Recovery is possible
HELP FOR VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
OASIS women’s shelter is a Domestic Violence Program for battered women and their dependent children. OASIS addresses the unique needs of victims of domestic violence trapped in the cycle of violence.
Located in Owensboro, Kentucky, and built on the “Empowerment Model”, OASIS provides a safe place for women and their children to escape the trauma and devastation of domestic violence.
The program is divided into five phases:
This phase is for individuals to come out of their crisis situations and become acclimated to the shelter environment. During this phase, basic needs are met.
The goal of the Aftercare Phase is to provide the opportunity and resources to maintain family self-sufficiency through personal responsibility.
For women and their children fleeing an abusive environment. We offer structured individual and group work in a safe and nurturing environment to facilitate change for the individual and family.
A vital link for victims in the community to access services offered by OASIS and others.
Specialized services to enhance the progress achieved during Phase ⅼ.
Did you know?
- 1 in 3 women in the US have been victims of some form of physical violence by an intimate partner within their lifetime.
- 1 in 5 women have been victims of severe physical violence by an intimate partner in their lifetime.
- 1 in 7 women have been stalked by an intimate partner during their lifetime
- Intimate partner violence accounts for 15% of all violent crime
- 19% of domestic violence involves a weapon
- 1 in 15 children are exposed to intimate partner violence each year, and 90% of these children are eyewitnesses to this violence
Services available in the following counties:
- Daviess Co. Non Residential (270) 685-5271
- Daviess (270) 685-0260
- Hancock (270) 298-4485
- Henderson (270) 826-6212
- McLean (270) 298-4485
- Ohio (270) 298-4485
- Union (270) 389-9906
- Webster (270) 639-0010
OR CALL TOLL FREE 1-800-88-ABUSE
OASIS, Inc. does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, religion origin, or disability in employment or the provision of services.
Domestic violence services are funded, in whole or in part from federal and state funds provided by the Cabinet for Health and Family Services through a contract with KDVA.