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The Hong Kong Jockey Club Community Project Grant: Project Oasis Service / Social Rehab. & Crime Prevention Service
 
Service Overview
 

The Hong Kong Jockey Club Community Project Grant: Project Oasis, funded by the Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust since 2005, is an integrated and collaborative project by the Society and Substance Abuse Assessment Unit (SAAU) of Kwai Chung Hospital. The Project is characterized by joint effort between medical professionals and social workers, aiming at providing substance abusers with short term hospitalized detoxification treatment and comprehensive community based rehabilitative services.

In order to further consolidate the efficacy of treatment, aftercare hostel – Bradbury Oasis Hostel with license under the Drug Dependent Persons Treatment and Rehabilitation Centres (Licensing) Ordinance, provides 16 male placements. Past rehabilitated service users act as peer counsellors to help substance abusers strive for detoxification and abstinence. Those who have rehabilitated well in Bradbury Oasis Hostel but still have residential needs, can apply for short term supportive placement in Chi Lik Oasis Hostel, so as to facilitate their return to independent living in the community.

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Target Service Users
 

- Substance abusers

 
Service Area
 
- All districts
 
Major Tasks
 

In addition to assisting substance abusers in getting rid of drug habit, the Hong Kong Jockey Club Community Project Grant: Project Oasis also helps them achieve their full potential and develop holistically, which can greatly strengthen their endurance in staying away from drugs. In the past year, Hong Kong Jockey Club Community Project Grant: Project Oasis has established many networks and enriched its mode and media of intervention. The Project cooperated with community arts organizations to provide arts training for ex-offenders, who acted as “arts angels” to serve the elderly and other people in the community on a regular basis. We co-organised visits to students of North Guangdong Province with other community volunteers. A group of university students were recruited to write memoirs for elder service users hoping to remind them of the meaning of life. Some service users even started a band, using music as a means, to rediscover new interest in life.

 
Contact
 
Address:207-214, Podium, Mei Shan House, Block 42, Shek Kip Mei Estate, Kowloon
Tel:(852) 2779 5003
Fax: (852) 2788 4673
Email:sup_oasis@sracp.org.hk
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