite 83 Maiden Lane, New York, NY Office Phone: (212) Fax: (212) Camp Location: th Street, Astoria, NY Camp Phone: (212) Website: Affiliation: AHRC Autism Intellectual Disability (mild - moderate) Intellectual Disability (severe - profound) Pervasive Developmental Disorder. Seizure Disorder Ages Served: 5-20 Fees for Program: Contact for information. Cross Island YMCA Hillside Avenue, Bellerose, NY Administrative & Camp Phone: (718) Website: Affiliation: YMCA of Greater New York ADD/ADHD, Autism, Developmental Delay, Down Syndrome, Learning Disability, Intellectual Disability (mild - moderate), Physical/Orthopedic Disability and Speech/Language Delays Ages Served: 5-15 Early Elementary ages 2 5 ½. Fees for Program: Contact for information.

11 M A R C H P A G E 11 SPECIAL NEEDS CAMPS QUEENS Lisa Beth Gerstman Camp Hillside Avenue, Bellerose, NY Office Phone: (718) Fax: (718) Camp Phone: (718) Website: Affiliation: Cross Island YMCA Physical/Orthopedic Disability and Developmental Disabilities Ages Served: 6-14 Fees for Program: $650/3 weeks Samuel Field Y - Autism Summer Respite Little Neck Parkway, Little Neck, NY Office Phone: (718) x266 Camp Phone: (718) , Shira Website: Affiliation: Samuel Field Y Autism, Intellectual Disability (mild - mod), Pervasive Developmental Disorder Ages Served: 5-20 Fees for Program: Medicaid Waiver Program Wheelchair Access: No Samuel Field Y - Lisa Beth Gerstman Deaf and Hearing Impaired Camp Little Neck Parkway, Little Neck, NY Administrative & Camp Phone: (718) Website: Affiliation: Samuel Field Y Deaf/Hard of Hearing Ages Served: 7-13 Fees for Program: Call for Information Samuel Field Y - Special Services Camp Little Neck Parkway, Little Neck, NY Office Phone: (718) Camp Phone: (718) x259 Website: Affiliation: Samuel Field Y Intellectual Disability (mild - moderate) Neurological Disability Ages Served: 6-20 Fees: Contact for information. Most Personnel trained for Response To Emergencies (RTE) Wheelchair Access: Limited, depending on site daily activities. St. Mary's Hospital for Children Pediatric Medical Day Care Program th Street, RM 307 Bayside, NY Office Phone: (718) Camp Location: th Street, Bayside, NY Camp Phone: (718) Website: Affiliation: St. Mary's Healthcare System ADD/ADHD, Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome, Health Impairment Learning Disability, Intellectual Disability (mild - moderate), Physical/Orthopedic Disability, Seizure Disorder, Speech/Language Disability and Technology Supported Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Ages Served: 5-25

12 M A R C H P A G E 12 SPECIAL NEEDS CAMPS Fees for Program: Only Medicaid-Funded Program and some Managed-Medicaid, Nurse Practitioner STATEN ISLAND AHRC-Staten Island School Holiday Respite 83 Maiden Lane, New York, NY Office Phone: (212) Camp Location: Messiah Lutheran Church, Annadale Road, Staten Island, NY Camp Phone: (212) Website: Affiliation: AHRC Last 2 weeks August Autism, Intellectual Disability (mild - moderate) Intellectual Disability (severe - profound), Physical/Orthopedic Disability, Seizure Disorder Ages Served: 3-15 Fees for Program: Contact for information Camp Independence-Staten Island 1466 Manor Road, Staten Island, NY Office Phone: (718) Camp Location: 1131 Manor Road Staten Island, NY Camp Phone: (718) Website: Affiliation: Jewish Community Center of Staten Island Diabetes Ages Served: 5-12 Fees for Program: Call for information Wheelchair Access: No Eden II 150 Granite Avenue, Staten Island, NY Office Phone: (718) Camp Phone: (718) Website: Autism, Asperger Syndrome Ages Served: 3-21 Medical Staff: No Eden II Summer Camp 150 Granite Avenue, Staten Island, NY Administrative & Camp Phone: (718) Website: Affiliation: Eden II School Autism, Pervasive Developmental Disorder Ages Served: 3-21 Fees for Program: $75/week Bridge 2 Life Camp 80 Maiden Lane, 2nd Floor, NY, NY Office & Camp Phone: (212) Contact: Jackie DeCarlo for Application and Admission Interview Website: Children from families who struggle with addictions. Ages: 7-12 Fee for Program: Free Medical Staff: No Wheelchair Access: No

