The Mosaic Community Trust’s Women’s Well-Being Project seeks to empower women who are socially disadvantaged. As women are usually the primary care givers in the community, we believe that by empowering women we will make a lasting effect on the community at large.
Every Monday (10am-1pm) and Tuesday (9:30am-12pm)
The Mosaic Community Trust is currently offering introductory courses in Ayurvedic Indian Head Massage, training BME women based in Church Street, Westminster, as Indian Head Massage Therapists. The training forms part of the Mosaic Community Trust’s overall aim of addressing the mental health and wellbeing needs of BME residents.
A Psycho-educational Approach to Mental Health and Wellbeing for 50+ BME women living in Church Street
Reducing isolation and social exclusion. Mosaic is running a project to support 50+ women with their mental health and wellbeing. This project, funded by the London Catalyst Hospital Saturday Fund and Westminster City Council Ward Budget Programme, is increasing mental health awareness in the Church Street BME community, in particular the understanding of mental health issues, i.e. causes, signs and symptoms, prevention, reduction, treatment and self management.
Mosaic is running a project which provides tailored emotional wellbeing advice and support to BME women who are experiencing emotional difficulties.
Every Wednesday 10:30-11:30am
Every Wednesday 11:30-12:30 am
Every Tuesday 9:30-1:30 pm
Mosaic Community Trust is currently piloting a rights based ‘Patient Empowerment’ project in Church Street, Westminster, with the aim of improving the health and well-being of 1,500 Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) residents. Results from a recent survey carried out by Mosaic Community Trust have shown that local health services are not being accessed fully by patients resulting in unnecessary visits to A&E services and the likelihood of more complex, intrusive health interventions at a higher cost.
Every Monday 12pm-2pm
Tackling isolation, depression, loneliness. Mosaic is offering a free weekly drop-in service for 50+ women resident in Church Street, NW8. Funded by Westminster City Council, Neighbourhood Keepers Programme, this project offers free health and wellbeing advice and support for 50+ women.
Together with our local partner Hands of Compassion, children from socially disadvantaged backgrounds are trained as Champions to promote key messages within the wider community
Year 6 primary school children from a Christian school in the Westbourne Park area of London, took part in a series of lessons to address religious intolerance.
The Mosaic Community Trust in consultation with the women from different religious backgrounds and religious leaders at St.Paul’s Community Centre and the Westbourne Park Family Centre developed an interfaith women’s group to support the women in the community to come together to build bridges of friendships
The inter-faith theatre/drama project was implemented with the aim that young people from different religious backgrounds
A new project to support mothers of children at Quintin Kynaston school in Westminster has been set up in partnership with the school.
Mosaic’s Way began in two sites; at St. Paul’s Church and Westbourne Park Family Center. Women living in the local vicinity attended the groups with their children and were glad to be able to access a service where they could discuss the issues and stress affecting their lives.
The Mosaic Community Trust organised a creative art, writing and music project. This project was open to Primary School children in the Westbourne area.
The London Borough of Westminster had the highest rate of obese year 6 primary school age children in England in 2010 (NHS Westminster, London Health Observatory, Health and Social care info Centre 2010). Westbourne Ward has 84% of children living in income deprived households which is within the top 2% of the most deprived wards in the country.
The Mosaic Community Trust raises health awareness in North Westminster and has recognized the growing importance of men’s emotional health and well-being. Through its workshops, The Mosaic Community Trust is offering men a safe place where they can be free to share and receive support and feedback from professionals about their mental well-being.
The Mosaic Community Trust was commissioned to deliver the Community Health Champions Programme in Church Street by Central and Westminster NHS Foundation. The role of the Community Health Champions is to increase their communities’ knowledge and understanding of health and well-being and access to local health services.
Mosaic Community Trust has initiated a new project in Nepal in response to the devastating earthquake that hit the country in April 2015. This is the first project that Mosaic has implemented in Nepal in line with its new strategy of expanding overseas. This project is being supported through a generous donation of £5,400 from HCC International Insurance Company PLC.