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Lodging Support

American Cancer Society (ACS) - Patient Lodging Program
Phone Number: +1.800.227.2345


“The American Cancer Society, in a cooperative effort with hotels across the country, provides overnight accommodations to cancer patients who must travel for outpatient treatment and need assistance with lodging. The program is open to cancer patients of all ages, including pediatric patients accompanied by a parent, and patients traveling with children. All accommodations are provided based on eligibility requirements and are subject to availability and to restrictions imposed by the participating hotels. Requests for lodging are met on a first-come, first-served basis.”

 

https://www.cancer.org/treatment/support-programs-and-services/patient-lodging.html

Hope Lodge®

 

“American Cancer Society Hope Lodge® communities offer a home away from home for people facing cancer and their caregivers when cancer treatment is far away.”
 

“Our 30+ Hope Lodge communities across the country provide a free place to stay during treatment so people with cancer can focus on getting better. These communities provide comfortable guest suites with private baths, as well as inviting spaces with all the comforts of home, including a communal kitchen, dining area, laundry rooms, and places to gather or find a quiet respite – all at no cost to guests.”

“Hope Lodge guests don’t just find a place to stay – they find a community of support and an emotional connection with others facing the same journey.”

 

https://www.cancer.org/support-programs-and-services/patient-lodging/hope-lodge.html

Extended Stay America

 

“We've teamed up with Extended Stay America to offer discounted rooms for patients who have to be away from home for cancer treatment. With 760+ locations nationwide, it's possible for patients to find a comfortable, spacious suite near their treatment center.”

“With fully equipped kitchens in every room, guests are able to maintain their strict dietary routines. The free wi-fi, on-site guest laundry and pet-friendly rooms make being away from home feel a little more comforting and familiar.”

https://www.cancer.org/about-us/our-partners/extended-stay-america.html

 

​You can find the direct link to make a reservation here.

University of Colorado Cancer Center – Lodging information
 

A list of hotels located within four miles of University of Colorado Cancer Center can be found here:  https://hotelguides.com/hospitals/colorado/university-of-colorado-cancer-center-hotels.html


Jack's Place, A Cancer Caring House at Shaw Cancer Center
Address: 322 Beard Creek Road | Edwards, CO 81632  (Vail Valley)

Phone Number: 970.569.7644

Email: JacksPlace@VailHealth.org

“Patients traveling to Shaw for cancer treatment are invited to stay with their family and/or caregiver at Jack's Place, A Cancer Caring House. Named after Dr. Jack Eck, a longtime and beloved Vail-area doctor, and supported by the Shaw Outreach Team, Jack's Place offers a haven of tranquility and well-being for patients who need day and night lodging during cancer treatment…. With a pay-what-you-can philosophy, guests are invited to take respite at Jack's for the day or overnight.”

https://www.shawcancercenter.org/services-and-treatments/jacks-place-a-cancer-caring-house

 

Joe’s House
Phone Number: 877.563.7468

Email: info@joeshouse.org

“Joe’s House is not an actual house, but a nonprofit organization that helps cancer patients and their families find a place to stay when traveling away from home for medical treatment.” 

 

“We list cancer treatment centers and hospitals across the country with nearby lodging facilities that offer a discount. Although Joe’s House caters to cancer patients, any patient, regardless of diagnosis may use the lodging facilities listed.”

 

https://www.joeshouse.org/

 

Healthcare Hospitality Network 

Phone Number: 800.318.8861

Online email form: https://members.hhnetwork.org/contact-us

“Healthcare Hospitality Houses (HHH) provide lodging at significantly reduced costs to patients and their caregivers while receiving life-saving medical care away from their home communities…..Healthcare Hospitality Houses provide an environment created specifically to support patients and their caregivers dealing with healthcare issues. By creating a welcoming and communal space for those going through similar stressful situations, a sense of community is created where patients and caregivers can support one another. Most Healthcare Hospitality Houses have shared kitchens, common living areas and private bedrooms and bathrooms that create a feeling of a home-away-from-home and a safe place to land each day. Healthcare Hospitality Houses help alleviate the financial burden often associated with medical crises and have shown to reduce stress on both the patient and family members.”

https://www.hhnetwork.org/

Brent’s Place

Address: 11980 East 16th Avenue, Aurora, CO 80010

Phone Number: 720.343.2800

Online contact form: https://www.brentsplace.org/contact

 

“While Brent’s Place began with a single location, the number of families traveling to Colorado for life-saving treatment that are in need of long-term housing has increased year-over-year. To meet the needs of this growing population, we’ve expanded to offer more than 60 fully furnished apartments in three locations across the Denver Metro area.”

 

https://www.brentsplace.org/

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