We give hope to people affected by drugs & alcohol.
We help women, children and families find the strength and opportunities to make choices that lead to change. Not just for themselves, but for their families, their friends and their communities. For all of us.
COVID-19 Update as at 24 Aug 2020
Our phone lines are open Monday-Friday 9am – 5pm – 01273 696970
Oasis Project would like to reassure our service users, partners and supporters that during this period our phone lines are still operational and we continue to offer a service to any woman worried about her drug or alcohol use through telephone-based one to one support.
Brighton Adult Services clients, please contact your Care Co-Ordinator directly (contact details) or call 01273 696970 to speak with the reception team. You can also email email@example.com
Our creche is now open on a Monday – Wednesday 9-3. To book a place for your child in the creche please call 01273 696970 or email firstname.lastname@example.org – the team will allocate you and your child a drop-off time.
All group sessions have been cancelled. We are looking into options for offering virtual groups. Please let your Care Co-Ordinator know if you would be interested in finding out more.
We have basic food and toiletry supplies. We also have a supply of Naloxone pens if you are concerned about overdose. Please call 01273 696970 or email email@example.com
East Sussex clients, please contact the OWRS team on 07718 126545.
SWOP clients, please contact the team on 01273 675526 or call 01273 696970 to speak with the reception team. Click here for more information around sex work and Coronavirus.
Young Oasis Therapy clients, please contact your therapist directly or call 01273 696970 to speak with the reception team.
If you have a fever/cough or are living with someone who has the virus, please do not visit our premises.
If you need support and, please call us on 01273 696970 or call the team you usually see. We will try and get back to you as quickly as possible.
Thank you and stay safe.
We help the people
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Women and children affected by drugs and alcohol are incredibly vulnerable. They are more likely than anyone else to face domestic violence, and other forms of physical and emotional abuse. That’s why Oasis Project focuses on helping women, children and families, including fathers. Because when you can help mums and dads change their own stories, you can break a chain of abuse and addiction.
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