Integrated recovery and lasting healing for Indigenous people affected by inter-generational trauma.
Working together as one, to inspire, empower and reconnect Indigenous people impacted by homelessness.
Our program of Integrated Recovery and Holistic Wellness is an Indigenous program created to support the spiritual health of vulnerable Indigenous men and women who suffer from a variety of challenges including addictions, mental health, homelessness, and other multi-generational impacts of colonization. Read more on our four quadrants of programming here.
For the Oasis Society, the vision of integrated recovery speaks to the efforts needed to confront the dis-integration that has happened to families and cultural systems since the time of contact. In our understanding, integrated recovery means more than being free of substance abuse, it means there is a meaningful integration into community, family, and culture.
At the Oasis, we believe this is made possible through spiritual practices that open us up to the oasis of strength within that makes what previously seemed impossible become possible. When recovery is integrated, the healing that happens for the individual and extended family can be lasting and holistic – a healing of body, mind and spirit.