|Banner Health / Hospitality House||The Hospitality House at North Colorado Medical Center offers affordable overnight accommodations for families visiting their hospitalized loved ones and for out-of-town patients receiving out-patient treatment.
Charitable gifts to the North Colorado Medical Center Foundation provide ongoing support for the Hospitality House.
||Weld County||Banner Health / North Colorado Medical Center||Banner Health / North Colorado Medical Center |
|Cancer Program - Mountain Family Center||Any resident of Grand County undergoing diagnosis or treatment of any kind of cancer. All residents are eligible regardless of income or insurance status. We assist with services related to treatment for any Grand County resident with any type of cancer.
Vouchers are available for:
-Hotel stays during out-of-county screenings, treatment and follow-up
-Prescription and over-the-counter pharmacy needs
-Other needs may be considered upon request
||Grand County||Mountain Family Center||Mountain Family Center|
|Jack's Place - Allnutt Funeral Service||Jack's Place is a comfortable home away from home which accommodates families in need of respite housing. We accommodate visiting families of those who attend funeral services or are here to visit Hospice patients. Located just one and a half miles east of North Colorado Medical Center, Jack's Place is also available to those needing a place of respite while a loved one is hospitalized||Weld County||Allnutt Funeral Service||Allnutt Funeral Service, Inc.|
|Medical Lodging - Ronald McDonald House||Ronald McDonald House is a "home away from home" for families of seriously ill children undergoing treatment at nearby hospitals. Lodging (9 bedrooms). Two kitchens, laundry facilities, dining room, family room and large play area in yard.
Families staying at a Ronald McDonald House are asked to make a donation ranging from $5 - $20 per night. If a donation is not possible, their stay is free. The average stay for a family is approximately 9 days. Populations served include families whose children are receiving medical treatments in the areas of oncology, organ transplants, neonatal complications, burns, or major accidents.||El Paso County||Basic Needs (El Paso) - Ronald McDonald House||Ronald McDonald House |
|Patient Lodging - American Cancer Society||Patients requiring treatment somewhere far from home, may receive help by finding a free or reduced-cost
place to stay near their treatment center.
||Larimer County||American Cancer Society (Larimer County) - American Cancer Society||American Cancer Society |
|Patient Lodging - American Cancer Society||The ACS and some area hotel have combined resources to provide free or reduced lodging for cancer patients and their caregivers who must travel great distances for treatment. Space availability is a consideration offering this resource. Requests for guestrooms are accepted by ACS.||El Paso County||Basic Needs - American Cancer Society||American Cancer Society (Colorado Springs) |
|Patient Lodging Programs - American Cancer Society, Western Slope||Each Hope Lodge offers cancer patients 18 and older and their caregivers a free place to stay when their best hope for effective treatment may be in another city. Currently, there are 31 Hope Lodge locations throughout the United States. Accommodations and eligibility requirements may vary by location.
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.||Mesa County||American Cancer Society, Western Slope||American Cancer Society - Nationwide|
|Temporary Family Housing (Aurora House) - Ronald McDonald House Charities of Denver||Provides temporary lodging for families with a seriously ill or injured child (21 years old and younger) being treated at any metro Denver area hospital. The House does not serve families who reside in the metro Denver area. Each family is given one private bedroom that is furnished with beds, dressers, and a bedside table. Extra cots and cribs are available if needed. Residents may also use two fully equipped kitchens, a living room, playroom, dining room, and free laundry facilities.||Arapahoe County||Aurora House - Ronald McDonald House Charities of Denver||Ronald McDonald House Charities of Denver|
|Temporary Family Housing (Denver House) - Ronald McDonald House Charities of Denver||Provides temporary lodging for families with a seriously ill or injured child (ages 21 and younger) being treated at any metro Denver area hospital. The house does not serve families who reside in the metro Denver area. Each family is given one private bedroom that is furnished with beds, dressers, and a bedside table. Extra cots and cribs are available if needed. Residents may also use three fully-equipped kitchens, a living room, playroom, dining room, and free laundry facilities.||Denver County||Denver House - Ronald McDonald House Charities of Denver||Ronald McDonald House Charities of Denver|