Transplant Housing

ARIZONA

Arizona Transplant House Foundation, Inc. (The Village at Mayo Clinic, Phoenix, Arizona)

To gain admission into Arizona Transplant House, prospective guests (patients and/or caregivers---preferably both) are encouraged to take a tour of the Village. Tours are offered Monday-Sunday during our office hours M-SAT: 8AM-8PM & SUN: Noon to 8PM. To schedule a tour appointment, please contact us:

Phone: 480.609.1324 or 877.207.3754
Email: info@aztransplanthouse.org
Web site: http://www.aztransplanthouse.org/

St. Philip's Corner (Tucson Arizona)
Through the University Medical Center's Lodging Program, arrangements can be made for transplant patients to stay in a furnished apartment at St. Philips' Corner.
Phone: 520.694.7666 (UMC Lodging Office)

COLORADO
Transplant Living Centers (Aorora, Colorado)
We provide patients and their families with safe, clean, comfortable and affordable housing in the Denver Metro area as they undergo organ transplants and other medical procedures.
Phone: 303.341.0489
Email: ben@transplantlivingcenters.org
Web site: http://transplantlivingcenters.org/how-to-help/

FLORIDA
Shands Transplant Housing (Shands at the University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida)
Patients receiving a transplant at the Shands Transplant Center must stay near Shands at UF for a short period of time after they are discharged. Patients who live further than one hour away from Shands at UF are eligible to stay in Shands Transplant Housing.
Phone: 800.749.7424 or 352.265.0943
Email: consult@shands.ufl.edu
Web site: http://www.shands.org/hospitals/uf/public/visitors/where.asp

Tiger Transplant Fund (South Florida)
Phone: 954.227.8396
Web site: http://www.tigerfund.org/THouse.html
Direct financial aid and professional support is offered to organ Transplant House funding programs. The TIGER Fund through the Justina Gilbert Memorial Fund and Art For Healing (FL) coordinates this effort with Florida area non-profit organizations. Currently, the focus is toward the following:

  • St. Andrew's Lighthouse: A nonprofit organization managing temporary housing facilities for organ transplant families who come to the Jacksonville, FL area.
  • The Gabriel House of Care, Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, FL
  • The Transplant House of Broward: A nonprofit endeavor to organize, plan, design, construct and manage temporary housing for organ transplant families who come to the Broward General Hospital, in South Florida

Transplant Foundation (Miami, Florida)
Transplant House is designed to provide temporary, affordable accommodation to pre and post transplant patients, their family members and care providers who need to be within close proximity to UM/Jackson Memorial Hospital.
Phone: 305.585.1500
Email: DMiller3@med.miami.edu
Web site: http://www.transplantfoundation.org/house.asp

GEORGIA
Mason Transplant Guest House (Decatur, Georgia)
The Mason House is a private retreat that offers low cost housing for organ transplant candidates, recipients, living donors, and families at Atlanta's Emory Hospital.
Phone: 404.712.5110
Web site: http://www.emoryhealthcare.org/transplant-center/patient-guide/mason-house.html

MINNESOTA
Gift of Life Transplant House (Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota)
Gift of Life provides services for solid organ, bone marrow and stem cell transplant patients and their families - "A Home that Helps and Heals."
Phone: 507.288.7470
Email: office@gift-of-life.org
Web site: http://www.tigerfund.org/THouse.html

Serenity House Network (Rochester, Minnesota)
SHN offers affordable, fully furnished homes and apartments and Christian support services for patients needing short-term or extended stay housing within 10 minutes of Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. We welcome all Mayo Clinic patients. We specialize in providing housing for patients needing stem cell transplants, organ transplants, cancer treatments, the pain rehabilitation center and other extended medical treatments.
Phone: 507-273-0470
Email: serenityhousemn@gmail.com
Web site: http://www.shnrochestermn.com/