13 M A R C H P A G E 13 SPECIAL NEEDS CAMPS Camp Akeela 3 New King Street, White Plains, NY Office Phone: (866) Camp Location: 1 Thoreau Way, Thetford Center, VT Camp Phone: (866) Website: Asperger Syndrome Ages Served: 9-17 Fees for Program: $6,950 for 3 1/2 weeks Wheelchair Access: No Camp Cherokee 4930 West Seneca Turnpike, Syracuse, NY Office Phone: (315) Ask for Barbara Camp Location: 433 Gilpin Bay Road, Syracuse, NY Website: Affiliation: New York Conference of Seventh Day Adventists Blind/Visual Impairment Ages Served: 6-17 Fees for Program: Call for information Wheelchair Access: No Camp Dost - Ronald McDonald House PO Box 300, Danville, PA Office Phone: (570) Camp Location: Camp Victory Campsite PO Box 810, Millville, PA Camp Phone: (570) Affiliation: Geisinger Medical Center/ The Ronald McDonald House of Danville, Inc. Cancer Ages Served: 4-18 Fees for Program: None Medical Staff: Doctor, Nurse Camp Dream Street 411 East Clinton Avenue, Tenafly, NJ Administrative & Camp Phone: (201) x1455 Website: Affiliation: JCC on the Palisades Cancer Fees for Program: None Medical Staff: Doctor, Nurse Camp Dreamcatcher 617 West South Street, Kennett Square, PA Administrative & Camp Phone: (610) Website: AIDS/HIV+ Ages Served: 5-17 Fees for Program: None Medical Staff: Doctor, Nurse Wheelchair Access: No Camp Echo 121 Westmoreland Avenue White Plains, NY Office Phone: (914) Camp Location: 75 Mount Laurel Lane Cold Spring, NY Camp Phone: (845) Affiliation: Westchester ARC Intellectual Disability (mild - severe) Ages Served: 21+ Fees for Program: Contact for Information and EMT Wheelchair Access: No

14 M A R C H P A G E 14 FREE AND LOW COST CAMPS IN UPSTATE NEW YORK, LONG ISLAND, WESTCHESTER, NEW JERSEY & PENNSYVANIA Camp Good Days and Special Times, Inc Pittsford-Mendon Road Mendon, NY Office Phone: (585) Fax: (585) Camp Location: 643 West Lake Road Branchport, NY Camp Phone: (315) Website: At Risk children affected by violence, Cancer, Sickle Cell Anemia Ages Served: 8+ Fees for Program: None Medical Staff: Doctor, Nurse Camp Good Grief 481 Westhampton-Riverhead Road PO Box 1048 Westhampton Beach, NY Office Phone: (631) Camp Location: Camp de Wolfe Wading River, NY Camp Phone: (631) Website: Affiliation: East End Hospice Bereavement Ages Served: 4-17 Fees for Program: None Wheelchair Access: Call Camp Helen Keller 1 Helen Keller Way, Hempstead, NY Office Phone: (516) Camp Location: S.U.N.Y. Farmingdale Farmingdale, NY Camp Phone: (516) Website: Affiliation: Helen Keller Services for the Blind Blind/Visual Impairment Camp Hidden Valley 633 Third Ave, 14th Fl, New York, NY Office Phone: (212) Camp Location: 436 Van Wyck Lake Road Fishkill, NY Camp Phone: (845) Website: Affiliation: The Fresh Air Fund Asthma, Visual Impairment, Cerebral Palsy, Deaf/Hard of Hearing, Muscular Dystrophy, Physical/Orthopedic Disability, Sickle Cell Anemia, Speech/Language Disability Ages Served: 8-12 Fees for Program: None (if you qualify) Camp Radalbek, Inc Roods Creek Road, Hancock, NY Administrative & Camp Phone: (607) Spina Bifida Intellectual Disability (mild - moderate) Ages Served: 14+ Fees for Program: Call for Information Medical Staff: Doctor (on-call), Nurse Wheelchair Access: No Ages Served: 7-17 Medical Staff: Doctor, Nurse, EMT

15 M A R C H P A G E 15 FREE AND LOW COST CAMPS IN UPSTATE NEW YORK, LONG ISLAND, WESTCHESTER, NEW JERSEY & PENNSYVANIA Camp Sundown 437 Snydertown Road, Craryville, NY Office Phone: (518) Camp Phone: (518) Website: Skin Cancer, Sun Sensitivity Ages Served: 5+ Fees for Program: None Medical Staff: Doctor (on-call), Nurse Wheelchair Access: No Camp Sunrise at Camp Warwick PO Box 349 Warwick, NY Administrative & Camp Phone: (845) (Scott) Website: Asperger Syndrome Autism, Blind/Visual Impairment, Deaf/Hard of Hearing, Emotional Disability, Learning Disability, Intellectual Disability (mild - mod) Intellectual Disability (severe - profound) Ages Served: 8-55 Fees for Program: Call for Information Camp Talooli Office Location: 7 Adler Drive East Syracuse, NY Camp Location: 520 Country Road 54 Pennelleville, NY Camp Phone: (315) Website: Sleep Away Learning Disabilities Ages Served: 5-15 Fees: $195 for Day, $310 for Sleep Away Medical Staff: Yes Double 'H' Ranch 97 Hidden Valley Road Lake Luzerne, NY Administrative & Camp Phone: (518) Fax: (518) Website: Affiliation: Serious Fun Network AIDS/HIV+, Blood Disorders, Cancer, Chronic Illness, Life-Threatening Illness, Neuromuscular Disorders Ages Served: 6-16 Fees for Program: None Medical Staff: Doctor, Nurse Haven Camp 6420 Pillmore Drive. Rome, NY Administrative & Camp Phone: (315) Registration available online using website. Early registration is encouraged as camps fill up quickly! Website: Affiliation: Delta Lake Bible Conference Center. Weekly camp sessions starting July 7-11th; with the last week from Aug 11th Aug 15th Developmental Disability, Intellectual Disability (mild - moderate) Ages Served: 15+ Fees for Program: $400/week (M-F) or $210 for weekend camp events (One weekend in Spring, April 12-14th & One weekend in the Fall, Oct 17th 19th)

