Here is a listing of additional resources for patients, caregivers and family members. Joe’s House provides these resources for informational purposes only and is not responsible for the information provided by the organizations listed. For medical questions, please consult your physician.

The Healthcare Hospitality Network

The Healthcare Hospitality Network, Inc. (HHN) is a nationwide professional association of nearly 200 unique, nonprofit organizations that provide lodging and support services to patients, families and their loved ones who are receiving medical treatment far from their home communities. Please check the if you don't see your city or hospital listed on our Lodging Pages!

Air Care Alliance

The Air Care Alliance helps patients find the right charitable aviation organization to meet their needs and connects them directly to service. Free flights are provided by qualified charitable aviation organizations through volunteer pilots flying private aircraft, or through commercial airline partners.

Air Charity Network

Air Charity Network (formerly AFA) provides access for people in need seeking free air transportation to specialized health care facilities or distant destinations due to family, community or national crisis. For more information see

American Cancer Society

The American Cancer Society is a nationwide, community-based voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem. They are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to help guide you through your cancer experience. The American Cancer Society's Hope Lodges offer adult cancer patients and their caregivers a free place to stay when their best hope for effective treatment may be in another city. If your cancer treatment is far from home and you need a place to stay, or if you need a ride to treatment, the American Cancer Society may be able to help. For more information, see

Angel Flight East/ Angel Flight West/ Angel Flight MidAtlantic

Organizations of pilots and other volunteers serving the community with free private air transportation for the medically and financially needy. Each organization serves different parts of the country. See and

Angel Wings for Veterans and Angel Wheels

Angel Wings for Veterans mission is to ensure that no veteran in need is denied clinical care due to lack of transportation. See Angel Wheels is a non profit organization dedicated to providing non emergency, long distance ground transportation to financially disadvantaged, ambulatory patients traveling for treatment. See

Miracle Flights

Miracle Flights for Kids® is the nation's leading nonprofit flight organization. Since 1985, we continue to deliver on our mission to help families overcome obstacles in order to get access to the proper medical care and treatment for their seriously ill children. For more information see

Corporate Angel Network

Cancer patients fly free to treatment on empty seats of corporate jets. For more information see

LifeLine Pilots

LifeLine Pilots' mission is facilitate free air transportation through volunteer pilots for financially distressed children and adults with medical and humanitarian needs. For more information see

Houston Ground Angels

Houston Ground Angels is a network of volunteers who donate their time to help provide free transportation to patients from the Houston area airports to their required healthcare facilities. For more information see

Mercy Medical Angels

Mercy Medical Angels' mission is to ensure that no one in need is denied medical care due to lack of transportation. See

Open Arms Foundation

The Open Arms Foundation is the corporate charity of MAA  and the heart of our company. Its mission is to provide a home away from home at no cost for those who must travel to receive medical treatment. Open Arms homes are fully-furnished, two-bedroom apartment homes stocked with linens, kitchen items and other miscellaneous necessities. The entire rent, along with basic utilities and all furnishings are paid for by MAA and the Open Arms Foundation. Click to download their booklet. 

Patient Airlift Services (PALS)

PatientAirLift Services arranges free air transportation based on need toindividuals requiring medical care and for other humanitarian purposes. For more information see

CFAC - Cancer Financial Assistance Coalition

CFAC is a coalition of financial assistance organizations joining forces to help cancer patients experience better health and well-being by limiting financial challenges. See for more information.

Healthwell Foundation

The HealthWell Foundation reduces financial financial barriers to care for under-insured patients with chronic or life-threatening diseases.The HealthWell Foundation is an independent, non-profit organization that provides financial assistance to under-insured patients living with chronic or life-threatening diseases such as cancer, asthma, and autoimmune disorders. The Foundation helps eligible individuals afford their out-of-pocket costs for prescription drug copayments, coinsurance, deductibles, and other selected out-of-pocket costs. For more information see

Financial Assistance Options

Options for financial assistance from the National Cancer Institute. This page provides emotional, practical, and financial support services for people with cancer and their families. For more information visit


CancerCare is a national nonprofit, 501c(3) organization providing free, professional support services to anyone affected by cancer: people with cancer, caregivers, children, loved ones and the bereaved. CancerCare programs - including counseling and support groups, education, financial assistance and practical help - are provided by professional oncology social workers and are completely free of charge.For more information call: 1-800-813- HOPE (4673) or see

Lazarex Cancer Foundation

The Lazarex Cancer Foundation makes lifesaving connections that give hope to patients now, and opportunity for new treatments for patients in the future. If you are a cancer patient who needs help navigating your clinical trial options or financial assistance to attend a clinical trial, Lazarex would like to hear from you. See

