About Tabor Lodge


Tabor Lodge is our residential addiction treatment centre, your first port of call, for getting help and treating an addiction. Our 28-day programme consists of one-to-one counselling, group therapy, education, meditation, and nature walks. We believe family support is crucial during rehabilitation and encourage families to participate in a 4 week family programme or attend family counselling.

Treatment at Tabor Lodge is available to men and women over 18 years of age who are suffering with addictions to drugs, alcohol, gambling or food. Admission is by prior assessment and appointment only. To arrange a confidential assessment please ring 021 488 7110.

Tabor Lodge is located 15 miles southwest of Cork City and is surrounded by woodlands and rolling pastures that overlook the Atlantic near Kinsale.

Contact us at

021 488 7110 or fill out the enquiry form and a qualified counsellor will contact you.

Tabor Lodge
Belgooly, Co Cork


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 €6,160 for 28 days. 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.

Tabor Group is approved by private Health Insurance; VHI, LAYA Healthcare Aviva Health and Irish Life. Your health insurer may provide cover towards the cost of treatment. Further information will be available from these bodies based on your cover. A client’s individual insurance cover can be checked by Tabor Group at assessment stage or can be done by the client in advance.

Some employers contribute towards the cost of treatment.

The full cost of treatment will be discussed with you in full at the Assessment Stage Assessment

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