Family First & Kinship Support
Oasis implements a homelessness preventive strategy to help families and similar long-term support options work, as Home is always the first preferred option for youth. Oasis is committed to providing family counselling and mediation support services to help families remain together
The Oasis House
The Oakville Oasis House is a 5-bed transitional housing hub with staff support for male youth ages 18-24. Adhering to the Foyer Housing Model, The Oasis House provides safe and affordable housing for homeless youth in exchange for their commitment to self-development and growth. The ultimate goal is to be an ‘Oasis’ that supports our youth through a successful transition to independence.
Who Can Access Support?
Struggling Family Relationships
Community Service Providers
Youth between 18-25 who are able to self-regulate and function independently; willing to participate in self-improving activities in education and employment. We encourage and count on the support of every community member to look out and refer a youth looking for a safe space to call home.
Experiential Learning &
Our goal is to equip youth with the tools they need to take control of their own lives and destinies. Our methodology is one of experiential learning and self reflection, with the youth having the chance to act upon the material being shared and then have the time to reflect.
We call for community members to get involved in our “Make A Room Project"
(2 Kings 4:10). This is an initiative to transform available spaces in homes to address homelessness for vulnerable youth. Oasis will provide willing participants with professional support to make this initiative a successful collaboration