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Camp Hope & Pathways

What is Camp Hope?

What is Pathways?

Camp HOPE is the first evidence-based camping and mentoring program in the United States to focus on youth exposed to Domestic Violence. During a week-long overnight camping adventure, campers participate in special curriculum developed around traditional camp activities. Campers are challenged to step outside of their comfort zone and overcomes fears while learning new skills and gaining the hope they need to know that there is a bright future ahead, beyond the trauma they have endured in the past.

The Pathways to HOPE Project, also known as Pathways, is a year-round program for campers to meet up for monthly activities and mentorship. The goal of Pathways is to help campers focus on achieving goals in their lives and setting them up for a future free of violence, incarceration, substance abuse, and other dysfunctions.  Monthly activities are centered around exposing them to knowledge and experiences associated with nature, college prep, and STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math).

How can you get involved with Camp Hope & Pathways?

Camp Counselor

Become a Camp HOPE Counselor and earn $600! We are seeking counselors ages 18 – 24 to join us at camp for a week as we create memories, build friendships and change a child’s life. 

Hope Coach

We are looking for working professionals and grad students ages 25+ to become a Hope Coach Mentor! Join us for monthly Pathways events to invest in the future and hope of a child’s life. 


Help give the gift of hope by sponsoring a child to go to camp this summer! It cost $550 to send one child to camp for the week. Consider investing in hope this summer. 

If you have any questions regarding Camp Hope or Pathways, please reach out to Camp Hope Coordinator, Taylor Gleitz at

Denton County Friends of the Family