The HIVE, Inc is a registered 501c3 nonprofit organization

For more information about our organization, please visit our profile on the GuideStar website, or simply contact us and we will be happy to tell you what you want to know!

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CONTACT US

Office: (270) 777-2731

Hours: M-Th, 9 AM - 3 PM

Fax: (270) 479-1343

Cell: (270) 590-0794 (M-F, 9-5)

Email: info@thehivebg.org

1818 US 31 W Bypass

Bowling Green, KY 42101

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Welcome to Our Clubhouse!

The HIVE uses a different model and different way of thinking than most of us are used to, and we like it that way! We are a learning and community-connecting club for teens and adults with intellectual/developmental disabilities and autism spectrum. Unlike an adult daycare, you can use your own current supports (Waiver employee, relative, friend, etc) to accompany you to the HIVE to work on individual goals in a safe, fun, interactive environment that is conducive to learning and values your unique gifts and abilities.  

You use the personal care and supports that you trust, we provide the experiences and environment.

We also can provide:
 

  • Assistance in community activity planning and scheduling  (posters, calendars, brochures, local magazines, etc. in our resource hall)

  • Information and resource connections

  • Application assistance

  • Classroom environment available for member's individual goals

  • Weekly Classes

  • Game Nights

  • Cookouts

  • A sense of belonging

We host classes in:

  • Independent living skills

  • Arts education (i.e. photography, acting, polymer clay, painting)

  • Music exploration

  • Nutrition/food preparation

  • Fitness education and activities

  • Personal hygiene

  • Budgeting and money management

  • Computer skills

  • Social skills

  • Intro to sports

  • Sensory diet

  • Adapted book club

  • Self advocacy

Available to our members daily:
 

  • arts & crafts

  • puzzles

  • games

  • adapted book library

  • printable materials and workbooks for development of social skills

  • budgeting & money management skills

  • hygiene, pre-vocational skills, and independent living skills

  • computer lab with internet and printer

  • Sensory room, mini foam pit

  • vending machine business volunteer opportunities

  • opportunities to practice household chores and maintenance tasks

Learn About Our 

Bee Advocacy

will introduce you to many of

the organizations who come

to the HIVE to teach classes

to learn more about how 

our vending machine business

can help with vocational

skills

and how great it is for our members, as well as

for school-age children

for the folks into RPG and

video games

Jessica, to find out more about

how our Clubhouse can work for you