Phase 1 - Orientation

Phase 1:  Begins when entering the shelter. The purpose of this phase is to allow victims to become acclimated to the shelter environment.

Goal of Phase 1:  To provide the opportunity and resources for victims and their children to escape domestic violence. To provide safe shelter and to ensure basic needs are met.

Services include:

  • Domestic violence education groups
  • Emergency shelter
  • Referrals for substance abuse treatment
  • Individual counseling
  • Crisis intervention
  • Information and referrals
  • Legal advocacies

Phase 2 - Safety & Structure

Phase 2: Offers structured individual and group counseling services in a safe and nurturing environment to facilitate change for the individual and family.

Goal of Phase 2: The goal of Phase I is to provide the opportunity and resources for victims and their children to move from the crisis.

Services include:

  • Emergency Shelter
  • Domestic violence education groups
  • Basic life skill group- parenting, life skills, financial literacy
  • Individual counseling
  • Crisis intervention
  • Information and referrals
  • Advocacy- Legal, Medical, Agency

Phase 3 - Special Services

Phase 3:  Offers specialized services to enhance progress achieved during Phase I.

Goal of Phase 3:  To identity barriers to self-sufficiency and to discover strengths to achieve stability. 

Services include:

  • Housing and employment advocacy
  • Rapid rehousing case management
  • Specialized groups- grief and loss, relationships, spirituality, financial literacy, family dynamics, and creative expressions.
  • Individual counseling
  • Emergency shelter
  • Information and referrals
  • Advocacy- Legal, Medical, Agency

For more information on services and programming provided by OASIS,  please call:

(270) 685-0260 or 1-800-88ABUSE  (1-800-882-2873)