Patient Advocate Foundation

The Patient Advocate Foundation has a national financial resource directory to assist patients find financial assistance. This financially focused tool helps sort resources for a broad range of needs including housing, utilities, food, transportation to medical treatment, home health care, medical devices, and pharmaceutical agents. Click HERE to use the tool. The Patient Advocate Foundation (PAF) Co-Pay Relief Program (CPR) provides direct financial support for pharmaceutical co-payments to insured patients, including Medicare Part D beneficiaries, who financially and medically qualify. For more information see

American Brain Tumor Association

American Brain Tumor Association exists to eliminate brain tumors through research and to meet the needs of brain tumor patients and their families. Click on the link to visit their site

The American Cancer Society

The American Cancer Society is a nationwide, community-based voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem. Services include a 24/7 helpline for cancer information and access to resources such as lodging, transportation, and emotional support. For more information, see

The Bone Marrow & Cancer Foundation

The Bone Marrow & Cancer Foundation (BMCF) offers financial assistance and free support services to cancer and transplant patients and their families.They provide vital financial assistance, comprehensive resources, educational information, physician referrals, and emotional support programs. All of the Foundation’s programs and services are offered to patients and their families free of charge. For more information please see  


Boston Cancer Support - Now the  Joe Andruzzi Foundation (JAF).

As of January 1, 2022, Joe Andruzzi Foundation (JAF) welcomes the Treatment Transportation Program as one of our pillars following the acquisition of Boston Cancer Support. Established in 2016, the Treatment Transportation Program had provided over 11,500 free rides to ensure that patients were able to get to their medical treatments and support services across the state of Massachusetts. Through the JAF Financial Assistance Program, we have provided grants to patients and families for car and insurance payments and auto repair costs. We are pleased to expand this assistance through this specific program,  providing free transportation for patients to get to their medical treatments and support services in hospitals across Massachusetts through our new partnership with Lyft. See


CancerCare is a national nonprofit organization that provides free, professional support services for anyone affected by cancer. Services include counseling, support groups, financial and publications. See or more information or find out more about their workshops.

Cancer Hope Network

Cancer Hope Network (CHN) is a national, non-profit support organization, which offers free, one-on-one emotional support to adult cancer patients and their families. This support is provided via telephone by 400 trained volunteers who have all been through a similar cancer experience, have recovered, and are once again leading productive lives. For more information visit

Cancer Monthly

Cancer Monthly is the source of cancer treatment results for the following cancers: brain, breast, colo-rectal, kidney, liver, lung, melanoma, mesothelioma, ovarian, and prostate. Cancer Monthly allows users to see survival rates, side effects and other information for over 500 individual cancer treatments with just visit

Chemocare is a website that provides the latest information about chemotherapy to patients and their families, caregivers and friends. includes easy-to-read information about specific chemotherapy medications, side effect management, nutrition, resources and support. For more information visit

Cure Magazine -

CURE Media Group has become the source of information and inspiration for those on the cancer journey. CURE Media Group's flagship product, CURE magazine, is the indispensable guide for every stage of the cancer experience. Through the magazine, educational forums, a resource guide for the newly diagnosed, a national nursing award, books, and a variety of online tools, CURE Media Group combines science and humanity to make cancer understandable. Visit to read blogs, articles and additional resources!

Cancer Support Community (Formerly Gilda's Clubs and the Wellness Community)

Free cancer support community for men, women, and children whose lives have been touched by cancer. Come as you are! See


CaringBridge is a nonprofit organization that enables unique and personal communities of support that enrich family and friend connections during times of need. Please use CaringBridge to help bring your world together when you need it most.” Click for more information.

Esophageal Cancer Awareness Association

The Esophageal Cancer Awareness Association (ECAA) is a grassroots, not-for-profit organization that is dedicated to providing outreach for esophageal cancer patients, caregivers, and survivors. We strive to increase public awareness of this disease and to provide education and information in a supportive environment. For more information, please visit us at:

Lance Armstrong Foundation - LIVESTRONG Survivorcare

Survivorcare offers assistance through education, qualified referrals and counseling services. Explore cancer resources to help you or your loved one live with, through and beyond cancer. For more information visit

GO2 Foundation for Lung Cancer (formerly Lung Cancer Alliance)

The Lung Cancer Alliance (lCa) and the Bonnie J Addarioa Lung Cancer Foundation (ALCF) have joined forces as the GO2 Foundation for Lung Cancer. They empower their community by helping people navigate the paths of early detection, diagnosis and treatment. For more information visit

Michael's Mission

Michael's mission is to help improve the quality of life and treatment options for those suffering from colorectal cancer through education, research and patients support. For more information visit

