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  • Our next virtual event will be posted here. 

  • Oasis Community is the non-profit featured in the WOOD-TV8 Community Spotlight for the month of December!  See the video here and learn about what we do.

  • There is a new app to check your MI Bridge Card balance. ​

  • Read our Annual Report or latest Newsletter.

  • When you shop online at AmazonSmile we receive a donation. There is no cost to you. 

  • Have bottles and cans for recycling?  Help support Oasis by donating them to us.  Email

  • Donate your Microsoft Rewards points to Oasis through their Give with Bing program

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Our goal is to answer the call of our growing adult disabled population by creating sustainable housing within inclusive neighborhoods throughout West Michigan

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Our Mission Statement​

We are a family-led, non-profit organization that empowers individuals with physical, developmental, and/or intellectual disabilities to create sustainable housing alternatives, social connections and live full lives. 

Our Vision

We see a vision for the future where individuals with disabilities have access to all opportunities of a full life.

What Oasis Community is not...​

  • A governmental agency, Medicaid, or Medicare provider.

  • An adult foster care home, group home, nursing home, or assisted living.

  • An organization who can get your disabled adult child into an adult foster care home, group home, nursing home, or assisted living.

  • We are not providers of CLS staff, independent supports coordinators, home help staff, or healthcare aides.

  • Owners of housing facilities of any type.  We do not offer housing where we can place your disabled family member.

  • We are not a place where a family can drop off their adult disabled child and assume that we will find them a place to live & care for them. 

  • An organization who will take on caregiving, nurturing, and daily responsibilities of your disabled adult child. 

  • In competition with your CMH or Network180 provider.

  • We do not support segregated housing for disabled adults.  We believe strongly in inclusion with non-disabled adults and families.


View the ribbon cutting ceremony at Emerald Flats


Read about Oasis Community of West Michigan and our independent living young adults in the latest issue of ICCF Blueprints