After completing our long-term residential programs, either at Mirikai or Logan House, you may require some support getting re-settled in the community. We have developed Outreach Accommodation Support and Integrated Services (OASIS) to help make that transition smoother.

As well as supporting our residents, we will also consider community referrals on a case by case basis, depending on bed availability and recent completion of a rehabilitation program.

How can OASIS help?

We will work with you to develop a plan, involving a wide range of support, including:

  • providing supported accommodation based within the Gold Coast area
  • help you access employment
  • help source education and job opportunities
  • provide ongoing counselling and psychological support.

Do I need a referral?

Mirikai and Logan House residents, aged 17 to 35 years, who have completed our long-term residential treatment programs are eligible to apply for support through OASIS and we also consider community referrals.

Is there a cost?

We aim to provide accessible and affordable residential support. You are required to pay some money towards your stay, usually a portion of your Centrelink payment. The amount depends on the type of benefit or payment you receive.

Want more info?

Interested in OASIS? Call us for a chat today on 1300 727 957 or email your enquiry to [email protected]

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