Oasis Network Transitional Housing
Oasis provides Transitional Housing in central Naenae in Lower Hutt.
This is not a drug or alcohol rehabilitation centre.
It is available to everyone experiencing homelessness and not just those with a mental illness.
Residents can stay for up to three months while our Housing Advocate works alongside them to secure sustainable, long-term accommodation.
Currently our accommodation is available to single men but we continue to work with other agencies so we can offer this to other groups too.
About Oasis Network Transitional Housing
The Hillary Court facility is a newly renovated complex in central Naenae.
⇒ Fifteen fully furnished single and double rooms
⇒ Large open dining / living spaces on each floor
⇒ Large flat screen TV in each living space
⇒ Fully equipped kitchen
⇒ Showers and toilets on each floor
⇒ Laundry facilities on each floor
⇒ Supergrans support for learning to cook and budget
Who can be a resident?
Single men who:
⇒ Have no, low to medium mental Health and/or addiction
⇒ Need emergency accommodation
⇒ Are committed to finding permanent housing
⇒ Do not require supported accommodation
⇒ Can co-exist with others
⇒ Have no serious physical impairments as there is no lift access
Accessing Housing: How do men apply to be residents?
As referrals are from MSD in the first instance, applicants should approach WINZ to ask for emergency housing. As a secondary option we will work with other community agencies, government agencies and DHB services.
Housing Coordinator: Bevan Shaw
Responsible for the day to day operation of the complex.
Mobile 027 555-0225
Housing Advocate: Kathy Douds
Supporting residents to access suitable, long-term accommodation
Mobile 027 555-0972