The Home for Healing (formerly the Family Home) offers support to parents of NICU babies and individuals and their caregivers undergoing cancer treatment by providing convenient and affordable lodging in a peaceful and restorative environment.
The Home for Healing, is ran by the board of Parents and Friends of Children and Adults, Inc. The Home is staffed by our House Manager, Ronnie Fehrenbach who oversees all daily operations. Our executive director is Kristin Trulock! The home is a spacious 13,500 square foot house with two guest wings: one has a kitchen, laundry, and five bedrooms and baths for parents who have babies in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) and the other has two kitchens, laundry and 10 bedrooms and baths for patients receiving cancer treatment and their caregivers. In addition to an office, conference room, meditation area, and manager’s apartment, the home also includes the Winthrop P. Rockefeller Cancer Institute Auxiliary Cancer Support Center comprised of a library and activities room, kitchen, covered porch and great room where functions for cancer patients are held.