Options include two residences for SCCA patients and their families. Both can accommodate people needing extended-stay housing.
Note: Patients undergoing a bone marrow or stem cell transplant are asked to live within a 30-minute drive (in heavy traffic) of the SCCA outpatient clinic on South Lake Union or University of Washington Medical Center.
- SCCA House, located a few blocks from the SCCA outpatient clinic with free shuttle service, provides a healing environment for a few nights, weeks, or even months. The 80 suites include kitchenettes. See details about amenities, rooms, and prices.
- Pete Gross House, designed specifically for patients recovering from a stem cell or bone marrow transplant, is a 70-unit apartment building located less than one-half mile from the SCCA outpatient clinic, with free shuttle service. See details about amenities, rooms, and prices.
- FAQs about the differences between SCCA House and Pete Gross House, who can stay, paying for housing, and our wait lists.
- The Collegiana, with spacious, quiet rooms near University of Washington Medical Center (UWMC), offers a free shuttle to UWMC, Internet access, laundry, and full kitchen in the common area.
- Ronald McDonald House, for patients being treated at Seattle Children’s or SCCA and who live at least 45 miles away, has hotel-style living space and self-sufficient apartments for pediatric patients and their family members.
- Hotels near treatment centers are listed in the Guide to Seattle.
- RV parks nearby, for patients living in a recreational vehicle during treatment at SCCA.
Contact our housing coordinator at (206) 288-7263 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about housing.