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Welcome to The Tabor Group

Tabor Group is a leading provider of residential addiction treatment services in Ireland. We provide support and care to hundreds of clients each year suffering from addictions to alcohol, substances, gambling and food. Tabor Group offers hope, healing and recovery to addicted people and their families through integrated and caring services.

Our facilities include:

  • Tabor Lodge, Residential Addiction Treatment Centre
  • Tabor Fellowship, Extended Residential Treatment Centre for Men and Women
  • In addition to our residential facilities, we provide a continuing care programme to people who have completed treatment to assist with their recovery, and offer counselling to families whose loved ones are struggling with an addiction.

Tabor Lodge is a Residential Addiction Treatment Centre for the treatment of people addicted to Alcohol, Drugs, Gambling and Food and of their families. It is situated fifteen miles south of Cork city overlooking Nohoval Cove.

What we do


The programme uses 1-to-1 counselling, group therapy, education and meditation

Family Programme

We offer counselling, support and intervention skills for loved ones

Qualified Therapists

All of our clinical staff are fully accredited addiction counsellors

Continuing Care

We provide residents up to 2 years of support upon completing treatment

Our extended treatment centres

Should a resident request or require additional treatment, our two extended treatment centres offer a 12-week residential programme to assist with their recovery.

Men’s Residence

Situated on its own grounds of 2 ½ acres overlooking the Southside of the city at Spur Hill, Togher, Cork, Tabor Fellowship House provides a 12 week Residential Extended Treatment Programme for men ...

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Women’s Residence

Tabor Renewal Women’s Residence is situated on its own grounds overlooking Cork City on the Blarney Road. It was set up by the Mercy Order in response to a need for a residential supportive environment ...

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