Stay With Us
The facility has free snacks, sodas, bottled water, WiFi, cable TV, convenient lit parking, and secured safe entrance/exit. You will receive a welcome bag with snacks, waters, note pads, inspirational words, and needed information. There is a welcome book in every room that tells you all you need to know about the home, your stay, and local businesses.
We provide Hiland Dairy products including milk, chocolate milk, yogurt, juices, frozen soups, and ice cream. Some nights there are dinners provided. There are also limited free toiletries for your use.
Reservations are made with a referral through your social worker at your treating facility.
Each of the rooms includes:
- Private bathroom
- Towels/wash cloths/hand towels
- Toilet paper
- Pillows, blankets, linens
- Television with cable (cancer patient rooms only)
- Microwave and small refrigerator
What you should bring from home:
- Clothes, socks, shoes, slippers
- Food to cook
- Anything else to make your stay comfortable
- Full kitchens (with cooking supplies, paper products, coffee maker, and basics)
- Living rooms with big screen cable TV, DVD player with movies, games, deck of cards, puzzles, books, neck massager, large dining room table, and place to mingle
- Laundry room with all supplies needed
- Community breast pump (hospital supplies the attachments) and separate freezer to store breast milk
- Charcoal grill on the patio
- Serenity Garden for relaxation
- Opportunities include: free care caps, haircuts, oncology facials, stress free facials, and ordering free wigs
- Opportunity to use Little Rock City Center Services that provides free transportation to/from to shop in their clothing section, receive a bag of food, and spiritual assistance, if wanted. All of this is provided at no cost to you
Patients and their caregivers receiving cancer treatment UAMS, CARTI, and other nearby facilities. Or parents of babies in the NICU at UAMS, ACH, or Baptist Health.
Your social worker must submit a referral form for a patient/family’s stay at Home for Healing.
If you are a returning resident, you may call your social worker to reserve your room.
The cost is $10 a night. No one has turned away for their inability to pay.
If Home for Healing is full, their social worker will assist in making alternative arrangements and be placed on a waiting list.
There is a full kitchen with everything you need to cook. Paper products and all the basics are there for your use. The Home for Healing does not have an in-house food service, but the staff at Home for Healing will attempt to have meals provided each week for families.
There is wireless internet at Home for Healing a wireless access code may be obtained in your welcome book in your room or at the front desk.
There is one TV in each of the cancer guest rooms, but not in the NICU rooms. There are several more throughout the house.
If you do not have transportation discuss this with your social worker.
Yes, you will use a key fob to get in our facility 24 hours a day. All doors except the front door are emergency exits only after 9 p.m. and before 7 a.m.
Yes, you will need to notify the front desk of any changes.
As long as your social worker deems it necessary. You do not have to check out and check back in at any time as long as you are still undergoing treatment or your baby is still in NICU.
Children under the age of 18 are not allowed to stay overnight. Your family and friends are welcome to come to visit you in the Cancer Support Center from 8 a.m. – 8 p.m. daily.
Yes, only in the designated smoking areas.
Yes, all the cleaning supplies you need. The common areas are cleaned professionally Monday – Friday. Patient rooms are cleaned upon departure.
We are funded fully on donations, grants, and room revenue.
We are a local non-profit owned and operated by our governing board of directors.
We need supplies, donations of products, monetary donations, and volunteers. Go here for more information.