Oasis Program is a 16 bed Intensive Residential Treatment Service (IRTS).
At Oasis Program treatment activities are based on researched and proven
Core treatment includes:
- Medication administration and management
- Illness management and recovery skills
- Living skills development
- Integrated dual diagnosis treatment
- Crisis assistance
- Nursing services’ inter-agency case coordination
- Participant transition and discharge planning
Other services include regularly scheduled social/recreation activities.
provided by a professional staff trained in evidence-based practices. The overall
goal is for individuals to develop the recovery skills and supports to live as
independently as possible in the community.
In House Groups
Oasis Program has in house groups that individuals are expected to participate in
during their stay.
- Illness Management and Recovery
- Stress Management
- Life Skills
- Social Skills Group
- Physical Health and Wellness
- Independent Living Skills
- Chemical Health group
- Resident Council
- House Meeting
- and Recreational activities
Oasis Program is licensed by the Minnesota Department of Human Services as an
Intensive Residential Treatment Service and by the Minnesota Department of Health
as a Supervised Living Facility.
For placement, persons must be 18 years of age or
older. They must have had a physical examination within 30 days of admission and
have a current psychiatric diagnosis.
Length of Stay
Length of Stay is 90 days, and approval
beyond 90 days has to be authorized by Department of Human Services or the assigned
public health plan. Individuals are also responsible to pay monthly room and
Oasis Program is located on an acre of wooded grounds in Golden Valley, Minnesota.
Public bus transportation is available in addition to a shopping mall, library, and local park.
Referrals can be made by contacting:
Hugh Aylward MA LP
Phone: (763) 544-1447
Records can be faxed (763) 544-0833; past history, diagnosis, medications, and other information.
Interviews & Waiting Lists
Face-to face interviews are conducted with the individual prior to placement on the waiting list.
Interested parties can call to check on waiting lists and availablility.