MOSAIC’S DROP-IN SERVICES
Mosaic Community Trust is delivering a drop-in session for 40+ BAME women every Monday from 12-2pm at the Portman Early Childhood Centre.
Our services provide vulnerable and isolated mothers in the local community a safe and friendly space to eceive a therapeutic Indian Head Massage for stress and pain relief.
This service provides an opportunity for different ethnic minorities to come together and share their experiences. Many women have had hard times especially during covid and lockdown with relationship breakdowns, financial struggles, and existing health issues. They felt that coming to the drop-in has helped overcome their worries and fears, through participating in group discussions and receiving emotional well-being support from our trained community advocates.
Our services focus on strengthening families and encouraging social interaction. Mosaic is an advocate of restoring relationships within families, communities, and society. Through delivering Therapeutic Indian Head Massage and Mental wellness training courses we can transform ordinary mothers into empowered, skilful, and confident women in the wider community.
Mosaic hosts regular health and wellbeing workshops led by various health professionals from Imperial College Research. We are also working closely with the local police on strengthening community engagement and helping to rebuild broken relationships between BAME communities and the police, through group discussions and outdoor events.
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