About the Camp
The American Diabetes Association Montana Camp is held at Beartooth Mountain Christian Camp property outside of Fishtail. Beartooth Christian Camp provides services for the American Diabetes Association Camp Montana on a contract basis. Beartooth Christian Camp includes heated dormitories with indoor bathroom facilities, a main lodge and dining hall.
The American Diabetes Association has providing camps to meet the needs of families and children with diabetes since 1970. Originally called Camp Diamont, the camp has gone through various transitions over the years. In 2013, the camp was renamed to Camp Montana and was extended to a full week. While the primary objective of camp is to provide a safe, fun, traditional experience, attention to the medical needs of each camper is always a priority. Each camper has the opportunity to learn and practice valuable diabetes self-management techniques under medical supervision.
Camp Montana is funded through the generous support of corporations, foundations, clubs and organizations, third party events, the Montana Tour de Cure and individual gifts. Monetary gifts of all sizes go a long way! A few ways your donation can make a difference this year are by helping provide camp snack boxes for low blood glucose, decorations for the dance, sending a teen on a full day white water raft trip and helping us provide camperships to give to kids in need.
Family Contribution (Camp Fee): $665
Applications Open April 1, 2017
CIT Ages: 16 to 17
Family Contribution (CIT Fee): $665
Thanks to Our Sponsors
- Max & Betty Swanson Foundation
- Fraternal Order of Eagles
- Dennis & Phyllis Washington Foundation
- Kingbury Memorial Foundation
- Lions Club International