PLAN YOUR STAY
Every day, many cancer center patients come from outside Indianapolis for cancer treatments. These patients are in town for multiple days receiving treatments and often their family members want to be present for comfort and support.
THINGS WE'D LIKE YOU TO KNOW
COMFORTS OF HOME
Guests may use the machines at any time for their personal laundry. Detergent and fabric softener provided
Everything you need to make meals (but the food). Two refrigerator/freezers & a pantry are available for guest food storage.
Note: Medicines or medical supplies are NOT to be stored in common refrigerators. A mini-fridge may be requested for your bedroom, if necessary.
FREE Parking is available on Pennsylvania Street or in our private lot off of Talbot Street. One car per room may be parked in our private lot
DO NOT park your car in the big lot directly behind your house. Car may be towed, if parked there.
All bathrooms are shared with another room and include a tub/shower, toilet, and sink/vanity. They are fully stocked with toilet paper, paper towels, hand soap, and hand sanitizer. Bath towels, hand towels, and washcloths will be provided in your room when you arrive.
Living and Resource Rooms feature games, books, DVDs, cable TV, reading materials, and other items for your entertainment.Maps of Indianapolis, Bus maps, restaurant menus, recommendations for local needs (pharmacy, grocery store, gas stations, etc.)
All bedrooms are secure & private. Individual door codes are used for bedroom doors. Each door code is unique for each guest. All Rooms have cable TV, phone, Wi-Fi, with linens provided (sheets, pillows, & blankets)
The SON Foundation Hospitality House has 5 private guestrooms, 3 shared bathrooms, a fully equipped kitchen, eating space, prayer room, community room with comfortable furnishings, and a business center with computers and Internet service.
WHAT OUR GUESTS SAY
“The SON foundation provided us a safe, warm home to stay while our loved one was receiving treatments. This was huge for us since we are from out of state. Having a place to cook and do laundry after being at a hospital for days on end means so much and they ask for very little in return.”