Patients & Caregivers

Housing options

Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (SCCA) offers temporary medical lodging facilities for our patients and families while receiving treatment at SCCA.  We strive to provide access to affordable, peaceful, and safe accommodations.

If you are coming to Seattle from out of town to receive care at SCCA, we recommend that you arrange temporary housing as soon as you know your arrival date. SCCA has two patient housing buildings available to SCCA patients and families who need temporary lodging while undergoing active treatment. Housing options can accommodate either short-term or long-term (30 night minimum) lodging as medically necessary to remain close during treatment at SCCA.

Note for blood and marrow transplant patients: 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.

Additional information: For information on housing options, other additional options (hotels, RV parks, pet-friendly locations, etc.) or to request a copy of our alternative housing options, please contact us.

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Housing and COVID-19 Alert

SCCA House and Pete Gross House staff are working closely with our Infection Prevention team to protect residents from the spread of COVID-19.

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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.

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.

Other housing options

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. 

Ronald McDonald House

Additional lodging options

Please contact the Housing department (206) 606-8257 for additional lodging options (hotels, RV parks, pet-friendly locations, etc) and to request a copy of our alternative housing options.