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Tree House: A Place for Families

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When your family member is in the hospital with a serious illness or injury, the last thing you want to do is leave at night and make a long drive home. But when you don't live near the hospital and don't have a place to stay, sleep, even just take a shower, what are you to do?

Tree House

MultiCare offers family housing to immediate family members of patients who need a place to stay to be close to the hospital.

Tree House: A place for families — named to commemorate the important role Mary Bridge Festival of Trees played in making this project a reality — is MultiCare’s family housing complex located in the historic Frances Apartments at the corner of 4th and I streets in Tacoma.

Tree House offers comfortable space for families, as well as a host of other amenities, including:

  • 42 sleep rooms
  • Private bathrooms
  • Telephone, cable and Internet in sleep rooms
  • Free laundry facilities
  • Family Resource Room
  • Comfortable living room with big-screen TV
  • Communal kitchen and dining room
  • Playroom — provides a space for parents to play with their other children

During one of the most traumatic times a family can face, family housing is a true gift that touches lives in a most meaningful way. Thank you to all of our ongoing community supporters that help ensure that Tree House continues to offer parents and families a nurturing, restful environment that lets them focus all of their energies on their loved one.

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