Oasis provides a range of different services and we have several different contracts in place, working with local and national organisations.
The Oasis recovery network provides a range of opportunities aimed at supporting people in recovery, it is funded exclusively through fundraised money and donations from Trusts, Foundations, Community organisations and generated income.
Drug and alcohol treatment outcomes are likely to be more successful if other issues that are troubling you are addressed. For example housing, support with benefits and financial management, building relationships, developing life skills, IT training, employment, confidence building, training, or gaining a social network which does not revolve around drug and alcohol use.
The recovery network provides additional support services focusing on life skills, employment, training and education skills, volunteering and building confidence. Skills that build confidence leading to a successful future which is not impacted upon by drug and alcohol misuse.
Our Recovery Cafes are based within One Recovery Bucks services in Aylesbury and Wycombe. They provide a hub from which to engage service users with recovery network opportunities.
Oasis benefits from the support of the local food share scheme, which gives us free food to use in the cafes as well as being able to offer surplus food to service users, many of whom are experiencing financial hardship.
In conjunction with the 7 partners, the key elements include:
Adviza has brought together an exceptional partnership of local VCS organisations, colleges and training providers to support the most isolated groups back towards work. The local partners include:
There is a dedicated website for Building Futures Bucks
Oasis is aware of the value and benefits of mutual aid and how it is fully integrated with the local treatment system. The following mutual aid groups are available locally Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, SMART Recovery, Gamblers Anonymous and Cocaine Anonymous. Oasis is able to make introductions to these groups if required.