The Atlanta Hospital Hospitality House provides short-term or long-term lodging accomodations, meals, and a caring community in a home environment for out-of-town patients and families in treatment at Atlanta area hospitals and medical facilities.

Accomodations and Services-

 

Check In

Monday-Friday         3:00pm-8:00pm

Saturday/Sunday      5:00pm-8:00pm 

Check Out 

Monday-Sunday           12:00pm

Dinner is served every night at 7:00pm

 

Continental breakfast and lunch is available. 

 

Handicap accessible rooms and bathrooms are available.

 

Variety of accomodations are available including private and semi private rooms depending on budgetary needs. 

 

Linens and towels are always provided.

Variety of snacks and pantry items available. 

There is free WiFi available throughout the House. 

 

Kitchen facilities are available for guests. 

 

Laundry facilities are included. Detergent and dryer sheets are provided. 

 

Volunteers are available for support and offer a variety of services (arts and crafts, pastoral support, pet therapy, etc)

 

The Family Assistance Program is available for guests that need financial assitance.  A social worker's recommendation is required. 
 

Eligibility-

 

To stay at the Atlanta Hospital Hospitality House:

  • Guest must live at least 40 miles outside from Atlanta

  • A referral from a hospital or medical facility is required.

  • Patient must be actively receiving treatement from a local hospital. 

  • Guest must have a valid and current home address. 

Guidelines and Expectations-

We are not a medical facility and do not have trained medical staff on-site.

 

We do not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, sexual orientation, religion, age,  or national origin.

Alcohol, drugs, and weapons are not allowed at the Hospitality House. 

Smoking is not allowed inside the House.

Pets are not allowed at the House, however verifiable service dogs are welcome. 

 

All guest are required to sign and follow our Guidelines and Expectations. 

 

Due to community living nature of the House, guest(s) that have conviction or history of child abuse or sexual violence is are not allowed. The House reserves the right to turn away a guest(s) for convictions disclosed at the time of intake or referral. Child abuse and neglect include physical abuse, physical neglect, emotional maltreatment, and sexual abuse.

 

The Atlanta Hospital Hospitality House is the only facility of its kind in the Atlanta area that is open to everyone regardless of the patient age, diagnosis, treating hospital, family size, or ability to pay.

 

Our doors are open to everyone. All are welcome.

 

Rooms and Guest Fee(s)

Our guest fees are 50-60% lower than the average cost of a hotel

The following discounts are available:

  • Monthly Discounts

  • 10% Veteran Discount 

  • Weekly Discounts (7th Night Free)

The Family Assistance Program is available for guests who may need additional financial support. For more information, please speak with your hospital support or to a Guest Services Coordinator at the time of checking in.

Hospitals and medical facilities sometimes offer vouchers to help cover the cost of your lodging.Please check with your social worker for this service. 

 

Many insurance companies also provide reimbursement for your lodging and food expenses. 

How to become a guest

  1. Contact your medical facilities social service, pastoral care, or nurse adminstrator.

  2. Tell them you want to stay at the Atlanta Hospital Hosptiality House.

  3. The medical faciliy will provide a referral.

  4. AHHH will confirm the referral and contact you to finalize your stay.

 

If you have questions or are not able to obtain a referral. Please call us at 407-377-6333.

On-Site Staff

The House is staffed by a team of Guest Services Coordinators from 9:00 a.m to 9:00 p.m , Monday through Friday and  5:00 p.m.to  8:00 pm Saturday and Sunday.

 

In the event of an emergency, Guest Services can be reached after hours by calling 404-377-6333.

 

Our goal is for this to be your "home away from home" while in Atlanta.