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Tufts Medical Center connects patients and their families with housing opens that are convenient for them. Explore nearby hotels and other housing options for families undergoing cancer treatment.

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Hotel accommodations

Always ask for the "Tufts Medical Center rate" when making hotel reservations for patients and/or their family members. This will ensure that the patient or family member receives the lowest rate possible. To guarantee this rate and to receive immediate confirmation, call the local telephone number of the hotel.

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Accommodations for families undergoing cancer treatment

The Neely House
Tufts Medical Center Farnsworth Building, 5th floor
800 Washington Street
Boston, MA 02111
Social Work Services

A 16-apartment "Home Away from Home" for cancer patients and their families located within Tufts Medical Center. Patients must be accompanied in order to stay in the Neely House. Each apartment can house a family of two to four and has a kitchenette, private bathroom, telephone, microwave oven, TV and VCR. There are two common living rooms, two kitchens, playroom, meditation room, computer access, and laundry facilities. A resident manager is available to the patients during their stay. Inquiries should be directed to the Department of Social Work Services where an oncology social worker must screen all initial admissions.

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Hope Lodge
American Cancer Society (ACS)
7 Oak Street
Worcester, MA 01609
508-792-2985 | 800-ACS-2345
No cost accommodations

A 9-bedroom residential facility for cancer patients, 18 years and older, who are receiving active treatment in the Worcester or Boston area. Donations are accepted. Approximately a 50 mile/one hour drive to the hospital and transportation is not provided. *Not handicap accessible.

Astra Zeneca Hope Lodge
125 South Huntington Avenue
Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
617-278-1585 (fax)
No cost accommodations

For adult cancer patients who are receiving outpatient cancer treatment (18 years old or older) and their caregivers traveling more than 40 miles, with a minimum stay of three days for treatment. Provides 40 suites including a sitting room, bathroom and bedroom with two beds. Common areas include a library, courtyard, meal preparation and dining area, living room, game room, movie room and computer lab. Inquiries should be directed to the Department of Social Work Services where an oncology social worker can facilitate the required physician referral form.