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Dupont Campus House.

Hope’s Harbor Dupont Campus House is a four-bedroom home conveniently located on the Dupont Hospital campus in the 2510 Medical Office Building.

Our Dupont Campus House is exclusively open to families with NICU patients. It has private bedrooms, a fully stocked kitchen, a seating area and laundry facilities. This home is fully accessible.

In addition, community volunteers regularly come to the house to prepare home-cooked meals for our families.

Opened in 2019, this convenient on-campus location allows families to rest and recharge, while staying close to their loved one.

Convenient location on the Dupont Hospital campus
Kitchen, and laundry facilities
Four private bedrooms
Complimentary pantry items, fresh foods and prepared meals provided by the community
Community with other families experiencing similar stresses and concerns
Shared private bathrooms
Internet access
House staff and volunteer support available to guests


At Hope’s Harbor, no one is turned away due to an inability to pay.

We encourage families with the ability to contribute toward their stay to make a small donation to help offset the cost of providing our services. Suggested donation is only $10 per night.

Current guest contribution


We are fortunate to have generous individuals, companies, churches and groups that volunteer to provide meals for guests on a regular basis. Guests are welcome to bring personal food items to store in the shared kitchen.

Hope’s Harbor Dupont
Campus House

“The sense of community is amazing. Meeting other families helps you know you’re not alone.”
– Kai
“It was a home-away-from-home for us.”
– Melissa
“Hope’s Harbor was a sanctuary for us.”
– Maria
“We lived at Hope’s Harbor for nearly a month. It was an amazing experience.”
– Carlos
“It was such a blessing for our family to be at Hope’s Harbor.”
– Chris
“I can’t imagine our journey without Hope’s Harbor.”
– Bekah
“Without Hope’s Harbor, we would have been lost.”
– Amber
“It’s so hard to leave your child in the hospital. So being able to stay nearby at Hope’s Harbor was such a blessing.”
– Amber
“Having all the support, the love, the meals and camaraderie—it was everything. It was our home.”
– Doug