What is Taylor Made Retreat?
Taylor Made Retreat is a 12 step immersion program which provides a design for living and integration into the 12-step community. The program is a 30-90 day residential program (we suggest 60 days minimum).
How is Taylor Made Retreat different from medical treatment?
Taylor Made is a supportive, educational environment rather than a clinical or medical program. We do require a clinical assessment to determine each applicant’s mental and emotional stability prior to entrance, and we do provide follow-up. However, because we serve people who already know they struggle with alcoholism and/or addiction, we don’t focus on the clinical side of the work. Instead, we provide an intensive orientation to the solution of recovery embodied in the 12 steps.
What are the admission criteria?
We serve adults who know they have the problem of alcoholism and/or drug dependency. People who are motivated to recover, and are physically and psychologically stable, are invited to recover at Taylor Made Retreat.
How long do people stay?
Taylor Made Retreat’s minimum length of stay is 30 days; however, residents may extend their stay as needed. We generally suggest a minimum stay of 60 days. There are options for longer-term stays as needed.
How much does it cost?
The cost of Taylor Made Retreat is significantly less expensive than most inpatient rehabilitation centers. Our 12-step immersion program is $7,500 a month, all-inclusive: program materials, lodging with amenities (pool, fitness center, trails), meals provided by our in-house chef, professional yoga and meditation instruction, as well as weekly outings and transportation to and from the airport. You can learn more about our residence and amenities here.
Is scholarship help available?
There are partial scholarships available for those who qualify. Please let us know if you are in need of financial assistance.
What is the curriculum or program at Taylor Made?
The core of our program is an in-depth study of the book Alcoholics Anonymous (fondly known as “The Big Book”) and immersion into the 12 steps of recovery. Our program also includes presentations and practical applications of Steps 1 through 9. Integration of Steps 10, 11, and 12 is part of the daily experience at Taylor Made Retreat. In addition to our staff, we draw from the recovery community to enhance our daily curriculum.
Do you have a long-term care program and/or sober housing?
Taylor Made Retreat offers a 90-day extended retreat program for those who need more time in a residential setting to focus on their recovery. Taylor Made Retreat also has close ties to the local sober living community and can help residents find longer-term sober living if they so choose.
Who is welcome at Taylor Made Retreat?
Taylor Made Retreat is an inclusive community. We welcome all races, ethnicities, ages, backgrounds, genders, sexualities, and religions.
Our typical guest is 38 years old. Eighty percent have had between 1-5 prior treatment experiences; fifty percent of our guests come from outside the State of Oregon.
Do you have a shorter stay program?
Taylor Made offers a Rest & Renewal Program for those in recovery who need to take time in a residential setting to complete their 4th and 5th Steps. We also offer a 10-day Relapse Program for those TMR graduates who need to be refreshed on the daily commitments necessary to stay sober.
Can my family come to visit?
Visiting hours for our residential program are on Sunday from 1:00 pm until 3:30 pm.
Guests are allowed to bring, with prior approval, fully vaccinated and spayed or neutered dogs to TMR, assuming they are well-behaved and can get along with other dogs and humans in a communal living arrangement. Dog owners are responsible for the care, feeding and supervision of their animals. Cats are not allowed.
Do you offer family conferences?
Family conferences are encouraged and may be scheduled with the program staff.