What is a Hope Lodge community?

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.

Hope Lodge Program Impact

500,000

nights of free lodging
per year

29,000

cancer patients and caregivers served
per year

$55M

in lodging costs saved
per year

6M

nights of free lodging to cancer patients since 1970 

Consider Staying at a Hope Lodge

If you answer yes to all of the questions below, contact us to learn more about staying at a Hope Lodge. 

  1.  Are you a person with cancer or are you caring for a person with cancer?
  2. Could you benefit from an overnight stay near your treatment center?
  3. Are you being treated in one of the cities below? (If you're being treated in another city, call us at 1-800-227-2345 for other possible lodging options.)
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Contact Us About Hope Lodge

If you answered yes to the questions above, please fill out the form below to connect with us. We'll respond via email within three business days. Your Zip Code is optional and helps us serve you better.

Hope Lodge is available to cancer patients and caregivers traveling far from home for outpatient medical care related to the patient’s cancer diagnosis. For more information, please call the American Cancer Society at 800-227-2345.

If there is not a Hope Lodge in your area, please call the American Cancer Society at 800-227-2345 for more information about lodging assistance. 

If you would like to volunteer at an American Cancer Society Hope Lodge, please visit our Volunteer Sign Up page.

Hope Lodge is more than just a room, more than just a space for me to stay. It was, and it still is, relief to my heart and to my soul.

Hilda - cancer survivor