At Ulman House we provide free housing for young adult cancer patients, and their caregivers.
If you do not have access to the referral form
please email our staff at [email protected]
We’re proudly located in East Baltimore steps from our city’s world-renowned hospitals.
2118 E. Madison Street
Baltimore, MD 21205
Street parking is available in front of Ulman House on E. Madison Street, as well as along N. Chester Street and N. Collington Avenue. A parking lot is located off of N. Chester Street.
From Our Residents
95% of respondents reported reduced stress
75% of respondents experienced a reduced financial burden
95% of respondents reported increased ability to access care
“Staying at Ulman House did two things for me; it gave me a support system of individuals who were going through similar experiences to engage with and provided me a way to decompress through volunteer activities after I completed treatment each day.”
“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!”
“Thank you so much for supporting me and my family during this difficult time. My prolonged treatment plan would have necessitated the need to find housing for at least 2 consecutive months. Not only did Ulman provide housing & financial assistance but indirectly, emotional support by connecting me to a community & second family during treatment.”
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In order to be eligible to stay at Ulman House you must meet these requirements:
be between the ages of 15-39
be in active treatment for cancer
have a caregiver who will be able to stay with you at the house
have a permanent address that is at least 35 miles away from your treatment facility (there are no mileage requirements for transplant recipients)
be fully vaccinated for COVID-19