National Brain Tumor Society

National Brain Tumor Society is a nonprofit organization inspiring hope and providing leadership within the brain tumor community. NBTS exists to find a cure and improve the quality of life for those affected by brain tumors, and funds strategic research, deliver support services, and promote collaboration. For more information  visit


The 4th Angel Mentoring Program

The 4th Angel Mentoring Program is a national, free, organization that matches cancer patients and their caregivers with a trained volunteer who is a cancer survivor for telephone and email support. We strive to match based on a similar diagnosis, age range, gender, common struggles and similar interests. For more information visit

The National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship (NCCS)

As the oldest survivor-led advocacy organization, NCCS is a highly respected authentic voice at the Federal level, advocating for quality cancer care for all Americans and empowering cancer survivors. Visitors to NCCS’s website,, will find educational resources to help them live with, through and beyond cancer. For more information visit

The National Comprehensive Cancer Network (consumer site) - the consumer website of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network. interprets the NCCN Clinical Practice Guidelines in Oncology™ into straight forward treatment summaries, entitled NCCN Treatment Summaries for People with Cancer™, which supply patients with the best available medical evidence about oncology treatments. This approach provides patients with a knowledge base to have an informed and educated discussion with their clinicians about their treatment plan. For more information visit

Patient Advocate Foundation

Mission is to provide effective mediation and arbitration services to patients to remove obstacles to healthcare including medical debt crisis, insurance access issues and employment issues for patients with chronic, debilitating and life-threatening illnesses. Excellent additional directories include the National Uninsured and National Under-Insured Directories. For more information visit

Patient Resource Cancer Guide

A comprehensive resource that helps these patients and their families map the cancer journey. It includes a comprehensive list of cancer treatment facilities in the U.S. and detailed sections about treatment options, cancer types, clinical trials and patient resources. For more information on Patient Resource Cancer Guide visit

Sarcoma Alliance

Striving to extend and improve the lives sarcoma patients through accurate diagnosis, improved access to care, guidance, education and support. For more information visit

The Life Raft Group

The Life Raft Group is a non-profit organization whose priority is to provide information and support to GIST-(gastrointestinal stromal tumor) patients and their loved ones. To accomplish this mission, we aim to educate and support these patients with this rare form of cancer. See for more information.


A Week Away

A Week Away is a non-profit organization whose mission is to finance and coordinate respite weeks for individuals and their loved ones who are dealing with life threatening illness - enabling them to find the peace and energy needed to continue fighting their disease. Go to for more information.

Caring Bridge

CaringBridge is a free and secure online tool for patients and caregivers to easily share updates all at once and receive support and encouragement from their community during a health journey. CaringBridge replaces texts, emails and phone calls freeing up time to help you navigate your health journey. Our mobile app and website ensure you’re able to get the support of your community wherever you are. To learn more or start a site, visit

Lotsa Helping Hands

A free-of-charge web-based caregiving coordination service that allows friends, family, colleagues and neighbors to come together as one community to meet the daily needs of both patients and their families. If you need to be away from home for treatment, setting up a community will help to ensure that the needs of your family will be met. It has been specifically designed for organizing helpers, where everyone can pitch in with meals delivery, rides and other tasks necessary for life to run smoothly during a crisis. For more infromation visit

Patient Power®

People Power believes knowledge can be the best medicine. Most Patient Power programs are sponsored by America’s leading university medical centers, including: UW Medicine (University of Washington), University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center, Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, Northwestern Memorial Hospital, UCLA Medical Center, UCSF Medical Center, UC San Diego Medical Center, Oregon Health and Science University, Vanderbilt Medical Center and University of Maryland Medical Center. The company has produced more than 1,000 online radio programs and video segments featuring leading medical experts and inspiring patients discussing the latest information on an array of medial topics. For more information go to

Patient Brochure

At Joe’s House, we understand the challenges that patients, family members and caregivers face when seeking comfortable and affordable lodging during medical treatments. Our patient brochure serves as your comprehensive guide to the Joe's House website, offering detailed insights into our services. The brochure includes an introduction to Joe’s House, how to navigate our user-friendly website and easy-to-use features that help you find lodging options tailored to your specific medical needs. This brochure can be easily downloaded and printed for your convenience. Share this invaluable resource with friends, family, and healthcare professionals to spread awareness about Joe's House.

Healthcare Professional Brochure

Joe’s House is your guide to help patients find discounted lodging near your cancer treatment center. Learn about the user-friendly features of Joe's House that simplify the process of finding suitable accommodations for patients. Understand how Joe's House accommodates a wide range of patient requirements, from affordability to proximity to medical facilities. Access downloadable and printable resources that can be shared with patients, ensuring they have the information to make informed decisions about lodging during their medical journey. Integrate Joe's House brochures into your hospital's informational materials to empower patients with valuable resources.