DisclaimerOASI Foundation is not against the person who uses any kind of psychoactive substances.OASI Foundation does not agree with the use of any psychoactive substances for the socialization, relaxation or feel-good purposes.OASI Foundation has been promoting healthy and natural approaches and methods to gain satisfaction, relaxation and long-term life enjoyment rather than reverting to drugs… Read more »
Posts Tagged: Sports
Chris Bonnici from the Primary Prevention Team was recently interviewed by Newsbook about OASI’s work in the community, the basis of the treatment for addiction offered, and how the pandemic has affected the Foundation and those who seek its help. You can watch the interview on Newsbook.
The OASI Foundation would like to thank the Malta Football Association for their kind donation through the Football for Life initiative. This program distributes a number of donations to NGOs working with people in need in different sectors each year, with OASI being one of this year’s chosen recipients.OASI is in agreement with the MFA that… Read more »
Jump For Life & Gostra – End of the Year Challenge. This even was the idea of a drug addict who has started his recovery process to rehabilitation 18 years ago at OASI. The idea behind this event is to serve as an encouragement to persons who feel the need to change and ask for… Read more »
Zumba and Aerobics sessions were held at Villa Rundle Gardens, Victoria, in aid of the OASI FoundationThe Foundation invited the public to join in for this fun, fitness charity event, including a Zumba class and a fitness class run by Leo from the Ben Hersey’s Fitness Club of Ghajnsielem. Press Coverage:Gozo NewsGozo NewsTimes of Malta
On the 30th June, the OASI Foundation organised the first edition of the Aqua FunDay. The idea behind this event is to promote a healthy lifestyle outdoors. Furthermore, sport is a scientifically proven tool to prevent substance abuse.During the fun-filled morning, various activities were held such as yoga, aqua aerobics, watersports activities, waterpolo tournament, open… Read more »
The Bern Hersey’s Fitness Club organised a special class at the Sacred Heart Seminary Fitness Centre in aid of the OASI Foundation. More than 80 people attended the one-hour session, during which they were given fitness intelligence guidelines by Leo. The aim of the activity is in line with the OASI Foundation’s preventive approach: sport and… Read more »