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Recovery Support

Dedicated to providing a strong foundation for lifelong recovery

Now offering intensive outpatient group services!

Join our outpatient group on Thursdays from 10am to 11:30am (you do not have to be a current ROC Client to attend).

Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged, for the Lord your God will be with you wherever you go. 

Joshua 1:9

What We Do We Invite You to Come as You Are

The ROC Recovery Center is a faith-based organization that is committed to meeting the needs of individuals struggling with addictive behaviors, mental illness, domestic violence, homelessness, and emotional trauma. It is our desire to help the brokenhearted heal through outpatient and intensive outpatient services, as well as individual peer support and counseling services. We also connect people to other community resources and opportunities. Here, at the ROC, we are passionate about spreading hope and restoration. We are committed to the transformation of building new lives by addressing the physical, mental, social, and spiritual needs. Since 2018, we’ve been serving Southern Oregon with an amazing team of dedicated people, helping adults, youth, and their families recover.

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Our Services

Our recovery services are affordable and confidential. We provide personalized recovery coaching, individual and family counseling, addiction and recovery educational support, and peer support groups. We offer a 4-day training for peer workers to become certified facilitators. Our peer support services are delivered by individuals who have common life experiences with the people they serve. Persons with mental and/or substance use disorders have a unique capacity to help each other based on shared affiliation and a deep understanding of this experience. 

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Support Groups

Make Connections. Get Help.

RISE Group

A Parent & Family Support Group

Come join our parent and family support group on Monday nights from 6-7:30 pm at 305 S. Fir Street in Medford (parking availabke directly across the street). RISE is a group of parents & family members who are affected by loved ones who struggle with addiction. We meet every week to offer help, healing & hope by providing education & encouragement in a safe, supportive enviornment. 

This is a place to process your feelings, talk about your struggles, grow personally & be encouraged by other who share similar pain & experiences. Our focus is to gain courage, strength & perspective for this journey & find wayas to help ourselves, so that we will be healthy enough to help our loved ones.

For more information on the ROC or any of our group or individual services, please call us at (541) 200-3000.

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Don’t miss this coming Thursday night at 6pm! Come join our NEW Celebrate Recovery Meeting every Thursday Night located at 305 S. Fir Street in Medford – Doors open at 5:30 pm. 

The format of CR is totally different from your normal 12-step recovery group.
6:00pm – Dinner
6:20pm – Music/Worship
6:45pm – Recovery Meeting
7:05pm – Small Group Open Share (Men & Women meet separately)
7:30pm – Dessert & Fellowship


For more information on the ROC or any of our group or individual services, please call us at (541) 200-3000.

NEW!!! J2F Celebrate Recovery

Join us every Thursday evening from 6-7:45pm

305 S. Fir Street, Medford, Oregon 

Celebrate Recovery Meeting focuses on providing support for those suffering with all forms of hurts, habits, and hang-ups. This meeting is designed to provide support to those who are on a “Journey 2 Freedom.” Celebrate Recovery uses the Word of God and the twelve steps to help minister to individuals. Celebrate Recovery is God’s way to help people to become overcomers from past and current hurts, hang-ups, and habits.

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Benefits of Support Group

Support groups bring together people who are going through or have gone through similar experiences. For example, this common ground might be medical conditions, addiction, grief or emotional setbacks. A support group provides an opportunity for people to share personal experiences and feelings, coping strategies, or firsthand information about diseases or treatments. The common experience among members of a support group often means they have similar feelings, worries, every day problems, treatment decisions or treatment side effects.
 
Participating in a group provides you with an opportunity to be with people who are likely to have a common purpose and likely to understand one another. Benefits of participating in a support group may include:
  • Feeling less lonely, isolated or judged
  • Reducing distress, depression, anxiety or fatigue
  • Talking openly and honestly about your feelings
  • Improving skills to cope with challenges
  • Staying motivated to manage chronic conditions or stick to treatment plans
  • Gaining a sense of empowerment, control or hope
  • Improving understanding of a disease and your own experience with it
  • Getting practical feedback about treatment options
  • Learning about health, economic or social resources
For more information on the ROC or any of our group or individual services, please call us at (541) 200-3000.