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Camp Cummins Activity Center, New Braunfels is the realization of the dream of Tom and Susie Cummins to provide vital opportunities to our community’s special needs residents. CCAC provides a safe, lively neighborhood activity center where adults with special needs can come together in fellowship, engage in meaningful work and job training. Camp Cummins provides a place all their own for socializing, entertainment and physical activity.

The center began as a dream to fullfill a need for accessible resources for New Braunfels’ most special residents. As parents of a special needs adult, Tom and Susie are acutely familiar with the challenges of helping their son achieve independence, self-sufficiency, job skills and meaningful socialization. Their experience as parents who wanted to provide the best opportunities for their son led them to establish CCAC. They are called to serve the New Braunfels community in a way that makes a positive impact on the lives of their clients.

Camp Cummins serves adults living with developmental disabilities at our location in New Braunfels and accepts clients from the surrounding area including New Braunfels, San Marcos, Seguin, Garden Ridge, Canyon Lake, Bulverde, and the local area.




Marta’s core values are love of family, service to her community, respect for individuals, and love of God and country.  Originally, from the Rio Grande valley, where big family and community are staples, she has been in the San Antonio area for over 23 years, and has lived in New Braunfels for the last 14 years, with her husband Jesse and two school aged children.

Marta has been a registered nurse for over 19 years, worked in various specialties, including floor nursing, home health nursing, two prior adult day cares, team lead, and management.  Marta says her most rewarding job is working with adults with special needs --- the joy of seeing them fulfill their purpose in life daily means the world.

In addition to her job as director at CCAC, Marta also volunteers on the school PTA and various Church committees and functions.   She also enjoys spending time with immediate family, friends, and clients that have become friends from prior activity centers where she has worked.

 Marta looks forward to meeting you and getting to know you, and most importantly to welcoming your special needs adults to CCAC and making them part of our vibrant community of adults working to better themselves daily.




Miguel is a long-time resident of New Braunfels, TX.  He graduated from New Braunfels High school and continued his education at Durham Business College and graduated from San Antonio College.

Miguel has worked in the mental health field for 40 years.  From Bexar County MH/MR to New Braunfels Independent School district where he worked with challenging students.  He has also worked with the Hill Country MH/DD as a health service provider as well as at River Gardens as a job search provider of Special Needs Clients.

Camp Cummins Activity Center is so proud to have Miguel Perez as an incredible asset on our staff.  If you have any questions, feel free to call to speak with Miguel. 

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Owner, and CEO of Camp Cummins Activity Center has worked in the corporate world for a number of years. He was in management with a food company for over 33 years. He is now a broker in real estate and a property manager.

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Owner, and CFO of Camp Cummins Activity Center has worked in the accounting field for many years. She retired from Comal County Sheriff's office in 2011 and has been working as a bookkeeper for Cummins House to Home, LLC.

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Tom & Susie Cummins have called New Braunfels home for the past 29 years. Raised in southwest Oklahoma, they got to Texas just as soon as they could. They are parents to two loving adult sons, Brandon and J.D. J.D. was born with special needs, and has accomplished a great deal thanks to opportunities for support, training and fellowship throughout his life. As a result of their experience with J.D., Tom and Susie recognized a need for a neighborhood center for special needs adults, which could provide enrichment opportunities right here in New Braunfels. Through the grace of God, and in answer to His call, the Cummins family has opened Camp Cummins as a faith-based center for adults with special needs. With a focus on building friendships, providing opportunities for meaningful work, learning social skills and developing hobbies, Camp Cummins aims to serve our community with faith, love and support

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