16 M A R C H P A G E 16 FREE AND LOW COST CAMPS IN UPSTATE NEW YORK, LONG ISLAND, WESTCHESTER, NEW JERSEY & PENNSYVANIA Hope with Heart PO Box 737, Harriman, NY Office Phone: (973) , Ask for Scott Camp Location: Hoyt Road, Warwick, NY Camp Phone: (845) Website: Other Health Impairment Medical Staff: Doctor (on call), Nurse Kamp Kiwanis 9020 Kiwanis Road, Taberg, NY Administrative & Camp Phone: (315) Website: Affiliation: New York District Kiwanis Foundation AIDS/HIV+, Asthma, ADD/ADHD, Cancer, Cardiac Disorder, Cystic Fibrosis Developmental Disability, Diabetes, Emotional Disability, Deaf/Hard of Hearing, Learning Disability, Intellectual Disability (mild), Pervasive Developmental Disorder, Physical/Orthopedic Disability, Technology Supported, Visual Impairment Ages Served: 8-14 Fees for Program: $425; $525 w/transportation, EMT Kiddie Keep Well Camp 35 Roosevelt Drive Edison, NJ Administrative & Camp Phone: (732) Website: Affiliation: Middlesex Recreational Council At Risk Children Ages Served: 6-15 Fees for Program: None Wheelchair Access: No Kidz Time Office Location: 3045 Gomer Street Yorktown Heights, NY Office & Camp Phone: (914) Camp Location: 235 Elm Road Briarcliff, NJ Website: Type of Camp: Other Summer Program Affiliation: Pace University Ages Served: 5-14 Fees: $800 full year, $400 for 12 weeks Medical Staff: No Miracle League of Westchester 30 Glenn Street, Suite 307 White Plains, NY Office & Camp Phone: (914) Website: Type of Camp: Other Summer Program All Disabilities Ages Served: All Fees for Program: None Medical Staff: No Wheelchair Access: No

17 M A R C H P A G E 17 FREE AND LOW COST CAMPS IN UPSTATE NEW YORK, LONG ISLAND, WESTCHESTER, NEW JERSEY & PENNSYVANIA Music Conservatory of Westchester Office & Camp Location: 216 Central Avenue White Plains, NY Office & Camp Phone: (914) x134 Website: Various Special Needs Emotional Disabilities Ages Served: Children and Adults Fees: None Medical Staff: No Wheelchair Access: No Ronald McDonald Camp 3925 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA Office Phone: (215) x486 Fax: (215) Camp Location: Timber Tops Camp, Greeley, PA Camp Phone: (215) x486 Website: Affiliation: Ronald McDonald House of Philadelphia Youth with cancer and their siblings Ages Served: 7-19 Fees for Program: None for patients; $100 for siblings Medical Staff: Doctor, Nurses, Psychologist Summer Camp Fun We Love Summer Camp!

18 M A R C H P A G E 18 NON SPECIAL NEEDS CAMPS BRONX Children s Aid Society 1619 Boston Road, Bronx, NY Children s Aid Society Summer Camp for children ages Activities include trips, swimming and sports. Registration began April and is on-going. Camp begins in July, Mon through Thur. 9AM 3 PM. For more information, call the end of March at or log on to The Children's Aid/AileyCamp- Alvin Ailey This free summer camp empowers young people by helping them develop a strong sense of self-esteem, selfexpression and mastery. Each summer, 80 Children s Aid campers (ages 10 to 14) from throughout New York City spend three hours a day, four days a week, learning the basic techniques of ballet, modern dance, jazz and tap. On Fridays, campers celebrate the week's accomplishments during special outings to museums, bowling alleys, swimming pools, skating rinks and other recreation centers. For more information, call or log on to Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club 625 Castle Hill Avenue, Bronx, NY This is a free summer day camp. The program runs ten hours a day, five days a week, Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 6:00pm. Registration starts April For more information, contact Epworth United Methodist Church 834 Concourse Village East, Bronx, NY Summer camp for children ages The fee is $475. Registration begins March Activities include trips, swimming, sports, and movies. For more information, call Community Association of Progressive Dominicans 1865 Morris Avenue, Rm. 140 (Middle School 117),Bronx,NY Free summer camp for children ages Registration begins April 15, 2014 and ends when the 100 slots are filled. The camp starts July through August Activities include art & crafts, trips, swimming and sports. For more information, call BronxWorks BronxWorks operates summer day camp programs for children 6 to 12 years old at three locations in the Bronx. Their summer camps combine recreational activities with hands-on, engaging learning opportunities, creating a balanced schedule that reinforces lessons from school. Summer Camp at the BronxWorks Community Center 1130 Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY (718) Summer Camp at Avenue St. John 500 East 165 Street. Bronx, NY (718)

