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  • New Faces at Mosaic Georgia

    New Faces at Mosaic Georgia Meet the newest additions to our team! Liliana Jimenez Bilingual Advocacy Specialist Fun Fact: Liliana won the College of Health Sciences Outstanding Student award at
  • Wholeness Collective – A Wellness Program Launch

    Wholeness Collective – A Wellness Program Launch   By: Ashia Gallo, MPA At Mosaic Georgia, we play a very sensitive role in the lives of the clients we support. From
  • Marina’s Interview with CFNEG

    Marina's Interview with CFNEG   Check out a Q & A with Mosaic Georgia Executive Director, Marina Peed. Marina talks about the services that Mosaic Georgia offers, the future of
  • Mosaic Georgia on the Radio

    Mosaic Georgia on the Radio   Mosaic Georgia leaders sat down with Business Radio X to talk through the services that we offer to the community and who it is
  • Teal Ribbon

    Why Awareness Matters

    Why Awareness Matters   “I’ve learned throughout the years that no one wants to talk about what I do for a living. Getting folks energized about sexual violence prevention is
  • People Helping People: A Daily Dose of Courage

    People Helping People: A Daily Dose of Courage   Courage: the ability to undertake an overwhelming difficulty or pain despite the unavoidable presence of fear. What’s a kid to do?
  • The Bigger Picture of Recovery: Working with CSEC Clients 

    The Bigger Picture of Recovery: Working with CSEC Clients    Spring is in the air and Mosaic Georgia is ready! The weather is gradually warming up. COVID-19 vaccines are rolling
  • Why are Sexual Assaults Under-Reported?

    Why are Sexual Assaults Under-Reported?   Most people will call the police if someone breaks into their home or steals something from their vehicle. Yet this is not the first
  • 2021, Here We Come!

    2021, Here We Come!   Out with the old, in with the new! As ~tragic~ as it was to say goodbye to 2020 (yes, we are being sarcastic), 2021 is
  • A Brighter Future During Uncertain Times

    A Brighter Future During Uncertain Times   Dear supporters, community partners and beloved clients, past and present,  Hello! As we enter the 5th month of COVID-19 in our midst, the
  • Introducing the Crisis Support and Empowerment Fund!

    Introducing the Crisis Support and Empowerment Fund!   Is 2020 over yet? Between the COVID-19 pandemic and community consciousness movements surrounding violence against black and brown people that have shaken
  • Our 24-Hour Crisis Line

    Our 24-Hour Crisis Line   Survivors of sexual assault may experience many different emotions after the incident. Each individual processes and responds to the trauma differently. Often there is the
  • Solutions for Survivors/Victims of Crimes: the Criminal Justice System, Civil Legal Remedies, and Non-legal Assistance

    Solutions for Survivors/Victims of Crimes: the Criminal Justice System, Civil Legal Remedies, and Non-legal Assistance   Helpful responses to sexual assault and sexual abuse can take many forms. The criminal
  • What is Volunteering?

    What is Volunteering? By: Raheela, Administrative Volunteer   Essentially, it is donating your time and energy to help an individual or organization. Personally, I believe it is one of the
  • Change Happens Here

    Change Happens Here By: Marina Peed My kids will tell you that I like to discuss uncomfortable topics. The best way to address a problem is to push past the
  • A Daily Dose of Courage

    A Daily Dose of Courage   Courage: the ability to undertake an overwhelming difficulty or pain despite the unavoidable presence of fear. What’s a kid to do? We tell children
  • Did You Know?

    Did You Know?   Did you know that in America every 92 seconds someone is sexually assaulted? Or that people between ages 12 and 24 are at higher risk for
  • 2018 Year in Review

    Mosaic Georgia experienced major growth and changes in 2018. In one year, we have undergone a name change, increased in staff size, and have increased the amount of services provided.
  • Why Don’t They Report?

    Some people who have not experienced personal violence wonder aloud “Why don’t they report it?” A careful look at how society reacts to reported sex crimes may provide some clues.
  • SAFETY

    We provide a caring environment where victims of sexual assault are provided services and resources to regain safety and security in their lives.
  • HEALTH

    We help to restore wholeness through our nurturing staff and by connecting those affected by sexual assault with support groups and counseling services.
  • JUSTICE

    In times of crisis, Mosaic Georgia helps to take away the confusion of the criminal justice system by providing legal advocacy on civil matters arising from sexual assault.
  • Why are Sexual Assaults Under-Reported?

    Why are Sexual Assaults Under-Reported?   Most people will call the police if someone breaks into their home or steals something from their vehicle. Yet this is not the first
  • 2021, Here We Come!

    2021, Here We Come!   Out with the old, in with the new! As ~tragic~ as it was to say goodbye to 2020 (yes, we are being sarcastic), 2021 is
  • A Brighter Future During Uncertain Times

    A Brighter Future During Uncertain Times   Dear supporters, community partners and beloved clients, past and present,  Hello! As we enter the 5th month of COVID-19 in our midst, the
  • Introducing the Crisis Support and Empowerment Fund!

