Fellowship House

Fellowship House – the aim of the programme is to build on and consolidate the work of the recovery programme which has already begun in a residential addiction treatment centre. The programme emphasises personal responsibility, peer support, lifestyle changes and participation in the Twelve Step Model. Throughout the 12-week residential treatment, men will use group therapy, one-to-one counselling, meditation and education to help them continue a healthy sobriety.

Fellowship House is located at Spur Hill, Togher, Cork.

We are in the process of completing a new, purpose-built facility on our grounds at Spur Hill. This new centre will facilitate the extended treatment for 16 men and provide accommodation for another 15 who have completed treatment.

Referrals for Fellowship House can come from any residential addiction treatment centre like Tabor Lodge, or from families, GPs and self, provided the person has completed a primary treatment programme.

While most of the costs are covered through government funding, there is a charge for the treatment and therefore appropriate funding is also required from the client.

For more information please contact us at 021 454 5894.

Tabor Group is a charitable organisation established to help those struggling with addiction and whatever your financial circumstances, we will endeavour to accommodate you.

The cost of treatment is € for 12 weeks.  Residents are required to pay € each week. Tabor Group receives funding from government sources as a contribution towards the services it provides.  Depending on your personal circumstances, you may be eligible to have some of the costs of your treatment offset by this funding.  This will be discussed with you at assessment and we will work with you to agree a manageable payment plan under those circumstances.

2016 sees commencement of construction for our new purpose-built facility located at Spur Hill, Togher, Cork. This facility will increase our capacity from 10 residents in our 12 week programme to 16, with an additional 15 units of accommodation for men who have completed the programme but require a step-down model of independent living while having access to ongoing support and care.

This new building project is addressing both the growing addiction issue as well as the increasing homelessness issue here in Cork. When complete, Fellowship House will be one of the most modern facilities of its kind in the country. It will be unique because of its approach to providing step down support over an extended period of time all on one site.