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Rogue Retreat meets homeless people as they are (many with addiction and/or mental health challenges) and provides creative and temporary housing for them: a place to call home. With community partners and Rogue Retreat’s Community Support Specialists, Rogue Retreat collectively wraps itself around program participants delivering supportive services to help them achieve their highest potential.
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Urban Campground, Medford
Rogue Retreat Shared Housing
The Redwood Inn
Talent Gateway Transitional Housing Project
Rogue Retreat Apartments
Urban Campground, Grants Pass
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Rogue Retreat meets homeless people as they are (many with addiction and/or mental health challenges) and provides creative and temporary housing for them — a place to call home. With community partners and supportive services staff, Rogue Retreat wraps itself around program participants to help them achieve their highest potential.
Rogue Retreat staff come from all walks of life and our services are open to anyone regardless of age, color, disability, gender, sex, gender expression, gender identity, sexual orientation (LGBTQAI+), national origin, race, religion, or veteran status. Rogue Retreat is committed to equity, diversity, and inclusion. To Rogue Retreat, equity means creating conditions that enable everyone to reach their full potential. Rogue Retreat is a 501 (c) 3 charitable nonprofit, incorporated in Oregon.
October 25, 2021 First Ever Tiny House Village for Homeless and Unsheltered People Opens in Grants Pass, Oregon
August 23, 2021 People’s Bank of Commerce Foundation Grants $150,000 to Rogue Retreat
June 8, 2021 Rogue Retreat Press Conference Annual Report to the Community
In the News
October 25, 2021 Rogue Retreat Prepares to Unveil First-Ever Grants Pass Tiny Home Transitional Housing
September 21, 2021 One-Stop Shop for Homeless Services Takes Shape
August 21, 2021 Rogue Receives $150k Check From People’s Bank For Medford Housing Renovations
June 9, 2021 Rogue Retreat Lays Out Progress, Talks Challenges in Providing Services to Homeless
May 18, 2021 Kelly Shelter Resident Talks Road to Recovery, Credits Officers for Helping
September 1, 2020 Rogue Retreat: Roseburg Leaders Travel to Medford to Address Homeless Issue