Camp Tracey is a summer camp in Florida, which use behavior modification .
It was founded in 1982 by Wilford McCormick.
In 2007 they claimed that they could detain 40 teenagers 
The program consists of elements of physical education, prayers, schooling in Christian Values and chores backed by use of corporal punishment.
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An example is stated to be :
However this published schedule is contested by survivors:
As a former "camp kid" I can say that this schedule is not true nor has it ever been.
In the news
In 1987 a Baker County grand jury investigated Camp Tracey after years of physical abuse allegations by children and parents. The grand jury issued a presentment criticizing the camp for excessive corporal punishment and the use of ropes and handcuffs to restrain children at the camp, near Glen St. Mary. Grand jurors also criticized education and health care at the camp and said it would consider criminal charges if changes weren't made. However, no charges were filed.
In 2003 a man sued the program for sexual abuse done by two staff members .
Several others incidents are named in these articles 
- Survivor Group: Camp Tracey Group, Yahoo
- Survivor Group: camp tracey haters, Myspace
- Survivor Group: Camp Tracey Alumni, Myspace
- The area the program uses on Google maps
- What Is Camp Tracey?, by Jessica Jones, Home Town Journal, July 20 2007
- Camp Tracey...??, Yahoo Answers
- Man sues church, alleges abuse - Harvest Baptist's Camp Tracey cited, By Paul Pinkham, The Florida Times-Union, May 10, 2003 (Reprint from Project Nospank)
- Camp Tracey Subject of Sex and Physical Abuse Charges Again, Because it matters blog
- Exclusive: Camp Tracey Allegations Bring Back Painful Memories, , by Ryan Duffy, First Coast News, July 6 2008
- Camper Says Camp Tracey Kids Told Not To Talk To Parents, by Ryan Duffy, First Coast News, July 8 2008