19 M A R C H P A G E 19 Summer Camp at PS Prospect Ave. Bronx, NY (718) For more information, please contact Jeanne Tibbets, Program Director (718) or at NON SPECIAL NEEDS CAMPS BROOKLYN Mill Basin Day Camp 5945 Strickland Avenue, Brooklyn, NY Mill Basin provides a fulfilling camp experience for children ages 3 to 9 years by providing fun recreational, social and educational activities. There are five individual camp programs with unique and innovative programs for children. Camp begins June 30th 1st and is scheduled to end August 21, There are four seasons in July. Camp begins at 9:00am and ends at 3:30pm for preschoolers', and 4:30pm for other campers. Registration ends when all the slots are filled. Prices range from $1800 to $2300. Fees depend on the number of sessions requested; transportation is additional. For more information, contact Jack Grosbard at or visit North Brooklyn YMCA (Free) Beacon 347/ Starr Street, Brooklyn, NY Camp starts July 7th August 22nd Day Camp (ages 5-11) Campers participate in instructional swimming, arts and crafts, health and fitness, sports and group games. All activities are age-appropriate. Campers also have the opportunity to participate in weekly themes, trips, playgrounds and cultural events. To facilitate academic success our recreational reading component is designed to help kids sharpen their reading skills throughout the summer months. As a part of Day Camp, campers learn how to develop long-lasting friendships and build solid social skills by learning about utilizing our four core values. Teen Camp (ages 12-14) A special summer experience awaits pre-teens and teens enrolled in the camp. There are many scheduled activities, but Teen Camp emphasizes decision-making, so that youth are encouraged to choose their activities. Swimming, sports, reading, trips and games are all offered as well as leadership development activities that include community service activities that teach youth to make a positive impact in their neighborhood. Teen Camp helps pre-teens and teens develop social skills and leadership ability while having loads of fun. For more information, call or North Brooklyn YMCA (Free) Eastern District 125 Humboldt Street Brooklyn, NY ( ) Session: Call after March 17th for camp dates and sessions. Day Camp (ages 5-11) Campers participate in instructional swimming, arts and crafts, health and fitness, sports and group games. All activities are age-appropriate. Campers also have the opportunity to participate in weekly themes, trip, playgrounds and cultural events. To facilitate academic success our recreational reading component is designed to help kids sharpen their reading skills throughout the summer months. As a part of Day Camp, campers leahow to develop long-lasting friendships and build solid social skills by learning about utilizing our four core values.

20 M A R C H P A G E 20 CityParks Sports Free Lessons in Parks From its veteran City Parks Tennis to more recent additions like City Parks Track & Field, brings more free kids sports programs into parks throughout the five boroughs of New York City than ever! CityParks Golf, Tennis and Track & Field help promote physical fitness, as well as building self confidence. These FREE sports programs are designed to make instruction and equipment freely available to those who want to learn in a fun, relaxed environment. CityParks Golf, Tennis and Track & Field free lessons for kids are offered for all skill levels. CityParks Golf CityParks Golf makes it fun and easy for boys and girls ages 6 to 17 to learn to play golf. These FREE golf lessons, held in public parks and on citywide courses, makes the sport of golf accessible to kids of all skill levels throughout New York City. Free use of equipment is available at all lessons. CityParks Junior Golf Center Located next to the Dyker Beach public golf course in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, the CityParks Junior Golf Center is a new, state-of-the-art facility that offers free golf instruction to New York City children between the ages of CityParks Tennis CityParks Tennis provides free tennis lessons to thousands of kids ages 5 to 16 each year in more than 36 parks throughout the five boroughs. CityParks Track & Field CityParks Track & Field, presented by ING gives New York City boys and girls ages 5-16 the chance to learn the basics of the sport, from hurdles and relay races to long jump, shot put and javelin throw. The program runs each summer in July and August. For further information on all CityParks Summer Programs, call NON SPECIAL NEEDS CAMPS MANHATTAN Sports and Arts in Schools Foundation, Harlem Day Charter 442 East Houston Street, New York, NY The NY City Council Summer Program at Harlem Day Charter will run May to June (Spring) and July to August (Summer). This program is free for all participating families living in the communities throughout the five boroughs between the 1st and 12th grade. The program will offer a wide range of activities such as sports, arts, cultural activities and field trips throughout the summer. Registration is on a first come first serve basis. Registration is on-going until slots are filled. For applications, log onto camps.html. For more information call the Summer Camp helpline at or to inquire about availability and to register. New York City Housing Authority/Wagner Housing Community Center Day Camp 435 East 120 Street, New York, NY This 8 week summer program for children ages 6-12 runs from July-August. The cost is $350 and an array of activities is provided. Children attend field trips, computer skills training, drama, and art & crafts classes for $300. Registration is on-going until all slots are filled. For more information, please call New York City Mission Society/Minisink Townhouse Day Camp 646 Lenox Avenue, New York, NY This six week summer camp program for children ages 6-12 runs from July through August, and offers an array of fun activities. Children participate in trips, swimming, literacy, technology, sports, arts

