Program & Event Calendar

Mile High Summer Camp

Sunday, July 17, 2022Thursday, July 21, 2022

In its over 40 years of existence, Mile High Summer Camp provides an opportunity to reach the youth in the bleeding disorder community. After two years of virtual camp we are ecstatic to have the opportunity to gather together again in-person at Rocky Mountain Village. Mile High Summer Camp will begin Sunday, July 17 and end on Thursday, July 21st for campers aging 7-14.

Mile High Summer Camp: For campers 7-14 living with a bleeding disorder, a known carrier, or sibling (priority will go to those living with a bleeding disorder first). Campers must be the minimum age of 7 on the first day of camp.

Camp Week: Sunday, July 17th to Thursday, July 21st at Easterseals Rocky Mountain Village

COVID-19 Vaccination Required: Chapter and Medical Staff are working in every capacity to ensure the utmost safety of our campers which is why a COVID-19 vaccination is required for all campers and Bleedership Counselors to attend Mile High Summer Camp and the Teen Leadership Weekend. There are no exceptions to the vaccination requirement for 2022.


We’re so excited to see your camper for the 2022 Mile High Summer Camp! Before you begin the registration process, please have the following documents ready to be uploaded into our registration system. You cannot save your registration and come back to finish at a later date, so please have this information ready PRIOR to starting the application.

A copy of the camper's COVID-19 vaccination card
A copy of the campers immunization records- signed and validated by the primary care physician.
The following immunizations/vaccinations are required: DTap (Diphtheria/Tetanus/Pertussis), MMR (Measles/Mumps/Rubella), Measles, Varicella (chicken pox), Polio, Hepatitis A & B, COVID-19
A copy of the campers insurance card- both front and back
A copy of a letter from your child's primary care physician (not the HTC) showing examination within 12 months of the first day of camp
The date of your child's last comprehensive visit with the HTC- also needs to be within 12 months of the first day of camp
A list of ALL medication (factor, other prescriptions, and over-the-counter) that your camper takes
If your child is scheduled for an appointment between now and July 15th, you can still complete the application and put in your future appointment date for the HTC comprehensive visit and PCP visit. However, the application will not be considered complete until a copy of the form is received. 


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