5 Ways We Can Help You
1. We've Been There.
Talk with caregivers who understand what you’re going through. Our caregiver coaches listen and offer support. They are here for you if you just want to talk or if you have questions.
2. We’ll be your guide.
We can help you navigate the health care system.
3. We'll find the resources you need.
We have tools to help you find resources at Stanford and where you live.
4. We’ll be your research team.
Our librarians can help you find answers to health questions. They can find information to help you and your loved one make choices about care.
5. We provide you a place to relax.
If your loved one is at the hospital, we have a peaceful place for you to relax and take care of yourself.
Cheer up a patient at Stanford Hospital in Palo Alto
Do you have a family member, friend or loved one at Stanford Hospital? Send a free greeting card and we will print and deliver it directly to the patient’s room.
Watch a webinar about roles, challenges, and coping with caregiving
Being a caregiver can be both a rewarding and stressful experience. Ranak Trivedi, PhD, discusses this and more: Coping when Caring for Adults with Chronic or Serious Illnesses
Find free and reduced-cost health resources and services
Search within the Stanford Health Community and beyond. Explore Stanford Health Resource Hub
Caregiving resources for Stanford Medicine employees
Learn about the resources and services available to employees
Monday – Friday | 9am – 5pm
Lynne and Roy M. Frank Family Resource Center
500 Pasteur Drive, 3rd Floor, MC 5684
Stanford, CA 94304