Refurbishment work carried out at the OASI Residential Treatment and Rehabilitation Unit was inaugurated by Mrs Michelle Muscat and members of the Marigold Team during a recent visit to the premises.
The work of the OASI Foundation was discussed at length during the visit, in particular the therapeutic work which is carried out in the silence of Wied Sara with individuals who seek the Foundation’s services.
OASI said that focus was also made to the attitude the Maltese society has towards recreational drugs, “mainly the false belief that there is no harm in using any kind of drug for recreational purposes as long as one does not make use of heroin – an attitude which is afflicting our current and future generations,” it said.
Mrs Muscat was presented with the findings and recommendations arising form the two conferences on the subject organised by OASI Foundation.
OASI Foundation concluded by saying that it “appreciates the financial investment the Marigold Foundation has done in our Centre as it is a sign of recognition and approval of OASI Foundation’s mission and work.”
Photograph: OASI Foundation