MISSISSIPPI
University of Mississippi Health Care (Jackson, Mississippi)
Transplant housing is available for patients who live more than one hour away from University of Mississippi Health Care facilities in Jackson. Cabot Lodge Millsaps in Jackson has non-smoking suites with double beds for transplant patients and one caregiver.
Phone: 601.948.8650
Web site: http://bit.ly/MudwE7

NEW YORK
The Transplant Living Center (Mount Sinai Hospital, Manhattan, New York)
Our Transplant Living Center (TLC) seeks to reduce this stress by providing home-like and affordable housing -- a "home away from home" -- in New York City for all transplant patients and their families.
Phone: 212-348-3308
Web site: http://www.mountsinai.org/patient-care/service-areas/organ-transplants/programs-and-services/transplant-living-center

OHIO
Cleveland Clinic's Transplant Center offers Transplant Hospitality Housing at Cleveland Clinic's Guest House Hotel (Phone: 877.707.8999) and at the InterContinental Suites Hotel (Phone: 877.707.8999). The lodging is within close proximity (walking distance or use of shuttle) to the hospital and physician offices as well as downtown Cleveland.
Web site: http://my.clevelandclinic.org/transplant/transplant_unit_hospitality_alternatives.aspx

PENNSYLVANIA
Clyde F. Barker Penn Transplant House (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
A guest house for transplant patients, families and caregivers.
Phone: 215.662.4540
Web site: http://www.pennmedicine.org/transplant/patient-care/support-resources/transplant-house.html

Family House Pittsburgh (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)
Family House, a 501(c) 3 non-profit corporation operated by a voluntary board of directors, provides a special "home away from home" for patients and/or families who must travel to Pittsburgh for treatment of serious or life-threatening illnesses.
Phone: 412.647.5811
Email: bellis-ober@familyhouse.org
Web site: http://www.familyhouse.org/index.php and http://familyhousepittsburgh.wordpress.com/

Gift of Life Family House (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Gift of Life Family House serves as a "home away from home" for transplant patients and their families by providing temporary, affordable lodging and supportive services to those who travel to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania for transplant-related care.
Phone: 1.855.6.FAMILY
Web site: http://www.giftoflifefamilyhouse.org/

TEXAS
Methodist Dallas Medical Center -- Transplant Institute (Dallas, Texas)
Housing arrangements for organ transplant patients and their families after transplant surgery.
Phone: 214-947-3400
Web site: http://www.methodisthealthsystem.org/body.cfm?id=2751

Twice Blessed House (Baylor Health -- Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas)
Provides affordable housing for transplant patients and their caregivers during the evaluation process and the post-transplant period. The apartments are available at both of our transplant locations at Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas and Baylor All Saints Medical Center at Fort Worth.
Twice Blessed House Baylor Dallas -- Phone: 214.820.6548
Twice Blessed House Baylor Fort Worth -- Phone: 817.922.2580
Web site: http://www.baylortransplant.com/housing.html

WASHINGTON
NorthWest Lung, Inc. (Seattle, Washington)
NorthWest Lung, Inc. provides low cost and free housing near the University of Washington Medical Center for pre/post lung transplant patients who are required to relocate to Seattle as a pre condition of being placed on the transplant list.
Email: support@northwest-lung.org
Web site: http://www.northwest-lung.org/

Transplant House Seattle (Seattle, Washington)
A Seattle-based non-profit helping people and families in need of safe, convenient and affordable housing for pre and post-transplant recovery - University of Washington Medical Center and Seattle ChildrensHopspital.
Phone: 206.307.4111
Email: info@transplanthouse.org
Web site: http://www.transplanthouse.org/

WISCONSIN
Restoring Hope Transplant House (Middleton, Wisconsin)
A "home away from home" for patients who are in the Madison, Wisconsin area for organ, bone marrow or other transplants.
Phone: 608.831.1726
Email: restoringhope@tds.net
Web site: http://www.restoringhope.org/qa.html