Those who have had a loved one hospitalized know how difficult it can be to leave the hospital after visiting hours, and also understand the unforeseen financial burden of finding lodging nearby. To meet the needs of these patients and families, the TreeHouse was established in 2005 to serve as a home-away-from-home at no cost to those who need it. Thanks to the generosity of over 500 donors and businesses, our hospitality house has served over 20,000 people to date.

The TreeHouse offers a variety of high-quality amenities to guests, including ten sleeping rooms with private baths, quiet rooms, open kitchen area, the outdoor patio and Marjolein Bastin gardens, and much more.

For information about staying at the TreeHouse, please callĀ (816) 883-2088. A Liberty Hospital Auxiliary Volunteer or the Resident Assistant will be happy to answer your questions.

Help out the TreeHouse by donating items on our Wish List!

Home Away From Home

Nearly 20,000 guests have visited the TreeHouse since 2005. The Hearth room is a common area on the main level that offers warmth and comfort during their stay.

Friendly Faces

TreeHouse Guests will often meet one of our smiling Auxiliary Volunteers at the front desk when they arrive or check out during the day. Our Resident Assistant handles these and other managerial duties during the evenings.

TreeHouse Name-a-day

As a memorial or honorarium, donors can choose to underwrite a day’s worth of operations for the TreeHouse and dedicate that day to loved ones. This is a special way to commemorate a birthday or an anniversary.

Marjolein Bastin Gardens

The beautiful and restful garden area below the deck was built thanks to the generosity of Hallmark artist Marjolein Bastin and her husband, Gaston Bastin. The Foundation appreciates their continued support of the TreeHouse.