Stay with Us

We offer support to the whole family when their child is seriously ill.

Requesting a Room


At Ronald McDonald House Charities of Denver, you will find a comfortable place to live while in the Denver Metro area. In addition, you will find support, care, understanding and compassion from staff, volunteers and other families staying at the house. There are two requirements that must be met in order for families to stay at RMHC-Denver:

  • The patient must be aged 21 years old or younger, and;
  • The family must have permanent residence at least 60 miles from the hospital where the patient is being treated.

Each family who stays at one of our Houses is given a private room which accommodates up to 4 people, no more than 2 children per room. Only one room is allowed per family.

Our House Amenities

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Private Bedrooms

Each family has a private room for the duration of their stay.

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Private Showers

Each of our rooms also offers a full private bathroom.

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Warm Meals

We provide warm meals regularly for our guests.

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On Site Laundry

We have free laundry facilities for your use anytime.

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Staffed 24 Hours

We always have staff on-site to help address your needs.


If you are a new guest at RMHC-Denver you will need to have a request to stay placed by someone at the hospital where the patient is being treated. Please contact our Referral Coordinator, Cassie LeBlanc at 720-324-2407 or if you have any questions.

This does not guarantee a room, but it will add your name to the wait list for the day that you need the room.

In order for us to continue to meet the expense of keeping families near the care and resources needed, we encourage – but do not require – guests to make a donation of whatever they are able.

Make a Difference for Families & Children

Parents don’t know when their children will need medical help far from home. But they should know they can always access the care they need. And with your help, we can support them all throughout their journey.