21 M A R C H P A G E 21 & crafts and much more for $500. Payment installments can be arranged. Registration begins in May. For more information, call Police Athletic League, Inc./PAL Armory Friendship Coaching PS Fort Washington Avenue corner of 169 Street, NY, NY The PAL is offering a fun 7 week summer program from July to August, Mon-Fri, 9am-6pm for children ages 5 to 13. Activities include 3 to 4 trips a week to local museums, parks, libraries and special events such as Olympic day, arts & crafts, special workshops and sports. Fee based camp. Call for fee information. ACD and 1199 vouchers are accepted. Registration will start the last week of February. For more information, call City of New York Parks & Recreation/Parks Summer camps 35 West 134 Street, New York, NY Parks run summer camp programs in recreation centers citywide for children ages 6-13 (age range varies at each site). Programs include arts & crafts, sports, computers, field trips and more! There is a fee of $500 for the 7 weeks and an installment payment plan in 3 parts can be arranged. For registration, go to the John Hansborough Recreation center or call Registration begins in March and is on-going until the 40 slots are filled. All camps run from July through August, except Camp Carmine at Tony Dapolits, which runs from June to August. For more information log on to programs/programs_summer_camps.html#. NYC Parks and Recreation Summer Camps The NYC Parks Experience Summer Day Camp program is an exciting chance for children to have a fun-filled summer! Your child will engage in sports, fitness, and outdoor adventure and take part in many of New York City s rich cultural and educational opportunities. Campers will hike through local parks, learn to play sports, swim in Parks pools, travel to museums, engage in environmental education and participate in a wide variety of structured activities. The 2014 NYC Parks Experience Summer Day Camp program will be open March 7, 2014 and will end March 16, Registration dates are from March 8 to March 16, The NYC Parks Experience Summer Day Camp program is an exciting chance for children age 6 to 13 to have a fun-filled summer! Your child will engage in sports, fitness, and outdoor adventure and take part in many of New York City s rich cultural and educational opportunities. Program dates are from July 7, 2014 to August 22, Registration The registration will be conducted through an online lottery. More information about how to register will be available soon. For more information log on to Staff will be available during designated hours to assist with registration at our centers. After the lottery ends and slots are filled, any remaining slots will be available for online registration on a first come, first served basis. Cost The NYC Parks Experience is one of the most affordable summer day camp options available. Though we do not offer any financial assistance or sibling discounts, we do offer a three-part payment plan. All camps (except Raymond O'Connor Park) offer Regular Day from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.; select camps offer an Extended Day option from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. See the list of camps below for more details. Regular Day Camp Rate (9:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m., Mondays Fridays): $500 per child for the summer Extended Day Camp Option Rate (8:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m., Mondays Fridays): $575 per child for the summer. This option is available for a limited number of slots at select camps in the Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Staten Island. Payment Plan: Deposit of $100 is due by March 23rd.. The second payment of $200 is due by April 15th. The final payment of $200 ($275 for the Extended Day option at select sites) is due no later than May 11, 2013.

22 M A R C H P A G E 22 `Payment is accepted via credit card (or debit card with a credit card logo), postal money order, or a certified bank check. Personal checks will not be accepted. Camp Locations Please call the numbers listed below for more information about the camp in which you are interested. For general inquiries, please call (212) Camp Shiloh, Inc. P.O. Box 95, New York, NY Camp Shiloh is a Christian Summer Camp, 90 miles northwest New York City in the Catskill Mountains. This camp is situated on 104 wooded acres of land and has cabins for 80 campers and 30 staff members. The Shiloh Camp runs from June to August and serves children 9-15 years old. Registration begins March 2013 to early June Transportation to and from the camp is by chartered bus. There are pick up and drop off locations. For further information and application log onto or call Henry Street Camps/ Summer Day Camps 301 Henry Street, New York, NY Henry Street offers several summer day camp experiences Camp Henry, Summer Arts Camp, Summer Architecture Camp, and Broadway Lab Camp. Camp Henry offers a wide range of educational and recreational enrichment activities for children ages years old. Campers enjoy daily activities such as arts and crafts, music, drama, sports and swimming. The campers have trips around New York City and the tri-state area, including visits to museums and amusement parks, bowling alleys and other interactive sites. Staffed by a team of committed counselors and instructors, many of whom serve as group leaders in our After- School Programs during the school year, Camp Henry fosters self-esteem, respect for others and an appreciation of the arts. The camp is licensed by the Department of Health and accredited by the American Camping Association. Financial aid is available on a sliding scale for eligible families. The fee is $1,300 if registration is done by April 25, Early drop-off and late pick-up are available for an extra flat rate of $150 for the summer. Full Summer: July 7-August 15, 2014 Session 1: July 7-Augut 15, 2014 Session 2: August 1-August 15, 2014 Early Bird Special: Enroll ends April 25, 2014 Registration for Camp Henry 2014 has already begun. For more information, contact Ana Rios at x278 or log on to programs/youth/summer-day-camps.html. NON SPECIAL NEEDS CAMPS QUEENS New York Junior Tennis League PS111, Street, Long Island City, NY Free tennis lessons for children ages For further information, contact Inga at ext To register, parents can bring their children to the above location Monday Friday, 3-6pm and Saturday 9am. Cross Island YMCA Tennis Camp Hillside Avenue, Bellerose, NY The tennis camp for ages 6-12 offers drills and activities carefully designed for different developmental levels,

