Oasis Society

Working together as one, to inspire, empower and reconnect Indigenous people impacted by homelessness.

Oasis Society acknowledges the unceded traditional territories of the Lekwungen peoples of the Songhees and Esquimalt First Nations.

Offering an Indigenous, Integrated Recovery and Holistic Wellness Model

Oasis activities are about a journey to self; a processes of getting to know oneself and one’s own story, finding meaning in that and making healthier choices in response to the newfound strength from within.

Nurture in Nature

Reconnecting with the land to facilitate healing and grounding individuals in ceremony.

Share in Sustenance

Gathering where individuals are welcomed to share a delicious meal together.

Connect with Family

Oasis works to reconnect individuals with the people who love them and may have lost touch.

Street Culture

Bringing Indigenous culture and healing to urban Indigenous persons who are experiencing homelessness.

Celebrate with Community

Bringing together people with experiences of homelessness to meet and create friendships.

About Oasis

The Oasis Society is a not-for-profit urban Indigenous organization.

The Society has been responding to the needs of the community in a unique and personal way since 2006.

We deliver an effective culturally appropriate program to urban Indigenous peoples. The Oasis Society works with vulnerable Indigenous people living on the streets of Victoria and those involved in street life.

Our program of Integrated Recovery and Holistic Wellness is an Indigenous program created to support the cultural health of vulnerable Indigenous men and women who suffer from a variety of challenges including addictions, mental health, homelessness, and other multi-generational impacts of colonization.

Donate Today

Consider donating to Oasis. Your donation will help individuals experiencing or facing homelessness in Victoria.