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Oasis Youth Care Programs

Site: Oakville

Service: Transitional Support Services for Youth

Contact Information

Office Phone 905-901-4949
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Primary Contact Grace Udodong, Executive Director; Phone: 647-785-5398; Email:
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Agency Information

Description (Agency) A registered charity providing transitional support services in housing and life coaching to vulnerable and racialized youth aging out, or recently aged out of the Child Protection system in the Halton/Peel region of Ontario
Legal Status (50) Non Profit
Funding Regional / Municipal - Region of Halton ; Federal ; Donations ; Foundation - Black Opportunities Fund

Description and Service Details

Description (Service) Provides transitional support services in Housing, Life Coaching, Life Skills Training and Mentoring, to vulnerable and racialized youth aging out, or recently aged out of the child protection and foster care system 
The Oasis House is a spacious house, in an accessible location in the North-West end of Oakville, serving mostly black male youth (18-21yrs) from the Halton/Peel Region 
* provide safe, stable accommodation and wrap-around support services to youth, so they can overcome barriers, thrive and transition successfully into independent adult living 
* program model adheres to the Foyer Housing Model 
* support youth to navigate and access community resources for education, employment, health and appropriate financial support 
* Life Skills training to strengthen capacity to live independently 
* designed to duplicate a healthy, supportive family environment 
* engages a strength-based approach in building individual capacity for success
Hours Office: Mon-Fri 9:30 am-6:30 pm
Areas Served Halton Region ; Peel Region
Eligibility Ages: 18 year(s) - 25 year(s) 
Aging out or recently aged out of home, foster care and/or youth justice systems and facing the risks of homelessness 
* service is culturally responsive and focused on Black racialized youth
Application To refer a youth, call the office or visit 
To volunteer, email or visit
Languages English
Fees Program - program fee ; Service - subsidized rent

Site Information

Located In Community Oakville
Address & Map
1255 Gainsborough Dr
Oakville, ON L6H 2H5
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Intersection Eighth Ln and Grand Blvd
Physical Access Partially Accessible - back door wheel chair accessible

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