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Our Outreach program deliveries meanful group based programs. Each program is able to be delivery out of locate High Schools or for social services out of our center. Below is just some of the programs we run:
Our breakfast programs operate each week during school terms at three local High Schools. Equipped with our BBQ trailer, we cook cheese toasties or pancakes on site and serve to students (free of charge). The purpose of the program is to provide a breakfast for those that are hungry. While doing so we hope to engage with young people and build relations with the schools as an avenue for other services provided by Oasis.
Tuesdays (Waratah), Thursdays (Newcastle) and Fridays (Lambton). Meeting at Oasis at 7:30am SHARP and returning by 9:15am. If volunteers live close to either of the schools, it may be possible to arrange to meet directly at the site at 8am and finish by 8:45am.
The Salvation Army's Moneycare is a free and confidential financial counselling service for people facing financial difficulties or wanting to avoid financial difficulties in the future. Staff are able to help with a range of issues including budgeting, credit, debt and repossession.
If you would like some assistance please call us on 02 4088 5820.
The Salvation army corp offer a range of support from Pastoral care to feeding programs.
If you require support please calls us on 02 4969 8066.
Streetsafe Salvos is a night-time safety initiative of The Salvation Army in association with the City of Newcastle and the Newcastle Local Area Command of NSW Police. Volunteers from the Salvos head out into the Newcastle city centre and Hamilton on a Saturday night to help young people stay safe and get home safe. Streetsafe Team members positively engage with young people who are out in the city, see how their night is going and hand out water, lollipops and thongs. Teams also assist people to get public transport home, provide them with a safe place to recuperate and can also perform basic first aid or phone an ambulance if required.