23 M A R C H P A G E 23 so each camper will have a successful learning experience. The camp will focus on positioning, court layout and rules and regulations. The campers will also learn about the basic forehand and backhand strokes and compete in both singles and doubles activities. The campers will learn about the basic forehand and backhand strokes and compete in both singles and doubles activities. For further information, call Jean Dattner, Special Populations, or or log on to Session I July 1 - July 12 (No Camp July 4th), Session II July 15 - July 26 Session III July 29 - Aug 10, Session IV August 13 - Aug 23 Mini Camp Aug 26 - Aug 30 Camp bulletin online. Summer Day Camp at First Baptist Church of Flushing Sandford Avenue, Flushing, NY The Summer Day Camp at First Baptist Church of Flushing provides enrichment activities, academics and socialization for children in kindergarten through grade 9. The hours are Monday through Friday from 9am-5pm or half days from 9am-1pm and 1pm-5pm. For further information, contact Maria Cheung at ,extension 205. Far Rockaway Police Athletic League 365 Beach 57th street, Arverne, NY This free summer program is offered to children enrolled in their afterschool program and currently in the 5th through the 8th grade. To participate, children must first be enrolled in the afterschool program. For further information on the summer camp and the afterschool enrollment, call Summer Day Camp at Pomonok Center Free camp for children ages 5 (with kindergarten completion) to 12 years old. Children can enjoy a summer full of: Sports and Games Arts n Crafts Dance and Fitness Leaders in Training Program for Teens Ages Spaces are limited, so act fast! Located at: Kissena Blvd; Flushing, NY 11367, (718) Sheena Sukhraj Director, Summer Day Camp at Forest Hills Community Center nd Drive, Queens, NY Our Camp Cafe is for 7 through 12 year olds. Our mission is to demonstrate and support healthy living to our children and their families. Our hands-on activities are designed to educate participants about nutrition, healthy eating, cooking, and physical fitness. By teaching creative eating early in life, our children are empowered to make healthier snack and meal choices during their teens and adulthood. Over the seven-week period, your child will gain experience in the kitchen with our kid-friendly cooking lessons, academic-based food challenges, and weekly themed field trips. Additionally, our children will take part in athletics, performing arts, crafts, water activities, and special events. Each day your child will have opportunities to gain leadership and communication skills, improve his or her more information contact: A Weingarten at ext. 228 or

24 M A R C H P A G E 24 STATEN ISLAND NON SPECIAL NEEDS CAMPS UTOPIA Summer Camps 634 Clove Road, Staten Island, NY UTOPICA Summer Camps are for children ages Sports camp July 1 to August 8, Sports camp (soccer, track, basketball and different types of indoor/outdoor gym games). Registration begins March The weekly cost for each child is $ per week. All camps run Monday to Friday from 9am to 3pm. For further information, contact Mike Bonamo at or log on to The Greenbelt Summer Day Camp 2014 Green Belt Explorer Camp at High Rock Park, 200 Nevada Avenue, Staten Island, NY This Camp is an exciting, educational, hands-on summer camp experience for children ages 5-12, who love nature. Six-week sessions are offered on a Monday through Thursday schedule from 9:30am to 12:30pm. Weekly fee for members is $90.00 and for Non-Members For the six-week session the fee is $510 for Members and $615 for Non-Members. Registration began in March 2014 and will continue until slots are filled. Camps run from July 8 to August 25, Registration forms can be downloaded online at or register by phone at Staten Island YMCA Summer Camp 651 Broadway, Staten Island, NY Richmond Avenue, Staten Island, NY (South Shore) Staten Island YMCA Day Camp begins July 1, August 21, The hours are from Monday through Friday from 8:30 5:30. Children participate in crafts, sports, games, special activities, swimming and more! There are programs for ages For further information on the YMCA Camps on Broadway, call Allison Sicuranza, Camp Director at or To contact the YMCA South Shore, call Bonnie Schiuma, Camp Director at (718) or Staten Island Day Camp (SIDC) College of Staten Island Campus SIDC is located on the College of Staten Island Campus. The program gives campers the opportunity to enter an exciting, caring and safe environment with the emphasis on individual achievement rather than on competition. This enables each child to grow and develop in an atmosphere where they feel good about who they are. The camp provides the following activities: swimming, movies, bowling, arts and crafts, athletics, amusement parks, basketball games, baseball games, roller skating, and carnivals and medieval times. Camp begins July-August For more information, contact the Director, Michael Halpern,at camp or log on to

25 M A R C H P A G E 25 Young People s Day Camp/Staten Island 141 East Service Road, Staten Island, NY Young People s Day Camp is a non-traditional day camp that provides diversified programs, fun adventure and competition. Camp sessions begin July and end in August. Registration is underway and will continue until slots are filled. Camp fees are $850 per 2 week session, $1650 per 4 week session, $2250 per 6 week session, and $2800 per 8 week session. ACD vouchers are accepted. Fees cover door-to-door transportation, and entrance fees for all trips and events. For information, contact the director, Keith Glauber at Day Camp or or log on to New York City Housing Authority /Richmond Terrace Recreation Center Day Camp 476 Richmond Terrace, Staten Island, NY The NYCHA/Richmond Terrace Recreation Center Day is a 8-week summer program for children ages The cost is $375, and an array of activities is provided. Registration begins March For more information, call Diane Fleming Advantage Summer Sports Camps Advantage Tennis and Sports brings all of our clubs, camps and programs together to offer numerous opportunities for kids to be active all summer long. The Advantage All-City Junior Tennis Camps are designed for junior players of all ages and skill levels. Our mission is to provide each junior player with the opportunity to learn, improve and compete, all in an atmosphere of fun and friendship. QuickStart, a popular tennis program for kids ages 4-10, continues to draw students from all over the metro area. In addition, they offer the Advantage Sea and Sport Camp held at the SUNY Maritime College, one of the country s premier waterfront facilities. This camp includes soccer, softball, basketball, swimming and waterfront activities (kayaking, fishing, marine ecology and exploration). The professional staffs at our three Advantage clubs are dedicated to seeing each camper enjoy their summer experience! For more information, contact Paul Fontana at , Ext 204 or him at Advantage All-City Summer Tennis Camp at Roosevelt Island Advantage All-City Summer Tennis Camp at Throggs Neck Roosevelt Island Sports Camp Advantage Sea & Sports Camp

