Supportive Services

Helping participants on their journey to self-sufficiency.

Rogue Retreat envisions a community where all homeless people have a place to call home and strengthen the quality of their lives. We empower our participants with a comprehensive case management program that helps them regain their dignity and stability. Through this journey they become successful, contributing members of our community.

Individualized Case Management

Once a participant is accepted into a Rogue Retreat housing and shelter site, they meet weekly with their assigned case manager.

Using Rogue Retreat’s Progressive 5-Level Case Management Program (our Secret Sauce), the case manager helps participants set small weekly goals. Accomplishing these goals helps them achieve self-sufficiency and personal success in 15 “Key Life Domains.”

Domains encompass employment, health, childcare, education, and other areas that contribute to their capacity for self-sufficiency.

“I get to do amazing things every day. I get the chance to give back what was given to me, a choice to live again, happy and healthy.”

– Shannon, Kelly Shelter Manager and former participant

Icons showing some of the domains of self-sufficiency including housing, resume, health care, and community involvement.

Domains of Self-Sufficiency

  • Housing/Shelter
  • Employment
  • Income
  • Food & Nutrition
  • Childcare
  • Child’s Education
  • Adult Education
  • Health Care
  • Family Relations
  • Mobility
  • Community Involvement
  • Legal
  • Mental Health
  • Substance Abuse
  • Safety
“I have stability now. I have structure. I have hope and I have a place to call home. I finally get to be a present mother and I’m always accomplishing things that I can feel proud of.”

– Andrea, participant

Creating a Path to Follow

We give each participant hope for a brighter future and the skills and community connections to achieve it. Case managers guide participants to determine their own paths with a vision toward the future. Referrals to our community partners help participants find resources and the support they need. Peer support specialists are available to assist them in navigating different community resources, and also provide help with weekly goals.

Case managers assess a participant’s self-sufficiency in each domain on a scale of 1-5 (from Crisis to Thriving) at regular intervals, to evaluate their progress and adjust their goals as needed.

“We have accomplished so much! For me personally, I got my driver’s license back. I got a car. I got a brand new set of teeth. I got my HUD voucher and housing. Best of all, I have an improved relationship with my Mom.”

– Debra, participant

A woman and her child applying for supportive services.

Thank You to Our Community Partners!

We could not do this work without our community partners. Because of you, we have the capacity to serve over 500 participants every night. Together, we make a difference in housing and shelter, education, employment, medical care, substance abuse treatment, and more.