Committed to safer and happier lives for the people we help.
If you need to talk to someone about your relationship you can call our helpline - 07926 842183 - which is available Monday - Friday from 9.00am to 5.00pm. We run services throughout East Kent - you can use this site to find local services, help you understand domestic abuse and get help now.
Oasis aspires to a world free from abusive relationships for everyone. We are committed to ensuring that all people affected by domestic abuse can access the support they need appropriately and fairly. Our services are inclusive -irrespective of age, gender, gender identity, disability, ethnicity, religion or orientation, we provide care and support.
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Project Synergy will be the first dedicated service of its kind in Kent and will support families where young people are exhibiting abusive behaviours in the family home, aiming to build better relationships between family members, manage risks and work with young people around their attitudes, behaviours and life experiences.
Margaret had been in Leytonstone House, the large, imposing institution at the top of Leytonstone High Rd for most of her life.
Celebrating Eid was a really good experience for people in the support group and residents at our refuge. To hear about what the celebrations meant and to have a chance to celebrate together, share stories and food really affirmed how valuable diversity is.
A million children in Britain are affected by domestic violence, either as victims or witnesses; we believe that education is the only way of stopping the cycle.
We've been running a weekly support group for residents and ex residents of our refuge for the last 9 years. We thought it was time we let you know what we've been up to!
Our amazing supporters at East Kent College have been very busy lately organizing pamper days, sponsored walks and putting together gift bags. Their effort makes a massive difference to the women and children staying with us.
Our panel gave inspirational talks sharing their experiences, expertise and ideas with a packed audience. The debate had a fantastic feeling of celebration and determination to create a better future for girls.
Volunteers, charities and community groups across Thanet were recognised for their work in the community and it was a pleasure to be surrounded by so many dedicated people.
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Teams of 6 tackle 19 specially-designed obstacles including tunnels, balance beams, the rope walk, water jumps and the tyre wall.
Help raise money for Oasis by signing up to the annual Margate Rotary Swimathon. Teams of 6 swimmers take turns to race a relay for 55 minutes, simple but no mean feat!
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