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Director of Citizen Information and Resources
Jana D. Carter 

Substance Abuse Prevention Specialist Program Analyst
 Kelly Booth 

Administrative Secretary

Phone Numbers
(804) 796-7100
(804) 748-1099 (Fax)

Contact Us 

8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Monday - Friday

Mailing Address
Chesterfield County Citizen Information and Resources
P.O. Box 40
Chesterfield, VA 23832

Street Address
9700 Krause Road
Chesterfield, VA 23832Map this 

Guide to Services for Youth

Camp Baker

The Greater Richmond ARC

7600 Beach Road

Chesterfield  Chesterfield  23838

Primary Contact: Suzy Copeland, Intake Supervisor

Phone- 804-748-4789
Phone- 804-350-6690 Nights and Weekends
Phone- 804-748-4789 Intake
Fax- 804-796-6880

Email:   Suzy Copeland  Visit us at:  Camp Baker
Our Mission: To allow people with developmental disabilities to develop friendships and build self-esteem and to achieve higher levels of independence while mastering new skills for community living.

View a complete list of Service Definitions

  • Camps
  • Child Care
  • Disabilities - Physical/Intellectual
  • Recreation Programs - Therapeutic
  • Respite Care

Ages: 6 and Older

Eligibility: Children ages 6 through adult with developmental disabilities receive care and supervision from our well-trained team of counselors, specialists and program directors.

Comments: Greater Richmond ARC’s Camp Baker is a full-service, handicap-equipped retreat located on 22 wooded acres near Pocahontas State Park in southern Chesterfield County. It is a barrier-free, fully accessible facility providing a rewarding “rustic” camp experience for individuals with disabilities, as well as Respite Care, Adult Day Support and Afterschool Services. State-of-the-art upgrades include the construction of a dining hall, an outdoor amphitheater and a 62-bed lodge to accommodate campers year-round. Camp Baker also offers a variety of support services for families living with children with developmental disabilities.

Hours: Respite Care: Friday 6 p.m. - Sunday 4 p.m., After School: Monday - Friday until 6 p.m., Summer Camp - Day camp and Overnight camp

Fees: Yes  Medicaid approved and sliding fee scales with limited financial support available through ARC camperships and scholarships.

Accepts volunteers?: Yes  14

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