American Diabetes Association - Colorado

    Offices Located at 2460 W 26th Ave, Suite 500 C, Denver, CO 80211-5308


    Camp provides a fun and unique experience, inviting kids and their families to become part of a community where they can grow together. For nearly 70 years, we’ve run camps across the country serving over 100,000 children and their families. Camp is a lifeline for both children living with diabetes and those at high risk for developing type 2. We know first-hand how children respond to learning in a safe and fun environment. We believe every child should have the life-changing experience of summer camp.

    Upcoming American Diabetes Association - Colorado Programs

    Camp Sweet Pea

    • Dates: June 14, 2018 to June 16, 2018
    • Audience: Youth
    • Program Type: Day Camp - Multi Days

    The purpose of the American Diabetes Association, Northern Colorado Camp Sweet Pea Day Camp is to provide a unique recreational and educational experience for grade school children with diabetes. With guidance from the camp staff and teen counselors, day campers learn to participate in various camping activities including swimming, sports and much more while developing independence and skills in caring for their diabetes. Sharing experiences with other youngsters who have the same lifestyle encourages acceptance and promotes a positive self-image. Diabetes education sessions teach campers about nutrition, exercise, insulin, highs and lows and blood sugar testing. Children are grouped by age and activities, are supervised by trained certified health professionals and counselors.

    Camp DX

    • Dates: June 18, 2018 to June 22, 2018
    • Audience: Youth
    • Program Type: Day Camp - Multi Days

    Camp Colorado

    • Dates: July 01, 2018 to July 06, 2018
    • Audience: Youth & Teen
    • Program Type: Overnight Camp

    Camp Kick Start

    • Dates: July 26, 2018 to July 28, 2018
    • Audience: Youth
    • Program Type: Day Camp - Multi Days

    Camp Kick Start is a lifeline for children with diabetes to develop the critical skills needed to thrive while managing this disease. Attending summer camp helps children develop social skills, self-respect and life-long friendships. We give kids the opportunity to meet other kids just like them while fostering independence, building self-confidence and gaining an awareness of a healthy lifestyle through education, nutrition, exercise, emotional well-being and glucose control.