Translation: "Welcome My Friend " in the Sioux language
Why Choose Camp Ho Mita Koda?
Camp Ho Mita Koda, the oldest summer camp in the nation for children with diabetes was created to help children realize that they are not alone living with diabetes. Top-notch medical professionals from University Hospital, The Cleveland Clinic Hospital and MetroHealth Hospital along with trained Camp Counselors provide vital diabetes self-care skills that help campers become more independent and confident in managing their diabetes.
It is a camp where everyone understands what kids are going through. Campers will experience a traditional camp experience with a variety of fun summertime activities such as rock climbing, paintball, swimming, ropes course, canoeing, horseback riding, archery, arts & crafts, and team sports.
Registration includes: insulin, insulin pump supplies,syringes, glucose meters, test strips, glucagon and other diabetes supplies are provided to all campers free of charge while at Camp Ho Mita Koda. Thank you to Animas, The Cleveland Clinic, Direct Relief USA, LifeScan, Lilly, Medtronic, MetroHealth Hospital, Novo Nordisk OmniPod, Sanofi, Tandem Diabetes and University Hospitals for making this possible.
Located on 72 beautiful wooded acres, children will create lifetime friendships and unforgettable summer memories!
Find out more about this life changing camp that has benefited generations of children since being founded in 1929 and what's new for this summer!
For more information please contact Nick Pangio, Director of Camp and Youth Services at 216-591-0800 x234 or firstname.lastname@example.org.