Support the ARC of Smith County
Camp HeyDay – Clients served are people with mild to moderate cognitive, intellectual or developmental disabilities ages 14-75. Program provides a week of respite for their parents or caregivers; offers a week of highly supervised fun for the client; teaches upper-level high school students (counselors) responsibility, social growth and compassion; provides campers with role models to emulate at camp and following their return home.
Camp Kennedy – Serves adults over 21 with mild to moderate cognitive, intellectual or developmental disabilities. Program provides all of the above and opportunity for adult campers to participate in a more physical camping environment which includes hiking, low ropes challenge course, target practice, swimming and other typical camp activities.
Camp Friendship – Day camp held twice a year. Serves severely disabled, medically fragile children ages 5-21. Through various activities they are provided social interaction with their peers and counselors.