Nora's Home Community Resources
Nora’s Home will serve patients receiving transplant care in the Texas Medical Center in Houston. We know that our guests and all transplant patients and caregivers will face many challenges. Other visitors may want information about organ donation, end stage organ diseases, treatment options in general or transplant specifically. We hope that links to these community resources will be helpful as you search for answers and for assistance.
The Texas Medical Center/Transplant Centers
Includes information about the Texas Medical Center, its member institutions, maps, parking, international services, dining and lodging options in the largest medical center in the world.
A regional Organ Procurement Organization serving the Houston area and many other parts of Texas.
Informational and Support Resources
A nationwide coalition of humanitarian flying organizations, whose volunteer pilots fly medical patients to treatment destinations. This site can serve as a resource for locating local volunteer flying groups throughout the country.
ALF’s support services provide information about liver disease, resources and emotional support to patients, family members, and caregivers.
Provides free, personal and private websites to connect people undergoing significant health challenges with family members and friends to enhance support through their journey.
A network of volunteers who provide free air and ground transportation for medical and humanitarian purposes.
Provides referral information about hospitality houses nationwide.
Dedicated to preventing kidney diseases, improving the health and well-being of individuals and families affected by these diseases, and increasing the availability of all organs for transplantation.
Provides fundraising assistance and support to help transplant and catastrophic injury patients meet the high financial costs of their medical treatment.
Provides free air transportation to medical patients needing diagnosis and treatment at medical facilities not available to them locally. They serve patients from Louisiana, Mississippi and western Tennessee, with frequent missions to the Texas Medical Center.