News Spotlight Article Links:

July 2022
Hello Woodlands
Mosaics of Mercy to launch database with mental health resources”

Director of Education Sherry Burkhard was interviewed about the upcoming Database & Mosaics of Mercy: 

Mosaics of Mercy was founded by people in the community who personally experienced the difficulties of navigating mental health and addiction related issues for themselves or a family member. They used their personal and professional experiences to initiate change. However, it is the community at large coming together to support a better way for mental health and addiction recovery that has allowed it to grow. Every life in our community matters.


February 2021
USA Today
“Mental Health Professionals are the ones taking care of us:
Who’s taking care of them?”

Executive Director Sherry Burkhard interviewed in news piece about what our community mental health professionals are experiencing:

“We’re helpers, we want to help everyone, we don’t want to turn people away,” Burkhard said. “And so it’s really hard to say, ‘No, I can’t fit anyone else in.’ Or ‘I can’t help financially.”

March 2022
Review It Magazine (The Woodlands, TX)
For the One gala pictures in the Society Scene section, highlighting our mission in the community.

June 2021
Hello Woodlands
Mosaics of Mercy co-sponsor of “International Overdose Awareness Day” (August 31,2021)

March 2021

The Woodlands Community Magazine
“Get Help When you Need it!”

February 2021
Houston Chronicle
“Woodlands officials urge mental health vigilance amid pandemic”

Hello Woodlands
Video interview with Co-Founders Sherry & Paige highlighting Mosaics of Mercy as its Non-Profit of the Month for February

November 2020
Houston Chronicle – Woodlands edition
“Woodlands Mental Health Experts warn of Holiday Woes”

April 2020
Hello Woodlands
“Mosaics of Mercy: A Hub of Hope and Mental Health Resources”

Montgomery County Community Foundation “In The News” blog
“Mosaics of Mercy offers Hope to Cope”

February 2020
Carlton Woods Behind the Gates
“Meet Your Neighbor, Sherry Reuser and the Mosaics of Mercy Team”

November 2018
Your Conroe News
“Nonprofit teaches about mental health, addiction issues through Mosaic Hearts”

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September 2020 
Community Impact – Tomball-Magnolia
“We’ve got to be able to attend to that [trauma]: Tomball, Magnolia ISD emphazise importance of social, emotional learning upon reopening”

May 2020
Community Impact – The Woodlands
“Q&A: Executive director of Mosaics of Mercy in Magnolia talks pandemic’s mental health toll”

April 2020 
Houston Chronicle Villager with Carolyn Robistow
“Villager Q&A: Local mental health expert explains anxiety and how to monitor stress”

April 2019 
Community Impact, Sherry Burkhard Interview
“Suicide-related deaths increase nearly 83% in Montgomery County over a decade, officials target rising numbers”

September 2018 
Community Impact
“Nonprofit Mosaics of Mercy expands Egypt Lane facility in Magnolia”

April 2018
Voyage Magazine (Houston) – Interview with Amy Hauser
“Meet Amy Hauser of Mosaics of Mercy”

Mosaics of Mercy operates 9 am – 4 pm Monday – Friday and is not a call center for crisis situations. If you believe that you or another individual are suffering from a mental health crisis or medical emergency, call 911, contact your doctor immediately, or seek medical attention immediately at the nearest emergency room.

Mosaics of Mercy, Inc. is a charitable organization that provides mental health resources and website links for informational purposes only. The posting by Mosaics of Mercy, Inc. of a website link or a resource does not constitute an endorsement or approval by Mosaics of Mercy of any of the products, services, or opinions of the corporation, organization, or individual referenced. For any questions about the third party content or for further information please contact the external website or organization directly. Mosaics of Mercy, Inc. is not liable for the accuracy of content of any third party websites or for content navigated to via subsequent links. User agrees that use of the Mosaics of Mercy website constitutes an agreement not to hold any Mosaics of Mercy officers, employees, agents or volunteers liable for the information posted on this website. The information is provided “as is” for general information and education only. It should not replace consultation with a doctor or other qualified mental health providers.


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