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Oasis Network: A space for wellbeing and recovery.

 

Who are we?

We are a mental health and addictions support service that provides Peer Support, Advocacy, Education and Emergency Housing to people who live or work in the Hutt Valley or the Wairarapa, who self-identify as having experience of mental distress, illness and/or addictions.

What do we do?

We support YOU to achieve your goals and access what you need in life to be well, happy and healthy.

Our staff have a wealth of knowledge and can help you understand your rights, support you to achieve your goals and provide a safe, recovery focussed space for you to learn and up-skill yourself.

It’s up to you how you want to engage with us, perhaps you need a one-off referral to another support service, or maybe you need an advocate to support you at Work and Income. One-off or short term support is something we provide, BUT if you need long term recovery support we can also help!

At Oasis Network we have opportunities for you to attend groups, participate in goal planning and achievement, access our food bank, provide you with volunteer opportunities and we have a strong network of members who regularly support and nurture each other, including running a members meeting once a fortnight.

For more information please see our latest newsletter at the bottom of this page, or contact us directly!!

Either by phone on:

(04) 566 1601

Or by email:

support@oasisnetwork.org.nz

Or! check us out or send us a message on Facebook

https://www.facebook.com/Oasis-Network-Inc-444863155570653/

 

 

Please check out our latest newsletters via the link below

Newsletter May 2018

 Oasis Network would like to say a big thank to Packaging House in Seaview Lower Hutt for donating plastic bags to us. This enables us to keep our food bank going, we have food available on Monday’s after 2pm and Wednesday and Friday mornings.

 

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9 thoughts on “HOME

  1. Does oasis operate in Christchurch as it does here please? I have a friend there struggling and wondered if there may be support for her. I am in the Hutt Valley.
    Also she has convinced herself that she is labelled as having a ‘mental illness’ so will be treated differently. She is on medication. Is this true from what you see in your work?
    Thank you,
    Inez

    • Greetings Inez Conway – Hope you are keeping warm in this weather. Unfortunately we do not have a service in Christchurch, we only provide our services in the Hutt Valley and Wairarapa region. However, we know many good people and organisations In Christchurch that may be able to provide your friend with some support – if you would like this information please feel free to drop by and we can discuss over coffee or give us a call on 5661601\

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