Need Help? You’re Not Alone.
You are not forgotten, and there is hope.
We know it’s sometimes not easy or the right time to ask for help. But when you’re ready, Rogue Retreat is here with open arms. We can provide stable shelter and food, and connect you with others who can help with getting medical care, personal documents, job training, and more. We know your needs are unique to you, and we’re here to lend a hand where you need it.
Please get in touch as soon as you’re ready, so that we can get you supported as quickly as possible.
How It Works
Step 1. Review housing options and choose an application. Then apply in-person, by mail, or online.
Step 2. Call us at (541) 499-0880 to confirm we received your application.
Step 3. Check on your application status — weekly for the Kelly Shelter, and monthly for all other programs.
Housing & Shelter Programs
Rogue Retreat provides camping, shelter, and housing programs for homeless individuals and families in Jackson and Josephine counties. From our transitional campground to independent apartment housing, we meet you where you are.
Learn more about our housing and shelter options.
Kelly Shelter is a 64-bed facility in Medford, Oregon. This location operates year-round and is low-barrier, meaning that there are fewer requirements for becoming a participant. Shower and laundry services are available on-site, and each shift is hosted by trained employees.
Hope Village is a “tiny house” community operated by Rogue Retreat, and a safe place for people experiencing homelessness to live while addressing their personal barriers. There is no running water in houses, but they have electricity for heat and all other amenities are on-site.
Rogue Retreat operates four recovery houses for women and men: Heather’s Haven, Amy’s Haven, Cindy’s Haven and Harold’s Haven. Preference is given to people coming directly out of inpatient treatment, or referred by one of our treatment partners.
This location is home to 53 two-bedroom trailers, and priority is provided to families with students within the Phoenix-Talent School District who lost their housing from the Almeda Fire. Participation fees are collected and used towards utilities and case management services.
These properties are owned and managed by Rogue Retreat. It is an affordable housing, second-chance renters program for those who are homeless and need a fresh start. Participants are responsible for paying full rent and utilities.
Housing Retreat is a rent subsidized program for people who are currently and chronically homeless. Participants pay 30% of their adjusted gross income for rent and utilities. Properties are owned by the Housing Authority of Jackson County and co-managed by Rogue Retreat.
Urban Campground, Medford
The Urban Campground, Medford is an entry-level tent and Pallet Shelter safe haven with 90 sites. Guests receive twice-daily donated meals, as well as wrap-around supportive services.
“It’s a slow process, but I’m still moving. I don’t know where God is taking me, but he’s using the people at Rogue Retreat to show me the world is better and there’s a future after what’s happened to me. I may never have closure, but now I have a way out.”
– Karen, Hope Village Resident
Need Help Related to COVID-19?
We may be able to help…
We are taking steps to protect our participants from COVID-19. All of our housing and shelter sites are socially distanced and we follow state and local guidance. We have private rooms available for people who need to quarantine from COVID-19.
Referrals for these rooms must come from Jackson County Public Health.
You can access more COVID-19 information and resources at the Oregon Health Authority.
Crisis Text Line
Text “NAMI” to 741741 to chat with a trained crisis counselor. This is a free 24/7 text line for those in crisis (English only).
SAMHSA Disaster Distress Helpline [En Español]
Call (800) 985-5990 and press 2 for Spanish-language support. They provide 24/7 crisis counseling and support to people experiencing emotional distress related to natural or human-caused disasters.
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Call (800) 273-TALK (8255). If you or someone you know is in crisis — whether they are considering suicide or not — please call the toll-free lifeline to speak with a trained crisis counselor 24/7.
The Trevor Project Resources
Reach out to a counselor if you’re struggling, find answers and information, and get tools to help someone else. Call (866) 488-7386, instant message a counselor on their website, or text “start” to 678678. Trevor Project counselors understand the challenges LGBTQ young people are facing and are available 24/7.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I choose my housing or shelter location?
Yes, you can decide which housing and shelter sites to apply for, and each site has a waitlist and criteria that affect who is eligible and how quickly someone can move in.
How long does it take to get housing?
Each of our sites has a waitlist and operational capacity. The amount of time it takes to get into any of our housing and shelter sites can vary greatly. Often, our low-barrier sites have shorter wait times than our tiny houses or apartments.
I need help now. Where should I go?
If you’re having an emergency, call 911. All of our intake and applications are processed at our main office in Medford (for Jackson County). If you need help, please visit the office during business hours to fill out an in-person application or learn more about our services.
Can I get help filling out the application?
Yes, please visit our main office and our reception and intake team can help you fill out an application.