We’re here to tell you—and the rest of our community—that you are worthy of being treated with dignity and respect. Your unique, irreplaceable life is valuable. You are important.
OAASIS is growing a community where all people live full, healthy, joyful lives and all relationships are built on respect, consent, and equity.
Child sexual abuse has an impact on the person who was abused, their loved ones, and our community. This impact can shift as people are truly heard, seen, and accompanied. People can find healing after child sexual abuse. This statement isn’t wishful thinking; it’s based on the science of trauma and resiliency, as well as the lived experiences of countless people.
If you or someone you love was sexually abused as a child, help may be available. If your child has been sexually abused, you may want to contact your local child advocacy center, which provides a law enforcement response and resources in a child-friendly setting. If you are an adult who was sexually abused as a child, you may want to contact your local domestic and sexual violence services program, which provides resources whether or not you want to report to law enforcement (if you are a minor or want help for a child who is being sexually abused, then they are legally required to report the abuse to law enforcement).
Learn about child sexual abuse and trauma
It’s estimated that 1 in 4 girls and 1 in 6 boys will be sexually abused. Learn more about child sexual abuse and possible impacts of trauma.
What’s on our minds: supporting survivors & loved ones
A Year of Wonderful (2020 Calendar)
January 10, 2020
Love & Support this Holiday Season
December 11, 2019
Want to talk with a supportive advocate?
October 11, 2019
It’s a lot to hold. So, let’s hold it–together.
August 7, 2019
Join us for an evening with Aishah Shahidah Simmons and NO! The Rape Documentary
May 16, 2019
Join Our Movement!
OAASIS is making an impact not only in the State of Oregon, but nationally! We are honored to collaborate with a growing national movement to end child sex abuse, and are doing our part here in Oregon. We need YOUR help!
If you’d like to join this movement, please provide us with your contact information so that we can keep you informed about what is happening to end child sex abuse in Oregon. We may occasionally call upon you to lend your voice and support when needed. Please stand with us to support survivors and protect children!