26 M A R C H P A G E 26 SUMMER YOUTH PROGRAMS Department of Youth & Community Development (DYCD) Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP) 156 William Street, 6th Floor, New York NY Alan Chang, Assistant Commissioner & Andrew White, Director of Youth Work Force According to Department of Youth and Community Development (DYCD), the Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP) provides New York City youth between the ages of 14 and 24 with summer employment and educational opportunities. Participants work in a variety of entry-level jobs at government agencies, hospitals, summer camps, nonprofit organizations, small businesses, law firms, museums, sports enterprises, and retail organizations. The Summer Youth Employment Program is designed to: Emphasize real-world labor expectations Increase awareness of services offered by local community-based organizations Provide opportunities for career instruction, financial literacy training, academic improvement, and social growth. For more information, call or or logon to their website: at City Year City Year is an education focused, nonprofit organization that unites young people of all backgrounds for a year of full-time service to keep students in school and on track to graduation. City Year is wholly focused on fighting the national dropout crisis. We have committed to leverage the talent, energy and idealism of corps members to serve as tutors, mentors and role models in schools to help students stay on track and get back on track to graduate. City Year of service is challenging, but also rewarding and fulfilling. While there is no typical corps member background, all corps members must have the ability to work on a team, be a leader, develop leadership skills and be ready to commit 10 months to full-time service. For more information, call or logon to

27 M A R C H P A G E 27 The American Museum of Natural History The Discovery Squad Central Park West at 79th Street New York, NY The American Museum of Natural History is proud to introduce The Discovery Squad, a unique tour program designed for families affected by autism spectrum disorders. The program was developed in collaboration with the Seaver Autism Center at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. On selected Saturday mornings, children on the autism spectrum ages 5 14, accompanied by an adult, can attend a 40-minute tour lead by specially trained Museum tour guides, then spend some time exploring the Discovery Room before the Museum opens to the public. Families are invited to stay after the tour and enjoy the Museum when it opens to the public at 10 am. Children ages 5 9 will discover the dioramas in the Bernard Family Hall of North American Mammals, which offers a snapshot of the plants and animals native to North America. They will then plunge into the ocean to explore the dioramas in the Milstein Hall of Ocean Life. Children ages will join our guides on a paleontological adventure through the Koch Dinosaur Wing. Open to: 5-14-year-olds with autism spectrum disorders. Each child must be accompanied by an adult. Cost: $15 for adults and $10 for children. (Members: $13 for adults and $8 for children). Open daily from 10:00 am - 5:45 pm, except on Thanksgiving and Christmas. Time: 9:00 am-10:00 am Discovery Squad Dates: Saturday, April 5 Saturday, May 3 Saturday, June 21 Space is limited and advance registration is required. Walk-ins will not be accepted. Programs may be subject to change. To register for a Discovery Squad tour, please call Central Reservations at , Monday-Friday, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. For additional information, please call or

28 Free Times at Zoos and Gardens Many know that New York City is a great place for families. However, all that exploring can cost you a pretty penny, unless you know where to go. You won't have to go far to find some free-admission days, museums, concerts and plays, complimentary story sessions with top children's book authors and exciting events that will help you save money. Below is a list with free admissions for zoos and gardens on certain days. Nonetheless, look out for our Magazine, The Link, coming up in March 2014 for more free admission places. Bronx Zoo 2300 Southern Blvd., Bronx, NY There is a suggested donation on Wednesdays. For more information, you can call or logon to Queens Botanical Garden Main St. (Flushing Main St/Dahlia Av), Queens, NY Free November 1 March 30; free Wednesdays, 4 6pm, and Sundays, 4 6pm, March 30 October 31. For more information, you can call logon to Staten Island Zoo 614 Broadway (Broadway/Colonial Ct), Staten Island, NY Free Wednesdays after 2pm. If you have any questions, please call or logon to Wave Hill (Garden) 675 W. 252nd St. (Riverdale 252 St/Independence Av), Bronx, NY Tuesday thru Sunday: 9:00 am-5:30 pm, Closes at 4:30 pm, November 1-March 15 Free Saturdays, 9:00 am noon; free Tuesdays, November April, July and August; free Tuesdays, 9:00 am noon, May, June, September and October; free for kids under 6. If you need more information, please call or logon to For more information, logon to

