• September 16-18, 2022 - WITH Lodging - FEMALE
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  • September 16-18, 2022 - WITH Lodging - MALE
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  • September 16-18, 2022 - WITHOUT Lodging
  • September 16-18, 2022



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Oregon Coastal Retreat

Newport, OR

Oregon Recovery Retreat


Let's explore the intersections of mind, body and spirit at the Oregon Coastal Retreat. We'll learn how to harmonize the three aspects of self and feel at peace within our bodies. We'll contemplate big recovery questions and grow closer to ourselves, our Higher Power and our community. 
Bring your Big Book!

September 16-18
Friday evening through Sunday noon


$125 per person (without lodging)
$150 per person (with lodging)

The cost includes all retreat workshops, activities and meals. Accommodations at this retreat are twin bunk beds with mattresses only in the dorms and participants need to bring their own bed linens, blankets, pillows, towels and personal hygiene needs. Lodging is limited and on a first-come, first-served basis.


Sea Krest Lodge
116 NW Gilbert Way
Newport, OR 97365

The Sea Krest Lodge overlooks the beautiful Pacific Ocean near Agate Beach. We'll meet in the lodge's great room and explore the tranquil grounds and relaxing beaches, and enjoy nightly Twelve Step meetings next to a bonfire on the beach!

Lodging fills quickly. Reserve your spot now, or plan to find other arrangements in the Newport area.


Lead Presenter

Joey Massengale

Joey Massengale
Joey is the wellness specialist and yoga instructor at the Hazelden Betty Ford in Newberg. He helps people heal holistically—encouraging healthier relationships among mind, spirit and community.  


Other Topics and Associate Presenters

Silent meditation:  Phil Oliver and Joey Massengale
Storytelling and bonfire:  Jerry Higgins
Twelve Steps and non-denominational spirituality:  Steve Harris

Other staff:  Terri Weber-Harris and Lori Anderson


The Full Schedule
Friday, September 16
  5 p.m.  Check in; light dinner available
  6:30 p.m. Informal welcome, introductions and housekeeping
  7:15 p.m. Twelve Step bonfire meeting on the beach
  8:30 p.m. Story by Jerry Higgins
Evening activities: Fellowship, board games, drumming and music (bring your instrument)  
Saturday, September 17
  6:30 a.m. Mindful movement 
  7:15 a.m. Silent meditation
  8 a.m. Breakfast 
  9 a.m.  Welcome and full introductions 
  9:10 a.m. Exploring the Narratives of Dis-ease
  10:40 a.m. Fostering Community Connection through Mind, Body and Spirit   
  Noon  Lunch 
  1:30 p.m.  The Spiritual Question 
  2:45 p.m. Twelve Steps to Spirituality 
  5 p.m. Dinner 
  6:15 p.m. Recovery countdown
  7:15 p.m. Twelve Step bonfire meeting on the beach

Evening activities: Fellowship, board games, drumming and music (bring your instrument) 
Sunday, September 18
  6:30 a.m. Mindful movement
  7:15 a.m. Silent meditation
  8 a.m. Breakfast
  9 a.m. Conclusion and sharing
  11 a.m. Packing up
  Noon  Go forth

QUESTIONS? Please contact Lori Anderson by email or at 1-503-554-4353.

HAZELDEN BETTY FORD FOUNDATION PHOTO POLICY: By attending this public event, I hereby grant the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation the right to use and publish photographs and videos of me, or in which I may be included, for editorial trade, advertising, and any other purpose and in any manner and medium and to alter the same without restriction. I hereby release the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation and its legal representatives and assigns for all claims and liability relating to said photographs and videos.


The Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation is a force of healing and hope for individuals, families and communities affected by addiction to alcohol and other drugs. As the nation's leading nonprofit provider of comprehensive inpatient and outpatient addiction and mental health care for adults and youth, the Foundation has treatment centers and telehealth services nationwide as well as a network of collaborators throughout health care. Through charitable support and a commitment to innovation, the Foundation is able to continually enhance care, research, programs and services, and help more people. With a legacy that began in 1949 and includes the 1982 founding of the Betty Ford Center, the Foundation today is committed to diversity, equity and inclusion in its services and throughout the organization, which also encompasses a graduate school of addiction studies, a publishing division, an addiction research center, recovery advocacy and thought leadership, professional and medical education programs, school-based prevention resources and a specialized program for children who grow up in families with addiction.

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