Colorado Transportation, Housing & Lodging Cancer Support | by
The Denver metro area is full of places and people that bring comfort, compassion and encouragement to someone whose life has been touched by cancer — whether patient, survivor or caregiver. The following is a solid but incomplete list of south metro Denver resources for those affected by cancer. Please contact Peter at firstname.lastname@example.org to have a resource added to this directory. For additional resources and recommendations, consult your physicians and care teams.
An American Cancer Society program that provides cancer patients with free rides to and from treatments. 1-800-227-2345.
Provides local bus transportation in the Denver metro area for those who are unable to get to and from a bus stop or on and off a lift-equipped bus by themselves. Offers curbside and door-to-door service with driver assistance and is available to and from any location within 3/4 mile of RTD’s local fixed- route transit system.
An interactive tool designed to help individuals find specialized transportation in the Denver metro area that meets each person’s specific needs.
HOUSING AND LODGING
American Cancer Society Hotel Partners Program
Provides overnight accommodations to cancer patients traveling for outpatient treatment. The accommodations are open to patients of all ages and provided based on eligibility requirements.
Offers 38-plus fully furnished “Safe-Clean” apartments at three different locations to families of children or adult oncology patients undergoing bone marrow transplant. Safe-Clean Housing minimized bacteria, dander, dirt, dust, mold and other airborne toxins.
Provides cancer patients and their caregivers with free lodging when receiving treatment out of town. There are over 30 locations across the United States including surrounding states such as Arizona, Utah and Nebraska. 1-800-227-2345
Ronald McDonald House Charities, RMHC-Denver
Keeping families of sick children together and near the medical care that they need by providing temporary housing for out-of- area families at no cost. Aurora House and the Denver House keep as many as 118 families close to their hospitalized children each night.
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Are there any programs that help terminal cancer patients get into housing in denver Colorado? The housing programs are difficult to get into even though I’m disabled and only receive ssdi.. The cost of living is very high here but this is where my Dr’s are.
I am homeless Stage 4 in fort Collins my dr is in Longmont I need a room in Longmont I can live in w my trained companion (dog) I am on SSI and make 841.00 a month you may have all except 140.00 a month.i don’t need a kitchen I have an air fryer and mini fridge my diet special. And my food provided by my family. I just need someplace to rest and walk my dog that’s safe
Ms wheeler, did you find any assistance? I am dealing with the similar issue. I only receive SSI & oncology is in Fort Collins. Please send any info; I’d appreciate any direction as I’m going to be homeless as of July 1, 2022. Thank you and God bless you.