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Safeguarding statement

Oasis Community Housing believes that all children, young people and adults, regardless of age, have the right to live a life free from harm, and mistreatment, the right to feel, and to be, safe.

Oasis Community Housing is commited to providing a safe and secure environment where all individuals are protected from abuse and ensuring all staff and services promote this.

Our Safeguarding Adults Policy can be found here.

Oasis Community Housing belives that children are precious and have the right to live a life free from harm, intimidation or fear, and that they have the right to be safe.

Our Child Protection Policy can be found here.

We have a Safegurdaing, Health & Safety Subcommittee that monitors our approach to safegurading. The Safeguarding Lead on our Board is Rev Mark Bryant. if you have any concerns about our governance around safeguarding, these can be addressed to Rev Mark Bryant at safeguarding@oasiscommunityhousing.org