Ulman House Year In Review
In our first ten months of operations at Ulman House, we have welcomed guests from 30 miles away to 4,200.
Young adults living with rare cancers and more common ones.
Caregivers standing by their spouses, children, parents, friends, and those with whom “it’s complicated.”
They’ve stayed for just one night; they’ve stayed for more than 150 nights. Here are our residential recap numbers.
“I had a great experience. Its wonderful to know that there’s a place like Ulman house for people who are going through a really tough time.”
We’re also measuring our impact based on reducing the common challenges adolescents & young adults face including: stress, social isolation, financial toxicity, and access to care.
100% of respondents report reduced stress
86% report greatly reduced stress
91% report improved access to care
100% report improved compliance with treatment
93% experienced a reduced financial burden
80% feel less socially isolated as a result of staying at Ulman House
Volunteers & Activities
Ulman House has been honored to have many incredible groups and individuals lend a helping hand.
Our volunteers cook meals, plan activities, host workouts, and more.
From Our Residents
“What Ulman has done for us is: to help us use our resources to care for our daughter, to give us a place where we feel safe, and to give us a place that we don’t feel alone in the really frightening battle to save her life. We are so grateful!”
“My stay at Ulman House has further inspired me to stay in touch with the Ulman Foundation and understand that this part of my life shouldn’t necessarily be thought of with grief, but with happiness that I was able to persist and move forward with my life.”
“Not only did Ulman provide housing & financial assistance but indirectly, emotional support by connecting me to a community and second family (of navigators, and other patients and caregivers) during treatment.”