The Campaign to Build a New House

Help PeaceHealth Sacred Heart build a home away from home for families in crisis

Learn more about the Heartfelt House.

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Did you know that PeaceHealth Sacred Heart Medical Center offers inexpensive lodging in a supportive environment for families of hospital patients whose home is outside of Eugene-Springfield? On average, it hosts about 313 families per year. But the need for these accommodations grows every year, and often the hospital must find alternative housing for families so they can be near their loved one.

To ensure all our patients can have family as close as possible for support and to help with the healing process, PeaceHealth is building a new one-story house with two bedroom wings on the RiverBend Campus. Named the Heartfelt House, it will provide a home away from home to an estimated 1,500 patients and families a year—a significant increase over current capacity.

The new Heartfelt House will be funded 100 percent through philanthropy.With your help, we can create a home away from home; a place of hope and healing for patients and families in medical crisis.

In the News

Oregon families express gratitude and anticipation for Heartfelt House: The News-Review in Roseburg, The World in Coos Bay and The Siuslaw News in Florence ran articles about the Heartfelt House and what it will mean to out-of-area families with loved ones at PeaceHealth Sacred Heart Medical Centers at RiverBend. The house, under construction on the RiverBend campus and set to open in June, will provide affordable lodging to family members of Sacred Heart patients. (No link available for Siuslaw News.)