Housing & Shelter Programs

Rogue Retreat provides six tiers of transitional camping, shelter and housing programs for homeless individuals and families in Jackson and Josephine counties!

Housing & Shelter Programs (Six Tiers)

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Transitional Campground

The Urban Campground is an entry level tent and shelter safe haven for those coming directly from the streets and referred by the Medford City Police Department Livability Team. It was created by a partnership between the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office, Medford Police Department, City of Medford Officials, Rogue Retreat and other area service providers.

Transitional Shelter

The Kelly Shelter is a year round, low barrier transitional shelter facility. The Warming Center and Shelter are transitional shelters in Grants Pass.

Transitional Housing

Hope Village is Southern Oregon’s model Tiny House Community that provides shelter that is safe, sanitary, gated and supervised in an attractive community setting with shared common facilities. Foundry Village is in development in Grants Pass.

Shared Housing Programs

Rogue Retreat has a variety of shared housing programs that transition people who are ready for the next step in independent living, coming from more institutional systems of care, such as inpatient treatment, hospital recovery and emergency or transitional shelter programs.

Apartments (with subsidy)

Housing Retreat apartments are a rent subsidized program for people who are currently and chronically homeless. Participants are responsible for paying 30% of their adjusted gross income for rent through our partnership with the Housing Authority of Jackson County.

Apartments (without subsidy)

Restart Retreat apartments are an affordable housing second chance renters program for those who are homeless, but have enough income to pay their monthly rent but need a fresh start.