Camper Eligibility

To be eligible for the Summer Camp Program, applicants must…

  • Have a qualifying medical diagnosis (see below), are the sibling of a medically qualifying camper, OR are the child of a medical volunteer.
  • Be 6-16 years of age for Sessions 1 through 6 OR 17-21 years of age and have previously attended a Double H program for the Alumni Session.
  • Function at a cognitive age of at least 6 years old.
  • Successfully wear a mask throughout the day.
  • Be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, including a booster dose if eligible. This means campers must have a complete primary series of either Pfizer, Moderna, or Johnson & Johnson vaccines AND, if eligible, a booster dose at least five months after the last dose of the primary series.
  • Be able to provide their own transportation to and from camp, including early departure from the session if necessary.

Qualifying Medical Diagnoses:

    • CAH
    • Cancer
    • Collagen Vascular Diseases
    • Hemophilia/von Willebrands
    • Inflammatory Bowel Diseases
    • Immune Disorders/HIV
    • Mitochondrial or Metabolic Diseases
    • Select Neuromuscular Disorders
    • Select Rare Diseases
    • Sickle Cell Anemia

All submitted applications are reviewed for approval by the Double H Medical Team based on the eligibility criteria, the specific needs of each child, as well as our ability to provide a safe, medically sound camp experience. The Double H Medical Team will make all final eligibility decisions.


Questions about eligibility requirements? Please contact Tara Bogucki, Admissions Director     |     518-696-5676 x222.