Haven of Hope

Haven of Hope—We Survive’s Corporate Headquarters located on 79 acres of gentle rolling woodland in Nelson Co., offers nurturance in nature providing supportive surroundings cultivating a safe environment for participants and the wildlife.

WelcomeHouseGazeboHaven of Hope 1Hiking pathPlaying in the fieldroasting marshmallows at the camp fireBeautiful woodsStewardship forest sign

Maddie and Olivia Bohler, who put together the key of hopes for participants in Saturday's Day of Hope, talk about the placement and meaning behind the lighthouse, which was lit at We Survive's Haven of Hope in Bloomfield.

Photographed by Kacie Goode, Kentucky Standard



We always need volunteers! Could you help at the Haven of Hope with the following needs:

Cleaning and maintenance – this is a great group project for churches, civic clubs or business. Come prepared to enjoy a day in nature while helping keep the grounds and buildings. Maintenance and renovation projects for those with skills in carpentry.

Clearing and Landscaping – this is great way to plant Seeds of Hope while preparing the grounds for Day of Hope activities..  Volunteers are assigned an outside areas— Creating gardens, clearing trails, following the Stewardship Forest Plan for creating optimal experiences for Day of Hope participants.

Ready to help, please contact Sharon at  dayofhope@wesurvive.org



All the pictures included above were taken at different Day of Hope camps. Day of Hope began in 2009, as a health and wellness activity at Haven of Hope (or other designated site) in a family oriented atmosphere providing experiential educational programming with peers and role models where at-risk children and families can build trusting relationships reaching far beyond a Day of Hope.