Housing at No.3
Oasis Housing at No.3 houses up to 16 at-risk young women. Since its opening in 1990, over 350 young people have been safely housed with us.
Most of our residents have been made homeless because of a family conflict or breakdown. Many are trapped in difficult or troubled situations. Staff at No.3 give holistic, personalised support to each resident, helping them to identify what the things which are holding them back
Through one-to-one key work sessions, each resident is supported to find employment, higher education or training. Staff are on hand to help residents build their physical and emotional health. We also help residents to develop key life skills such as cooking and cleaning, staying safe, managing their money, and making a positive contribution to the project and to the wider community.
The level of support received means that even after residents move on, Oasis Housing No.3 continues to play an important role in their lives, with many ex-residents continuing to stay in touch with the project.