Blanchet Farm’s residential recovery program is located in Yamhill County, Oregon. Its goal is to help men with substance addiction build sobriety, self-worth, and relearn job skills by being responsible for the care of animals, gardens, meals, and facilities.
In short, the farm is successful at saving lives because it offers another chance for men who have tried other more traditional recovery programs. What’s more, the farm is free to all thanks to compassionate donors.
How the Farm Program Works
Blanchet Farm offers men suffering from alcohol or drug addiction a safe and
supportive environment to work on their recovery.
8 months of free room and board
Case management to set goals and access needed services
A drug and alcohol-free environment
12-step program onsite meetings
Moderate work duties
Clothes and hygiene items provided
The farm offers a supportive place in a rural environment for men to share their personal struggles with each other. Most importantly, we listen without judgment. What’s more, all staff have lived experience with addiction and recovery.
In brief, we take a collaborative approach to recovery that ensures a person gets the services they need. In addition, we connect residents to mental and physical health care or support to find employment and housing.
Blanchet Farm residential program is free thanks to generous and compassionate donors. Therefore, there is no charge to make this unique recovery program more accessible. However, there is usually a waiting list. Please call for an intake interview at 971-337-8745.
- Phone interview with Case Manager and Farm Manager. Call 503-852-6626 Mon-Fri before 5 p.m.
- Negative U/A test (except THC). We are not a detox, medical, or treatment facility. We cannot administer medical care.
- Willingness to follow program requirements and expectations
- Ability to perform physical work on a small farm
- Background check free of sex offenses/arson/recent violent offenses.
You can help keep the farm free to all who need it by giving a financial gift.
We sometimes offer a selection of finely crafted wood products made by men in recovery at Blanchet Farm. Every purchase directly supports our mission.