The OASIS Project is a transitional housing service of the YWCA’s Domestic Violence program. OASIS is a comprehensive program for nine mothers and up to 18 children in apartment-style settings. Through this program, survivors of domestic and/or sexual violence establish and work towards personal and professional goals so that they may overcome family violence and homelessness to lead safe, self-sufficient, rewarding lives. Residents may stay in the program for up to two years.
We are proud to share that 100% of women exiting the OASIS Project in the last four years have obtained and maintained permanent housing for at least 18 months, which is a major indicator of economic stability.