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to help restore value, dignity,
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Our staff are ready and fully prepared to continuing to provide services. Our staff are non-mandated reporters, which means this is a safe place to share your experiences without being forced to report anything. We are here and we are ready to help. If you are considering leaving your abuser or just need to talk, call us at (800) 447-1167. Oasis does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability, sexual orientation, or gender identity.
Don't text, Call
A voice often offers more comfort than a text. Plus, a friend in need may be more likely to express concerns and emotions in an actual verbal conversation. You may even be able to detect if there is something wrong by talking to or Videoing a friend.
Encourage them to act fast
For victims who are still healthy or not yet in quarantine status, encourage them to move while they can and the first step is calling OASIS to set up a plan. Staying at home may become more violent or dark as time goes by.
Drop off necesseties
It is likely that an abusive partner will withhold necessities like hand sanitizer or cleaning supplies as a form of power or control. Offer to pick up essentials for your friend and personally deliver them to ensure they’ve arrived.