Who is Eligible
Victims of abuse (verbal, physicial, emotional or sexual) and their children may receive services during any part of the cycle of violence. Emergency shelter is available 24 hours a day.
OASIS provides domestic violence services to the counties of: Daviess, Hancock, Henderson, McLean, Ohio, Union and Webster.
For more information on services and programming provided by OASIS, please call: (270) 685-0260 or 1-800-88ABUSE (1-800-882-2873)
What to bring and NOT to bring:
We recognize the stress and anxiety involved in coming to OASIS, whether it’s to escape domestic violence or to enter treatment. This is why we aim to make your transition as easy as possible by providing a few tips:
The following items ARE allowed at Oasis:
- All personal documents, such as identification, birth certificate, social security card, or any other important papers.
- Medications for yourself and children.
- Clothing. Please be advised that space is limited at OASIS; therefore, we ask that you bring no more than seven changes of clothing for you and each of your children. Laundry facilities are available on-site.
- Personal toiletry items. If you do not have any or cannot bring any with you, OASIS will provide personal care items upon admission and throughout stay in program.
- Televisions may be brought to OASIS only if they are small in size and can be carried up a flight of stairs with no help. You are also welcome to bring a DVD player/VCR.
- Beverages are allowed in the building, but may be stored only in designated areas.
The following items ARE NOT allowed at Oasis:
- Liquid items containing alcohol in the ingredient list. Please look on bottles of perfume, hair products, and other liquids to insure alcohol is not listed as an ingredient. The only exception is “Alcohol denat.”, or denatured alcohol, which is acceptable. Non-liquid items containing forms of alcohol, such as lotions, are acceptable.
- Aerosol cans (shaving cream, cans of hairspray, cleaning products, air fresheners, etc.)
- Food items (OASIS provides three daily meals and maintains a snack bar).
- Weapons (guns, knives, etc.)
- Toys which resemble weapons (toy guns, water guns, plastic swords, etc.)
- Clothing or other materials depicting violence, drug paraphernalia, or obscenities.
- Energy Drinks
- Linens (pillows, blankets, comforters, etc.)
- It is not recommended to bring valuables or large amounts of money. A safe (accessible only by staff) is available on site for those wishing to keep money in secure location.