American Cancer Society’s Hope Lodge in Rochester is Closing Due to Covid-19
My family is in the middle of a fight against cancer right now, and luckily, they live close to the town where the surgeries and treatment are scheduled. When someone comes to Rochester for treatment, they don't have the luxury of "home" but thankfully, we have a place that provides that feeling. Unfortunately, that place in Rochester is closing at the end of this week.
Hope Lodge is suspending operations on Friday, March 27th. We are not taking new reservations, and we don’t yet know how long this will last. For other lodging inquiries, please call our Cancer Helpline at 1-800-227-2345. - cancer.org
Another service that the American Cancer Society provides are rides for patients and those have also been stopped for now.
You can look for updates on when they will reopen on the Sandra J. Schulze American Cancer Society Hope Lodge Facebook Page here or the American Cancer Society's website here.
Do you know someone that is working on the frontlines right now? Let me know! I'd love to give them a shout out and a message of "Thanks!". Send me a message on my Facebook page (Jessica On The Radio) or DM me on Instagram.