According to many sources, Oregon House/FOF is not a legitimate Gurdjieff group.
I advise that you NOT sign any documents relating to money and that you get out of there just as soon as you can. If you have signed any documents relating to finances, get out, and consult an attorney--you dont want to be the scapegoat for any iffy financial transactions.
Just pack your bags and leave. You dont owe them any apologies or explanations. Its likely that you were recruited under false pretenses---recruitment into bogus Fourth Way groups is often done through the guise of friendship, and you were probably NOT given enough info to make a fully informed decision.
After you leave, you can get a copy of 'Taking With the Left Hand' by William Patrick Patterson, a Gurdjieff scholar. There is a big chapter on your group, and its leader Robert Burton.
OH takes great trouble to cultivate a collective appearance of elegance, high achievement, sophistication and 'niceness'.
(Some of this material may be out of date, but not too much of it)
You did not mention how you decided to live at Oregon House. If you did so for spiritual practice, you need to know that the 'self remembering' meditation taught by Robert Burton, leader of your group has produced trance reactions in some people. Years back I met a man who had been in Fellowship of Friends (the original name for your group--Burton went on to call it 'Renaissance' and 'The Ark')
Years ago, a friend of mine had a buddy in Alcoholics Anonymous who wanted to deepen his spiritual practice. Her friend got entangled with Fellowship of Friends. Much later, my pal got a phone call. Her buddy was in jail. He'd emerged from FOF penniless and disoriented, and under stress began drinking and using drugs again. He'd landed in jail and needed bail money.
Legitimate Gurdjieff partitioners have analysed Burton's method of Self Remembering and insist that it is not accurate--Patterson discusses this in his book. You cannot get reliable Fourth Way teaching at Oregon House.
The difficulty is that there are so very many dodgy Fourth Way groups out there that unless people have already researched the whole area, they're likely to be stumble into one.
If you still want to do Gurdjieff work, I advise that you take a breather, read James Webb's book 'The Harmonious Circle' and see just how much of Gurdjieff's material is not unique to him at all.
Two, ask whether the mystique & mysteriousness of it appealed to you and what you hope to get from it.
Its a path of power that has no end in view.
If you still want to do G work, contact the Gurdjeiff Foundation. There is one in SF and one in NYC.
This does not mean either organization is risk free, but at least they are transmitting G work through a legitimate lineage, not a line of hustlers.
No matter what you do, dont give up your financial goals, your health, your sanity, or your family and outside friendships.
I recommend that you read several books by Karlfried graf von Durckheim--starting with Hara:The Vital Centre of Man (hard to find but superb) and 'The Call For the Master'
Durckheim integrated body with spiritual practice in a manner ahead of his time. He got his insights from real Zen practice in Japan and had academic training as a psychologist and student of western mysticism. He was a lucid writer, no mystique, and many Gurdjieff practitioners make use of his writings--they may find Durckheim's kindness and clarity a huge relief compared to the opacity of Gurdjieff's material.
Dont let anyone con you into believing that you'll lose your capacity for spiritual progress if you leave them or their organization. Thats just a sleazy power trip.
Have a good, liberating new year.