Billie Dunn is holding on to hope that her daughter will be found safely.
"I can believe that she's out there," she said. "I can just continue to hold on to that."
The fact that no evidence of a crime have been uncovered helps the missing 13-year-old's mother cope with her disappearance.
"That's the only thing I can hold on to – that i can get her back safe."
Search team members, who call themselves Hailey's Angels, have been diligently working to find any sign of the girl who disappeared on Dec. 27.
"I hope they don't find anything bad, of course, but I'm thankful that they're devoting so much to Hailey," Dunn said.
While Billie Dunn is staying close to home to await news of her daughter, Hailey's father, Clint Dunn, is hitting the streets.
"Everything he hears he gives to the police station, but he also follows it up himself," she said.
Dunn expressed frustration about not knowing details of the investigation, saying she understands why some things need to remain private, but says the glimmers of hope are what keep her going.
"I just hope they get some answers quickly and can get everything figured out."