Our mission is to help families navigate mental health and addiction recovery. We serve our community as a hub for mental health resources, education, and hope. Founded by real people, we committed to sharing their stories of hope and healing to benefit others. We believe connection is a remedy to the common experience of feeling isolated, overwhelmed, and alone. Internally and externally, we all experience things that impact our mental well-being. Physical illness, loss, traumatic events, mental health struggles, and substance abuse are a few examples. We can help.
Mosaics of Mercy is a hub for:
Resources: Helping families and professionals navigate and connect to verified resources for mental health and addiction recovery
Education: Creating connections to knowledge about mental health through our Hope Pieced Together podcast, speaking events, social media, and conversation
Hope: Offering stories of hope, prayer, personal connections and our signature mosaic workshops for families and the community, tangibly showing the beauty that can be found in brokenness
By fostering an environment where brokenness can be shared and connections made, we create a sustainable shift to mobilization, empowerment, hope, and healing.
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)
Together we can impact lives…one heart at a time.