House of Kin
The House of Kin is a community based foundation which was formed to assist in providing low cost accommodation to families of medical patients who travel to the City of Greater Sudbury for treatment.
The 31 room facility brings together families and individuals going through similar hardships while offering a caring and supportive environment. The House of Kin is centrally located to drug stores, shopping malls, grocery stores and many other amenities.
Any person can qualify for their program if they:
- Live outside the Region of Sudbury and have travelled to receive surgery, medical assessment, treatment, post operative checkup, or
- Are family members of patients currently in the hospital.
For more information please visit their website here
Toll Free: 1-877-633-2374
The FONOM Board of Directors' visited the House of Kin recently. Click here for media article.
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