29 M A R C H P A G E 29 SUMMER CAMPS/AFTERSCHOOL PROGRAMS IN NEW YORK CITY BRONX Aspira of New York, Inc. 250 East 156 Street, Bronx, NY Agency: Aspira of New York, Inc. East Side House Settlement, Inc. 340 Morris Avenue, Bronx, NY Agency: East Side House Settlement, Inc. Sports and Arts In Schools Foundation, Inc. 250 East 156 Street, Bronx, NY Agency: Sports and Arts In Schools Foundation, Inc. Age/Grade: 10-13, Middle School Vacamas Programs for Youth 286 East 156 St., Bronx, NY Agency: Vacamas Programs for Youth Age/Grade: 10-13, Middle School BronxWorks, Melrose Community Center 286 East 156th Street, Bronx, NY Afterschool Programs Cornerstone Program, NYCHA Community Center Program Name: Cornerstone Program, NYCHA Community Center Agency: BronxWorks, Melrose Community Center, Non-Student Phipps Community Development 286 East 156 Street, Bronx, NY 10451, Afterschool Programs NDA Programs, Youth Educational Support Program Name: NDA Programs, Youth Educational Support Agency: Phipps Community Development Sauti Yetu Center for African Women, Inc Third Avenue, Bronx, NY Afterschool Programs NDA Programs, Youth Educational Support Program Name: NDA Programs, Youth Educational Support Agency: Sauti Yetu Center for African Women, Inc. Age/Grade: 14-21, Non-Student Cardinal McCloskey Services 333 East 149th Street, 2nd floor, Bronx, NY Runaway & Homeless Youth Borough-Based Drop- In Center Program Type: Runaway & Homeless Youth Program Name: Borough-Based Drop-In Center Agency: Cardinal McCloskey Services Age/Grade: 16-24, Non-Student LSNY-Bronx Corporation 329 East 149th Street, Bronx, NY Family Support Housing, NDA Programs Program Type: Family Support Program Name: Housing, NDA Programs Agency: LSNY-BRONX CORPORATION Age/Grade: , Non-Student

30 M A R C H P A G E 30 SUMMER CAMPS/AFTERSCHOOL PROGRAMS IN NEW YORK CITY CUNY/Creative Arts Team, Inc. 475 Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY Afterschool Programs NDA Programs, Adolescent Literacy, Youth Educational Support Program Name: NDA Programs, Adolescent Literacy, Youth Educational Support Agency: CUNY/Creative Arts Team, Inc. Age/Grade: 11-13, Middle School Phipps Community Development 3125 Third Avenue, Bronx, NY Family Support Healthy Families, NDA Programs Program Type: Family Support Program Name: Healthy Families, NDA Programs Agency: Phipps Community Development Age/Grade: 6-24+, Senior Citizen Neighborhood Self-Help by Older Persons Projects, Inc Park Avenue, Bronx, NY Family Support NDA Programs, Senior Programs Program Type: Family Support Program Name: NDA Programs, Senior Programs Agency: Neighborhood Self-Help by Older Persons Projects, Inc. Age/Grade: Senior Citizen Status: Senior Citizen Children's Arts & Science Workshops, Inc. 475 Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY Immigrant Services Immigrant Families Services Program Type: Immigrant Services Program Name: Immigrant Families Services Agency: Children's Arts & Science Workshops, Inc. Age/Grade: Status: Immigrant Mosholu Montefiore 3010 Briggs Street, Bronx, NY Afterschool Programs Beacon Program Name: Beacon Agency: Mosholu Montefiore Madison Square Boys and Girls Club 543 East 189 Street, Bronx, NY Agency: Madison Square Boys and Girls Club New York City Mission Society 2400 Marion Avenue, Bronx, NY Agency: New York City Mission Society Age/Grade: 6-10, Elementary Community Association of Progressive Dominicans 2452 Washington Avenue, Bronx, NY Agency: Community Association of Progressive Dominicans Age/Grade: 10-13, Middle School Madison Square Boys and Girls Club 543 East 189 Street, Bronx, NY 10458, Agency: Madison Square Boys and Girls Club Age/Grade: 10-13, Middle School Hospital Audiences, Inc Crotona Avenue, Bronx, NY Afterschool Programs NDA Programs, Youth Educational Support

31 M A R C H P A G E 31 SUMMER CAMPS/AFTERSCHOOL PROGRAMS IN NEW YORK CITY Program Name: NDA Programs, Youth Educational Support Agency: Hospital Audiences, Inc. Age/Grade: 14-21, Non-Student YMCA of Greater New York/Bronx 3041 Bruckner Boulevard, Bronx, NY Agency: YMCA of Greater New York/Bronx Mosholu Montefiore 3710 Barnes Avenue, Bronx, NY Afterschool Programs Beacon Program Name: Beacon Agency: Mosholu Montefiore, Non-Student Child Development Center of the Mosholu Montefiore Co Webster Avenue, Bronx, NY Agency: Child Development CTR of the Mosholu Montefiore Co. Child Development CTR of the Mosholu Montefiore Co Kings College Place, Bronx, NY Agency: Child Development Center of the Mosholu Montefiore Co. Neighborhood Initiatives Development Corporation 650 Waring Avenue, Bronx, NY Agency: Neighborhood Initiatives Development Corporation Abyssinian Development Corporation 149 East Mosholu Pkwy,. Bronx, NY Agency: Abyssinian Development Corporation Age/Grade: 10-13, Middle School Mosholu Montefiore Community Center, Inc. Gun Hill Houses 745 Magenta Street, Bronx, NY Afterschool Programs Cornerstone Program NYCHA Community Center Program Name: Cornerstone Program, NYCHA Community Center Agency: Mosholu Montefiore Community Center, Inc. Gun Hill Houses South Bronx Overall Economic Development Corp. 800 East Gun Hill Road, Bronx, NY Afterschool Programs NDA Programs, Youth Educational Support Program Name: NDA Programs, Youth Educational Support Agency: South Bronx Overall Economic Development Corp. Age/Grade: 14-21, Non-Student

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