We’re taking every precaution to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our guest families, staff, volunteers and donors at Terry’s House during this time of novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Effective immediately, our visitor/volunteer policy has changed. Only direct caregivers of the hospitalized party are allowed access to Terry’s House. Also, the Host A Meal program has been suspended.
Those who wish to give a monetary donation or to purchase the delivery of meals for our guest families, can call the front desk staff for assistance at (559) 459-7200. We encourage grocery drop off donations. Please see our list of needed food items. Feel free to contact the Terry’s House front desk staff with any questions at (559) 459-7200. For more information on coronavirus click here.
Where is Terry's House?
Terry’s House is located directly across the street from Community Regional Medical Center. It's our “home-away-from-home” for families of critical care patients. Terry's House is a place where families can eat, sleep and recharge — helping them stay strong for their loved one in the hospital.
Who Stays at Terry's House?
When a critically ill or injured patient arrives at the Community Regional, their family is usually close behind. Those family members must often be away from home for an extended time — making a hotel stay difficult and expensive. That’s where Terry’s House comes in. Terry's House provides a safe, compassionate and supportive environment where families can be close to their loved ones while they recover at Community Regional.
Features of Terry's House
The 17,000 square-foot, two-story home features 20 private guest rooms, community areas and amenities so guests feel right at home.
For the last nine years, Terry's House has taken the worry out of having a place to stay so families can focus on supporting their loved one's healing.