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Hospitality House Of Charlotte

Rating: 5 stars   3 reviews 1,267

Nonprofit Issues:

Health, Human Services


1400 Scott Avenue Charlotte NC 28203 USA


Sheltering out-of-town families who come to Charlotte for medical care

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Rating: 5 stars  

My husband was sent to Carolina Rehab for a spine problem after surgery. I was at a loss where
to stay. I went to a hotel and it was expensive, noisy and I didn't even feel safe. A nurse told me
about the Hospitality House . I was blessed to be able to get in. I have stayed here three weeks.
Not only did I enjoy the safety and comfort of the Hospitality House but I was also able to save gas
money as I was able to walk right to the rehab center.
Often we had food donated by volunteers or someone working in the house. It was so nice to
come in and have a hot meal after staying at the hospital all day.
I would totally recommend the Hospitality House to anyone needing houses while staying with
someone in the hospital.
I am very thankful that I have had the opportunity to get to know the staff and people staying at
the Hospitality House. Ann Hykin, Asheville, NC.

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Rating: 5 stars  

In today’s health environment more people than ever before have to travel for their healthcare. Local hospitals can’t offer the high tech, advanced level of care that a larger hospital can offer. This not only effects the patient it effects the patients family. Where do the families stay when they must go to another city for healthcare?
That is where Hospitality House of Charlotte comes in. It is a special place that allows for families to be together and heal together. Unlike a hotel, everyone in the house has a loved one in the hospital. The staff, volunteers and guests are like a big family, listening and creating an environment of love and care. With the lovely guest rooms, laundry facilities, a well stocked kitchen and food pantry the guests only need to be concerned about their patient. Hospitality House of Charlotte takes care of the rest.

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10 people found this review helpful

Hospitality House of Charlotte has opened its home to more than 36,000 out-of-town guests with a loved one in medical crisis in the hospital. They offer two programs - an overnight program where guests are provided with a room and private bath, access to complimentary laundry facilities, stocked pantry with food, family room and truly caring volunteers. They also have a day guest program for family members who sleep at the hospital. They are welcome to come to the house to shower, use landry and all first floor amenitites.

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giving of time and talent

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

help them with more staffing, financial contributions so they can work to reach more donors.

What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...

How truly caring everyone is!

The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...

very nice and supportive

If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...

help so many other people.

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In my opinion, the biggest challenges facing this organization are...

building awareness - small staff

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