Triumph Center

Providing counseling for children and adolescents in Eastern Massachusetts, Southern New Hampshire, and Southern Maine.

Camp Triumph Summer Day Camp

Camp Triumph

Camp Triumph is a therapeutic day camp for children and adolescents in Massachusetts. The camp program offers a supportive, encouraging environment designed to help campers increase their feelings of self-esteem and improve their social, physical, and psychological competence.

“I still remember camp like it was last week. It was one of the many experiences that helped me reach where I am today. I am now a 19-year-old entering my senior year. I couldn’t have done it without camp, so thank you. Thanks to the experiences I had in the program, I am fully integrated into the school and am excelling.”


History & Philosophy

Camp Triumph opened in 1983 as a summer therapeutic program for children. Our program has been located on the North Shore of Boston since 1991. The program has been located in Danvers, North Reading, Bedford, Winchester. Since 2021, Camp Triumph has operated in North Reading.

Camp Triumph was founded on the principle that children grow and thrive with the opportunity to interact with one another in structured play and cooperative activities. The child’s experience is enhanced through relationships with professionally trained counselors who are committed to children and are knowledgeable in techniques for facilitating change. By building rapport based on support and acceptance, the counselor is able to encourage and coach each camper to enhance their social development. Children learn to solve problems and develop positive peer relations while having fun and being creative.


Camp Triumph is a specialized summer day program for children and adolescents ages 6-16. Some of the Camp Triumph campers have not had a positive camping experience in a regular day camp, but do not require a camp for children with severe psychological, behavioral, mental, or physical difficulties. While our campers are very diverse, some of them have diagnoses such as ADHD, Executive Functioning Disorder, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Non-Verbal Learning Disability, Social Pragmatic Communication Disorder, and Anxiety Disorder. The group sizes for camp are up to 11-12 children per group with 3 counselors. The ratio in the groups is a 3:1 ratio with licensed psychologists supervising staff. Children who attend Camp Triumph may benefit in the following ways:

Camp Triumph is open to children regardless of sex, race, religion, ethnic background or disability. This camp must comply with regulations of the MDPH and be licensed by the Board of Health.

Camp Triumph Staff

Camp Triumph Director

Staff members include professionals and students with training in clinical and counseling psychology, school psychology, social work, and regular/special education.


This facility includes air-conditioned indoor activity space, outdoor athletic fields, and a playground area. The camp will use a nearby swimming facility for recreational swim.

Camp Triumph is located at the E. Ethel Little School, 7 Barberry Rd, North Reading, MA 01864.


It is the responsibility of the parents/guardians to arrange transportation. Campers are dropped off starting at 8:50 a.m Monday through Friday. Campers are picked up Monday through Thursday at 3:00 p.m. and at 12:00 p.m. on Friday at their respective sites. Camp Triumph provides transportation to and from Camp sponsored activities.

Services & Activities

Special Services

Recreational Activities

How to Apply

If you are new to Camp Triumph:


Contact Us


Triumph Center
36 Woburn Street
Reading, MA 01867

Email the completed Application Form to:



All new campers and any applicants who have not participated in a Triumph Center program within the last year are required to go through an intake interview. The primary purpose of the interview is to determine the camper’s individual needs, confirm program suitability, and assist in determining the most appropriate group placement. Interviews take place at our Reading office and there is a non-refundable interview fee of $150.00.


Enrolling in Camp

If you’re a returning camper:


Please keep in mind that all applications are considered for placement on a first come first serve basis. Returning campers who have not participated in a Triumph Center program within the last year will be required to go through an intake interview.

Mail the application to:

Triumph Center
36 Woburn Street
Reading, MA 01867


For all applications, $2,825 for a 3-week session, $1,950 for the 2-week session, and $7,600 for the full 8-week season. For any child who has not participated in our group or summer programs within the last year, there is also a non-refundable $150.00 interview fee. The start date may be delayed because of make-up snow day schedules. A bill for the balance due (registration fee and balance of tuition) will be sent to you with payment in full required by May 17th. In cases of financial hardship, at the administrators’ discretion, it may be possible to negotiate a payment plan. Contact our office with additional questions about fees and funding for camp.

For the sake of group continuity, a camper must be enrolled for a minimum of one of the periods below.

Period I


3 Week Session

June 24 – July 12
(Closed July 4th)

9AM to 3PM

Friday: 9AM to Noon

Period II


3 Week Session

July 15 – August 2

9AM to 3PM

Friday: 9AM to Noon

Period III


2 Week Session

August 5 – August 16

9AM to 3PM

Friday: 9AM to Noon

Full Season


8 Week Session

June 24 – August 16

Monday-Thursday: 9AM to 3PM

Friday: 9AM to Noon

Now Open for Summer 2024 Camp Triumph Registration!

Registration for summer 2024 for Camp Triumph is now open. Space is limited. Register your child today!

Other Services


  • Individual
  • Group
  • Family


  • Neuropsychological
  • Psychological
  • Psychoeducational


  • Public School Districts
  • Private Schools
  • Colleges & Universities


  • Undergraduate
  • Graduate
  • Post-Graduate

Social Skills Group

  • Child
  • Adolescent
  • Young Adult
  • Topic-Based

Camp Triumph

  • Social Skills Training
  • Team-Building
  • Therapeutic Group Activities

Young Adult Services

  • Individual
  • Group


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Have any Questions?

Contact us today to learn more about how our counseling and support services can help you and your child.

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