Shared Recovery Housing

Rogue Retreat has Shared Recovery Houses are referred through staff of inpatient recovery treatment centers when men and women are ready for the next step in independent living after treatment but have no safe place to return home to. Participants are responsible for paying a small participation fee and household chores. Heather’s Haven is for women, Harold’s Haven is for men, and Starting Strong are studio apartments for women who are pregnant or parenting a child under the age of 3.

Harold’s Haven

Harold’s Haven is Rogue Retreat’s addictions treatment aftercare house for men. Participants are referred through staff of inpatient recovery treatment centers when they are ready for the next step in independent living but have no safe place to return home to. Priority placement is given to Oregon Health Plan members covered by AllCare. Participants are responsible for paying a small participation fee and the rest of their program fees are covered through a contract with AllCare.

Heather’s Haven

Heather’s Haven is Rogue Retreat’s addictions treatment aftercare houses for women. Participants are referred through staff of inpatient recovery treatment centers when they are ready for the next step in independent living but have no safe place to return home to. Priority placement is given to Oregon Health Plan members covered by Jackson Care Connect. Participants are responsible for paying a small participation fee and the rest of their program fees are covered by a grant from Jackson Care Connect.

Medically Assisted Treatment House

PROGRAM PARTICIPATION REQUIREMENTS

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

To Apply,

If you are currently enrolled in an addictions recovery treatment center in Southern Oregon please talk to your counselor or treatment team to refer you to our program.

Applications may be dropped off at our office in the locking drop box outside, mailed to 1410 W 8th Street, Medford, OR 97501 or faxed to 541-690-1670. Applications must be submitted by the inpatient treatment staff and accompanied by an Interagency Referral Form. Call Sharleina for details at 541-499-0880.