Oasis Advocacy & Shelter

"Through advocacy, education, and shelter we promote change for people affected by interpersonal violence to live a life free from abuse."

Advocacy

Our Programs and Services
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Shelter & Housing Assistance

Oasis Shelter Home has a 7 day Emergency Shelter with a confidential location on the southern Oregon Coast. The shelter has 15 beds and is available for women and their children as well as dogs.
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24/7 Crisis Hotline

Our Advocates are here to answer crisis calls 24/7 .
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Court Advocacy

Our Advocates assist with protection orders, accompany victims to court, and work with the District Attorney’s Office for trial assistance and case management.
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Training Service Providers

Community Action Groups
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Support during SAFE exams

Our Advocates respond to calls to the hospital for rape victims and assist during (SAFE) Sexual Assault Forensic Exams.
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Trafficking Victim Assistance

We have trained advocates who serve victims of human trafficking in offering emotional support, resources, financial assistance, legal resources, and paperwork assistance.
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Financial Education

Support workshops for Financial Empowerment including the program the Purple Purse.
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CPS Advocacy

DHS Child Protective Services Co-Located Advocate. We have an office within DHS to work with our community partners and outreach clients.
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D-SART

Coordinate and facilitate with the DOMESTIC & SEXUAL VIOLENCE RESPONSE TEAM.
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Community Christmas

We reach out to our community to come together and support those who may be struggling through the Christmas holiday. With help, we provide dinners and gifts for families.
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Statewide Representation

We represent Curry County & the rural voice at Statewide meetings.
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Support Groups

We offer Support groups and workshops for men and women, separately in Brookings and Gold Beach, Oregon, as well as community support in Port Orford.

 

Request Help Now

CALL our 24 hour Crisis Line

1-800-447-1167

541-247-7600

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What is Domestic Violence?

Domestic violence is a pattern of assaultive and coercive behaviors , including physical, sexual, and psychological attacks, as well as economic coercion, used by adults or adolescents against an intimate partner.
Domestic violence undermines the self-esteem and self-control of its victims. In doing so, it reduces one’s ability to recognize alternatives to a violent situation.

TYPES OF ABUSE

  • PHYSICAL
  • SEXUAL AND REPRODUCTIVE A
  • EMOTIONAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL
  • FINANCIAL/ECONOMIC
  • SPIRITUAL
  • LEGAL
  • TECHNOLOGICAL / CYBER
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