The OASIS coalition was established in 2004 by a small group of committed community partners who were committed to address youth substance abuse in Stoughton. Since 2004, OASIS has received numerous state and federal grants. Our membership has grown to incorporate many new partners, while maintaining a strong core of founding members. In October 2011, OASIS was granted the 2nd 5-year installment of a federal Drug Free Communities Grant. OASIS is hosted by the Stoughton Youth Commission, a program of the Town of Stoughton.
To work collaboratively to reduce youth substance abuse by: reinforcing healthy community norms; decreasing youth access to alcohol, tobacco and other drugs; and creating sustainable policy changes that will support healthy youth choices.