Oasis Project launches fundraising drive during National Children of Alcoholics Week

Specialist substance misuse charity, Oasis Project, is running a Just Giving fundraising campaign to support its unique therapeutic services for children and young people affected by a parent or family member’s substance misuse within Brighton & Hove and East Sussex.

Children of Alcoholics Awareness Week (9-15 Feb 2020) aims to raise awareness nationally of the needs and vulnerabilities of children affected by parental alcohol addiction. Oasis project will be sharing stories of its work, highlighting the need for dedicated services such as Young Oasis.

Young Oasis provides long term, individual therapy to young people aged between 5 and 18 years who are affected by a parent of family member’s substance misuse. Parental control misuse can have significant impact on children. Whilst alcohol misuse can affect all sections of society. Oasis Project offers engaging therapy for children and young people to give them a sense of positivity and feel more able to respond to adversity than when they began. This support relies on generous support from donors and foundations to keep going and we’re are fully behind them!

To donate to the fundraiser and to keep this amazing support going: https://www.justgiving.com/campaign/Oasis-CoA-Campaign