The Ronald McDonald House of Indiana is a home-away-from-home for families of seriously ill or injured children hospitalized in the Indianapolis area. These families often travel hundreds of miles to seek medical treatment for their child, far away from the comfortable surroundings of their family, friends, and home. The Ronald McDonald House helps these families by offering them a refuge from the hospital setting.
The Indiana House is one of over 200 Ronald McDonald Houses throughout the world. Since opening in 1982, the House has served thousands of families during their child's medical crisis. The Indiana House has 52 guest rooms, making it among the largest of all Ronald McDonald House's worldwide. The Ronald McDonald House at Riley is open daily to any family with an inpatient at Riley, and includes six overnight rooms.