Since 1986, we have provided over 900,000 individual overnight accommodations to critically ill children and their families, from every state in the U.S. and more than 82 countries worldwide. Our unique programs bring comfort, hope, and joy to children and their families, enabling them to renew their spirits mentally and physically.
Our hospital housing program is the premier provider of overnight accommodations for families of children receiving treatment at the world-renowned Johns Hopkins Children’s Center in Baltimore, MD.
The Believe In Tomorrow Children’s House at Johns Hopkins is the cornerstone of Believe In Tomorrow’s hospital housing program, providing overnight accommodations to families of children receiving treatment at the world-renowned Johns Hopkins Children’s Center in Baltimore, MD. Accommodating up to 15 families a night, the facility provides an average of 2,000 overnight stays each month to families from every state in the U.S. and over 82 countries worldwide.
1915 McElderry St, Baltimore, MD 21205 | 410-614-2560 | Opened in 1992
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Believe In Tomorrow developed the concept for the first pediatric respite program in the U.S. This program has served thousands of critically ill children and their families since 1986.
Our beach and mountain respite properties operate year-round, allowing families with critically ill children the opportunity to get away, relax, and reconnect together in the midst of a child’s treatment and recovery. See all our respite properties below.
House By The Sea
(Ocean City, MD)
The Children’s House By The Sea is comprised of five condo units, each with at least two bedrooms, one full bath, kitchen, dining and living room areas. The large decks are furnished with relaxation in mind and provide a whimsical beach environment for families who stay there.
13 66th Street, Ocean City, MD 21842. Opened in 2000
House on the Bay
(Ocean City, MD)
Families can relax in this gorgeous bayfront three-bedroom house with a stunning view that overlooks the bay. Situated minutes from the ocean, families can enjoy beautiful sunsets, fishing off the back dock and all the activities Ocean City has to offer.
617 Bayshore Drive #44, Ocean City, MD 21842. Opened in 2008
House on Fenwick Island
(Fenwick Island, DE)
This unique two-bedroom townhome is situated on a saltwater pond in a tranquil section of Fenwick Island, DE, just minutes from the Atlantic Ocean. Families can enjoy the community pool and tennis courts or relax and watch evening sunsets over the pond.
38303 Bluebird Lane, Apt. #356, Selbyville, DE 19975. Opened in 1996
House on Wisp Mountain (McHenry, MD)
Located in the mountains of Western Maryland, overlooking Deep Creek Lake, the house is an extraordinary 4 bedroom, 3 bath log cabin that offers families year-round amenities, including snow and water skiing, fishing, swimming, and miles of hiking and bike tails.
79 Telemark Court, McHenry, MD 21541. Opened in 2006
House at Deep Creek Lake (McHenry, MD)
Located next door to the House on Wisp Mountain, this stunning four bedroom, 4 ½ bath log home has a gas fireplace, vaulted ceilings and a gorgeous lake view. Families can enjoy all the natural mountain and lake activities year round. This home is handicapped accessible with an elevator available as needed.
85 Telemark Court, McHenry, MD 21541. Opened in 2019
House at Pinnacle Falls
This gorgeous mountain top retreat is located close to Asheville, NC in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains. The large three bedroom, three bath home is in a gated community. It boasts miles of professionally designed hiking trails and 100’s of waterfalls. You also have access to a spectacular lodge, fitness facilities and community pool.
102 Mountain Mist Lane, Zirconia, NC 28790. Opened in 2011
The House at the Beach, (Ocean City, MD)
When completed, this new respite property will prioritize US military families who have critically ill children, as well as children with short life expectancies. The innovative design will offer two three-bedroom apartments, adjacent to The Children’s House By The Sea, on 66th Street. Click here to learn more.