The SECU Family House on the Richard J. Reynolds, III & Marie M. Reynolds Campus provides affordable lodging in a caring environment for referred adult patients and/or their caregivers who travel to Winston-Salem, N.C., for medical treatment. Read more
The SECU Family House on the Richard J. Reynolds, III & Marie M. Reynolds Campus provides affordable lodging in a caring environment for referred adult patients and/or their caregivers who travel to Winston-Salem, N.C., for medical treatment.
The SECU Family House is a caring and compassionate alternative to sleeping in a waiting room or an expensive hotel when faced with an out-of-town medical crisis. The Family House offers an affordable place to stay, support from staff and volunteers, and an array of ammenities to help caregivers and patients get through their medical crisis. Volunteers help make the Family House "more than just a place to stay."
COVID-19 UPDATE as of 5/22/20:
The SECU Family is currently reopened for guests.
Volunteers: In order to limit the number of people coming in and out of the house, all on-site volunteering is still suspended. At this time, we are not accepting homemade baked goods. We will update our volunteer opportunities with time.
Donate money or donate a meal: Find out more info at www.familyhousews.org.
Thank you for sharing your hearts and caring for families in medical crisis. We hope you know how much we appreciate you.
As part of my Americorps service we had to volunteer for another nonprofit for MLK service day. I choose to bake cookies for the SECU Family House. This was a fun experience that I would like to do again and possibly with my children the next time around. We baked two huge batches of delicious cookies using the recipes and ingredients provided. The kitchen is very nice and well equipped with everything you need. While we were baking one of the house guest came in and we chatted for a bit. It was heartwarming to hear her story and how this charity has benefited her family during such a hard time. As a daughter to two parents that suffered through many illnesses I could empathize with what she was going through. It is nice to know they are there providing comfortable accommodations to family members that are caring for ill family members much like the Ronald McDonald House but adult patients. I would recommend this experience to anyone because they have many different ways you can help.