Easy Stay Program

The Smart, Time-Saving Choice for Busy Travelers

Travel Nurse Across America's Easy Stay Program lets you make the most of your housing subsidy while relieving the stress of finding a place to live in a new city. By choosing this option, you receive the full benefit of your housing subsidy while TNAA's housing specialists are available to provide you with fully vetted housing options and answer any questions you may have about the process.

Travelers Haven Partnership

TNAA offers apartments, privately owned properties and extended-stay hotels through an innovative partnership with the country's largest supplier of temporary housing to the healthcare industry. With the guidance of your TNAA specialist, Travelers Haven will locate and secure an apartment, rent furniture and set up utilities - rolling all of these costs into one affordable monthly rate. If an extended-stay hotel is more your style, they offer discounted rates at thousands of hotels throughout the U.S. With convenient payment plans and no upfront costs, it's no surprise more than 13,000 travelers choose Travelers Haven every year.

Payment Assistance

We offer Payment Assistance to qualified travelers who may not have the cash for deposits, utilities and other apartment startup costs. If you qualify, we can help you with paying some of these costs, and the advanced money is conveniently deducted from your first two full paychecks.

Temporary Hotel Stays

Want to explore your new area before you commit to housing? If so, we can assist with arranging a temporary hotel stay of up to 2 weeks.

Apartment Leads

If you'd like to find your own housing, our specialists can offer recommendations on properties and vendors TNAA has used in the area where you will be traveling. All the arrangements will be up to you, but we can steer you toward traveler-friendly options.


To qualify for the Easy Stay Program and receive the housing subsidy, all leases, utilities, furniture leases, rentals and agreements must be in the traveler's name and signed by the traveler.