Our vision is a united community mobilized to make a difference in their own lives and the lives of others through a renewed and compassionate mindset toward mental well-being.
Our mission is to help members of our community navigate mental health and addiction recovery. We were founded by individuals in our community with personal and professional experience. We have created what we wish had existed in our time of need.
In our community, there are families with mental health and addiction struggles. There are also resources for these struggles. But there has been a gap between the two, preventing people from making a connection. Mosaics of Mercy is building a bridge over the gap in our community.
As an organization Mosaics of Mercy was founded on and upholds the following Core Values:
THIS WEBSITE: Local mental health resources verified by Mosaics of Mercy including counselors, support groups, hospitals, treatment centers, etc. are divided into categories for your review.
FAMILY NAVIGATORS: Mental health professionals are available Monday – Friday 9 am – 4 pm. We help you identify resources that are a fit for your specific situation including availability and financial considerations. You can contact us through this web site or 346-703-0051 for this free service.
We are NOT a crisis 24/7 line but those contacts are listed HERE on our web site.
PODCAST: Our Hope Pieced Together podcast is available HERE on this website, iTunes, and all major podcast platforms. This podcast has educational interviews with local mental health resources and shares stories of hope around mental health.
Mosaics of Mercy started meeting in the garage of one of our founders in Spring 2016. We would gather together, make mosaics, and share our own unique journeys impacted by mental health struggles and addiction. From our discussions, we knew not having the connections led to people feeling lost and alone. We desired to be the change. We now have our own four walls, but the heart and spirit of Mosaics of Mercy is something that extends beyond a physical structure.
“All praise to God, Father of our Lord Jesus Christ. God is our merciful Father and the source of all comfort. He comforts us in all our troubles so that we can comfort others. When they are troubled, we will be able to give them the same comfort God has given us.”
2 Corinthians 1:3-4 (New Living Translation)