Camp Daniel’s homes are family style settings, where each family member has a vital role to play. People with and without disabilities live together, depending on each other, growing personally, socially, and spiritually. Camp Daniel has three homes, Hartley House, Brunot House, Founders House, and Chicagami House. The community Homes offer those living in them the opportunity to access all of Camp Daniel programs as well as serve as volunteers in any capacity they wish.
Hartley House opened in 2004 and is home to a host family and men with and with out intellectual, developmental and physical disabilities. The Hartley House is a beautiful full log home on the Camp Daniel Campus, and is often the center of social activity.
Brunot House opened in 2012 as DJ Brunot was able to purchase his own home with the help of Camp Daniel leadership. DJ passed away unexpectedly from a aneurism only 6 weeks after moving into his home. Dj’s will indicated his wish to see his home become a Camp Daniel Community Home. The home has been named for him, to remember his wish to provide a Christian Family Home for other people with and with out disabilities. Brunot House is home to women with and without disabilities.