The smiles that say it all

Ronald McDonald Houses are located near hospitals that provide specialized care for children and adolescents. Our house, located on 17th Street behind Cabell Huntington Hospital, offers families a home away from home, a refuge from the hospital. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year,

Young family smiling and happy to be heading home and thankful for having the RMHC Huntington House to stay

The smiles that say it all

Ronald McDonald Houses are located near hospitals that provide specialized care for children and adolescents. Our house, located on 17th Street behind Cabell Huntington Hospital, offers families a home away from home, a refuge from the hospital. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year,

Keeping Families Close

About Ronald McDonald House Charities of Huntington, Inc.

Ronald McDonald House is a home-away-from-home for families who must travel hundreds, sometimes thousands, of miles outside of their own community to seek medical treatment for a child. Ronald McDonald Houses are located near hospitals that provide specialized care for children. Twenty-four hours a day, 365 days a year, each House offers parents and family members of seriously ill children a refuge from the hospital – a room of their own with a comfortable bed, kitchen and laundry facilities, and toys for the kids.

Families who stay at the House find other families with the same concerns, and staff and volunteers who listen and care. Houses are designed to encourage interaction among their guests to help them cope during an extremely difficult time. Ronald McDonald Houses offer all of this to families for only a small contribution; if that is not possible, no one is turned away.

newborn infant baby sleeping next to pillow with RMHC Logo

Fieck Family

After a month of staying at RMH, preemie baby Kaylynn is going home, and her mom left us the sweetest note! “It was very emotional

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Anonymous Family

Remington and Grayson finally get to go home soon after nearly a month at RMH! Originally, both boys were born in Charleston and transported to

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