Organizations that provide low cost housing and other supportive services for patients and families who travel distances for treatment at medical facilities.
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National Association of Hospital Hospitality Houses
Serves facilities that provide lodging to patients and families during medical emergencies. Features list of homes located in the US.
Atlanta Hospital Hospitality House
Provides lodging, meals, supportive companionship to families and patients who are being treated at local hospitals. [Georgia]
Mission is to provide lodging and other supportive services for patients and families undergoing medical treatment. Provides history, volunteers, donations, and accommodation information. [Michigan]
Blount Hospitality House
Provides lodging and supportive accommodations for families of critically ill patients seeking treatment at area hospitals. [Alabama]
Helps those living with cancer by providing housing, programs, and partnerships in the community. Includes history, campus locations, donations, fundraising, volunteers, and contact information. [Colorado]
The Children's Inn at NIH
A place for patients and their families to stay while being treated at the National Institutes of Health. Includes tour of facilities, history, newsletter, news, events, contact and reservation information. [Maryland]
Offers apartments for families of children with cancer being treated at MassGeneral Hospital. Includes contact information, history, links, donations, events, and photographs. [Massachusetts]
The Devon Nicole House
Established for children and their families who are patients at Children's Hospital Boston. Provides dedication, pictures, and contact information. [Massachusetts]
Provider of lodging and non-medical services to promote the healing process. Information about guest facilities, events, fundraising, events, volunteers, FAQ, and links. [Virginia]
Offers low cost lodging and support for families of critically ill patients. Includes history, facilities, services, newsletter, fundraisers, and contact information. [Pennsylvania]
Provides free or low cost lodging to veterans and military families receiving treatment at military medical centers.
Gift of Life Transplant House
Nonprofit. Offers home-like accommodations for transplant patients and their caregivers in Rochester. Amenities, how to arrange a stay, costs, newsletter (in PDF), wish list. [Minnesota]
Hendrick League House
Abilene, Texas. Includes hours, rates, location, rooms, amenities, and contact information.
Hospital Hospitality House Nashville
Provides housing for families and patients receiving medical treatment in Nashville hospitals. Features news, services, and contact information. [Tennessee]
Hospital Hospitality House of Saginaw
Offers lodging for families and patients receiving medical treatment in area hospitals. [Michigan]
Volunteers in Boston, Massachusetts who open their homes to families traveling for medical treatment. Provides news, events, resources, and contact information.
Hospitality House of Charlotte
Offers temporary lodging to families and patients being treated at local hospitals. [North Carolina]
Non profit guide for cancer patients seeking lodging close to medical facilities. Provides search option for each state.
The Kalamazoo Hospitality House
Provides housing for patients and families seeking treatment at local medical facilities. Features directions, services, news, and contact information. [Michigan]
Nonprofit provides housing for patients visiting Milwaukee area hospitals, and their caregivers. Information for prospective guests, a virtual tour, volunteer opportunities and other ways to help. [Wisconsin]
Kevin Guest House
Provides patients families with affordable accommodations near local health care facilities and services. [New York]
Provides housing and support services for patients and families undergoing treatment at area medical facilities. [New York]
Cancer Survivor Donates $1 Million for Hospitality House
Article concerning the need for seriously ill adults and their families to have affordable housing near medical facilities. "There was no Ronald McDonald House for adults.” (April 09, 2004)
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