We Missed You

Hi Everyone, We will be opening our doors on Monday, May 18th. Please contact your case manager this week to discuss a good time for you to come in to meet with them. Unfortunately, we will not be allowing children into the office as we continue to practice social distancing. Please make childcare arrangements. Harold… Read More »

Rogue Retreat Limited Public Operations

March 22nd, 2020 For Immediate Release: Beginning Monday, March 23rd, Rogue Retreat offices will be closed to the public however clients and community partners will continue to be seen by appointment only. Our staff will still be working during this limited closure. We will not be accepting applications in person for two weeks. Applications can… Read More »

COVID-19 Public Service Announcement

Dear community leaders and partners, I’m sending this notice to elected, appointed and civic leaders across Oregon communities served by Rogue Retreat in Jackson and Josephine Counties. I want you to be aware Rogue Retreat is closely monitoring the developments related to COVID-19 and is taking precautions to help preserve the health and safety of… Read More »

Strategic Planning

The Rogue Retreat Board of Directors and staff met in September to dream and strategize the immediate (3-5 years) future for Rogue Retreat’s work and service to the community. It was clear there need to be more beds and opportunities to give hope and service to the homeless. There need to be more income streams.… Read More »

Teach a person how to fish

We’ve all heard the wise saying: “Give a person a fish and they eat for a day. Teach a person how to fish and they eat for a lifetime.” This is about hand-outs and hand-ups. Too often we approach life as either/or, but the great organizations in history approach their work as both/and. My point?… Read More »

The name of Rogue Retreat

So what is the name Rogue Retreat all about? How did it start? In 1998 a small group of people met to discuss how to start a new organization which could help people overcome the addiction, abuse and dysfunction of life. The original thought was to have a live-in recovery center to address all the… Read More »