Oasis is a charity that works to support people who have been affected by domestic abuse.

On this site you will find: how to get help if you've experienced abuse, details of services that you can use, advice on keeping safe, information about abuse, and the answers to the questions we're often asked, more about our work and our ethos as well as information about how you can support us.

Grow Your Tenner!

This month any donation made via local giving will be matched by up to £10 - it's a great way to make your donation go further and support families living in Oasis refuges.

Oasis Stories

Since opening a refuge in 1994, we have supported thousands of people through our services. Here are some of their stories.

From the start of the relationship there were warning signs, like him isolating me from my friends and family, and controlling money.

From the start of the relationship there were warning signs, like him isolating me from my friends and family, and controlling money.

Sam struggled to control his anger, still affected by the abuse he witnessed at home.

Sam struggled to control his anger, still affected by the abuse he witnessed at home.

He attempted to put a tracking device on my phone to find me – luckily the team at Oasis spotted it and prevented it from working.

He attempted to put a tracking device on my phone to find me – luckily the team at Oasis spotted it and prevented it from working.

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The Oasis Shop

Our shop, now based in Cliftonville, has a boutique feel - we have stocked our rails with a fantastic mix of high street brands and designer offerings, from this seasons trends to a bit of retro chic, new and used. 

We rely on your support - by donating things that you no longer wear or use, you can help raise money for victims of abuse. 

You are welcome to drop off donations at the shop during our opening hours or if you can't get to us, we can arrange for one of our team to collect from you. See more about the shop here.

 

 

Equality & Diversity at Oasis

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 or orientation, disability, ethnicity, religion, we can provide care and support.

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