In seeking to help those who are most vulnerable Oasis has been drawn into addressing the issue of housing. This is especially the case when a person has become homeless or a girl who has been trafficked cannot return to her home. In India Oasis runs a half-way facility for girls who have left the red light area and who have no place to go. The half way home also serves vulnerable young girls who have been rescued by the government and who are sent to Oasis by the Child Welfare Committee. Each girl has an individualised care plan and is assisted over 1 - 2 years to move into a group home context. Because of the trauma experienced by each girl intensive counseling is an integral part of their programme.
In the UK Oasis Aquila Housing (OAH) supports vulnerable people on their journey from emergency to independence. We make it our business to provide a home, a place to belong and network of support to those we serve. OAH currently runs 10 projects around the UK. Read more about their work here.