SCCA House is an 80-unit housing facility conveniently located near the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance clinic. The tranquil rooftop garden offers incredible views of the city and an opportunity to escape the stress of the day. Caring staff and helpful volunteers are available to assist and support patients during their stay. The wheelchair-accessible shuttle transports patients to SCCA and local grocery stores. SCCA House offers a safe and secure building. Guests gain access by entering a code into the keypad at the front door. The building has a limited amount of underground parking.
Each guest room is outfitted with a kitchenette, which includes a microwave, a small refrigerator and a sink for meal preparation. Telephone for local calls, cable TV and wireless Internet are also included. All baths are equipped with handholds, and some rooms provide roll-in showers.
- Fully furnished suites with kitchenettes
- Large common kitchen and dining room
- Exercise room
- Infection control measures consistent with SCCA clinic upheld
- Resource center and library
- Children’s room
- Meditation room
- Free laundry units available 24 hours a day
- Outdoor courtyards
- Free wireless internet access
- Secure garage and parking
- Free shuttle service to and from SCCA clinic every 20 minutes
- Secure entry
- Sponsored events held at SCCA House to support patients and family
- Social events, such as community sponsored dinners, bingo nights, and game nights where you can meet and talk with other cancer patients, caregivers, and families
Keeping You Safe
SCCA was designed and built with strong infection control measures – an extra step to keep you safe.
SCCA House is a non-smoking building, just like the SCCA clinic. Seattle has ordinances prohibiting smoking within 25 feet of any public building’s entry doors.
We know this is a difficult time for you, smokers and non-smokers alike.
We ask that you honor our TOBACCO USE CODE OF CONDUCT while you are living with us. This CODE OF CONDUCT was created to support the health and well-being of our patients and their caregivers. In order to provide the most healthful home-away-from-home possible, smoking will not be allowed, at all, in the front of SCCA House.
As a cancer treatment program, it is only right that we provide patients the best atmosphere possible for their care. With this in mind, SCCA's Living Tobacco-Free service to help patients and their caregivers who want to reduce or kick the habit. This no-cost program offers personalized help to develop a quit plan and information about helpful resources. Call (206) 288-7766 for more information.
For reservations, call (206) 204-3700, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.