About Us

Oasis Family Resource Center is a 501(c)3, non-profit organization

Oasis Family Resource Center is a 501(c)3, non-profit organization founded in 1984 with the primary purpose of providing shelter to survivors of domestic violence and their children. The agency has grown into a comprehensive shelter and counseling program as well as the owner of a resale store, Second Chance. In 1990 Oasis merged with the Family Resource Center, a parenting education and support program serving Wexford and Missaukee Counties. The Family Resource Center provides services such as educational classes and in-help parenting support. In recent years, services expanded to include counseling for children and sexual assault survivors and support of the effort to end homelessness. Oasis Family Resource Center does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability, sexual orientation or age in the delivery of services. No family is turned away for lack of money; all counseling services are free of charge.

OASIS Family Resource Center

is committed to using an empowerment-based philosophy in its approach to ending domestic and sexual violence. The mission is ‘to strengthen and safeguard the families of Wexford and Missaukee counties.’

The Leadership team provides the vision and operation for the organization with compassion and guidance.

The Board of Director volunteer their time and energy to setting the course for the organization. Board members include: Ria Cunningham, Chair; Flora Gundy, Vice Chair; Julie Finch, Secretary; Corinna Hervey CPA, Treasurer; and members Renee Mahon, Eric Eller, Jeff Mankiewicz, Peter Marinoff, Sarah Meek Girardot, Lisa Jacobson and Andrea Tillman.

Leadership Team

Executive Director

Finance Director

Director of Quality and Compliance

Program Director

Nicole Priebe

Community Impact Director

Annual Report

Financial Information – IRS 990

Impact Report


Working at Oasis Family Resource Center is more than a job, it’s a calling. There is a sense of purposnessess in the work. For complete job listings, criteria and to apply, see Indeed. Here are the openings:

Sexual Assault Therapist

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Get In Touch


Thank you for reaching out. If this is urgent please call our crisis hotline 231-775-7233. If this is an emergency please call 911 for immediate assistance. If you are emailing for non-emergent services related to domestic violence, sexual assault, or parenting support please call



Monday – Friday 8:30am-5:00pm.