Brighton Oasis Project was established in 1997 and so we are now entering our 20th year in operation!
During the course of its time, BOP has directly supported thousands of women experiencing problems with drugs or alcohol to address their substance use and make positive changes in their lives. We help women to overcome addiction and maintain their recovery. Our gender-specific model is unique in the UK and women tell us they feel safer and better understood at Oasis than anywhere else.
Young Oasis supports children and young people affected by a family member's drug or alcohol use. Each year we support around 250 children and young people with 1:1 therapy and dedicated projects designed with their needs in mind.
As well as our work in Brighton and Hove, Oasis also delivers support services in Eastbourne and Hastings for those with multiple and complex needs, including substance misuse, problems with housing and mental health issues.
We are confident that our approach to working with vulnerable people works and demand for our services is higher than ever before. So we are we are appealing to our local communities and beyond to support BOP to continue its work for women, children and families in Brighton and East Sussex.
Please help BOP to continue its work for the next 20 years and beyond and donate to our brand new appeal: £20k for 20 years.