Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Another Amazing Testimonial of Love & Healing at Oasis

July 21, 2010

Dearest Jim and ALL staff,

Nine months ago my mother can to you with absolutely no desire to live, no self worth, and a debilitating disease eating away at her soul. She was hesitant at first to complete even thirty days of treatment, but over the months something changed. She slowly began sounding more positive and in control. I knew the Oasis had to be doing something right.

The first time I came down South to visit my mom in treatment I was anxious to say the least. The last memory I had of her was in the hospital, incubated. Upon our arrival, my Grandmother and I were welcomed with hugs and the utmost hospitality. We were invited to some wonderful meetings and I was able to complete a process with my mom. Each visit we made after that held same warm welcome. And every time we came, my mom was happier and healthier.

Now, my mom is home and doing SO well! She has been adjusting to life with the most amazing attitude, and has that "Spirit" that my family and I missed SO much. Her hard work got her to this new place, but also the support from you and everyone at Oasis who care so much! I want to thank you from the deepest part of my heart for helping save my mothers life. I can't express how thankful I am to have her back. I hope you know how admirable you all are and that you touch lives... Thank you so very much... Hope my mom and I can come visit soon.

Danielle Jennings

Thursday, July 15, 2010

Oasis Treatment featured on Oprah

Oasis has been featured many times on A & Intervention, in addition to being featured on Oprah.

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Thursday, July 1, 2010

Oasis Treatment Center Testimonials...

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August 2006

Dear Jim,

Last night the process with Becky was a very powerful and exhilarating experience. I was afraid she was going to choose going home after only two weeks. I truly believe that the reason for her decision to stay for two more weeks was directly related to theLord working through you. I have never met a man so dedicated to his work and thus his patients/clients as you. It was truly a bit of Divine intervention when I called Mr. Mercer and he introduced me to you. You were quick to return my call, even though your plate must have been running over with all that you have to do coupled with getting ready for a well earned vacation.

Our telephone conversation was most enlightening and right to the point. Jim, there is no way I can thank you for all your efforts and the efforts of Lindley, David and the rest of your staff. They are superb, world class, over the top and besides that they are darn good. The Good Lord too inspires them.

I know there are no guarantees in this business, but at least Becky is not taking off the cast after 12 days. I am praying that God will continue to guide her during her recovery. We'll take it a day at a time.

I look forward to working with you and Becky as she progresses. Thank you from the bottom of my heart. I now see a path to regaining a beautiful daughter. Feel free to share this with Becky and be sure to tell her I love her very much and I am very proud of her decision. We will take good care of her kids as she regains her health.

Thank you (this just doesn't adequately express my feeling towards you & your staff.)

Mike H."