    Introducing the Crisis Support and Empowerment Fund!   Is 2020 over yet? Between the COVID-19 pandemic and community consciousness movements surrounding violence against black and brown people that have shaken
  • Our 24-Hour Crisis Line

    Our 24-Hour Crisis Line   Survivors of sexual assault may experience many different emotions after the incident. Each individual processes and responds to the trauma differently. Often there is the
  • What is Volunteering?

    What is Volunteering? By: Raheela, Administrative Volunteer   Essentially, it is donating your time and energy to help an individual or organization. Personally, I believe it is one of the
  • Change Happens Here

    Change Happens Here By: Marina Peed My kids will tell you that I like to discuss uncomfortable topics. The best way to address a problem is to push past the
  • A Daily Dose of Courage

    A Daily Dose of Courage   Courage: the ability to undertake an overwhelming difficulty or pain despite the unavoidable presence of fear. What’s a kid to do? We tell children
  • Did You Know?

    Did You Know?   Did you know that in America every 92 seconds someone is sexually assaulted? Or that people between ages 12 and 24 are at higher risk for
  • SAFETY

    We provide a caring environment where victims of sexual assault are provided services and resources to regain safety and security in their lives.
  • Wholeness Collective – A Wellness Program Launch

    Wholeness Collective – A Wellness Program Launch   By: Ashia Gallo, MPA At Mosaic Georgia, we play a very sensitive role in the lives of the clients we support. From
  • Why are Sexual Assaults Under-Reported?

    Why are Sexual Assaults Under-Reported?   Most people will call the police if someone breaks into their home or steals something from their vehicle. Yet this is not the first
  • 2021, Here We Come!

    2021, Here We Come!   Out with the old, in with the new! As ~tragic~ as it was to say goodbye to 2020 (yes, we are being sarcastic), 2021 is
  • A Brighter Future During Uncertain Times

    A Brighter Future During Uncertain Times   Dear supporters, community partners and beloved clients, past and present,  Hello! As we enter the 5th month of COVID-19 in our midst, the
  • Introducing the Crisis Support and Empowerment Fund!

    Introducing the Crisis Support and Empowerment Fund!   Is 2020 over yet? Between the COVID-19 pandemic and community consciousness movements surrounding violence against black and brown people that have shaken
  • Our 24-Hour Crisis Line

    Our 24-Hour Crisis Line   Survivors of sexual assault may experience many different emotions after the incident. Each individual processes and responds to the trauma differently. Often there is the
  • Did You Know?

    Did You Know?   Did you know that in America every 92 seconds someone is sexually assaulted? Or that people between ages 12 and 24 are at higher risk for
  • HEALTH

    We help to restore wholeness through our nurturing staff and by connecting those affected by sexual assault with support groups and counseling services.
  • New Faces at Mosaic Georgia

    New Faces at Mosaic Georgia Meet the newest additions to our team! Liliana Jimenez Bilingual Advocacy Specialist Fun Fact: Liliana won the College of Health Sciences Outstanding Student award at
  • Why are Sexual Assaults Under-Reported?

    Why are Sexual Assaults Under-Reported?   Most people will call the police if someone breaks into their home or steals something from their vehicle. Yet this is not the first
  • 2021, Here We Come!

    2021, Here We Come!   Out with the old, in with the new! As ~tragic~ as it was to say goodbye to 2020 (yes, we are being sarcastic), 2021 is
  • A Brighter Future During Uncertain Times

    A Brighter Future During Uncertain Times   Dear supporters, community partners and beloved clients, past and present,  Hello! As we enter the 5th month of COVID-19 in our midst, the
  • Introducing the Crisis Support and Empowerment Fund!

    Introducing the Crisis Support and Empowerment Fund!   Is 2020 over yet? Between the COVID-19 pandemic and community consciousness movements surrounding violence against black and brown people that have shaken
  • Our 24-Hour Crisis Line

    Our 24-Hour Crisis Line   Survivors of sexual assault may experience many different emotions after the incident. Each individual processes and responds to the trauma differently. Often there is the
  • Solutions for Survivors/Victims of Crimes: the Criminal Justice System, Civil Legal Remedies, and Non-legal Assistance

    Solutions for Survivors/Victims of Crimes: the Criminal Justice System, Civil Legal Remedies, and Non-legal Assistance   Helpful responses to sexual assault and sexual abuse can take many forms. The criminal
  • A Daily Dose of Courage

    A Daily Dose of Courage   Courage: the ability to undertake an overwhelming difficulty or pain despite the unavoidable presence of fear. What’s a kid to do? We tell children
  • Did You Know?

    Did You Know?   Did you know that in America every 92 seconds someone is sexually assaulted? Or that people between ages 12 and 24 are at higher risk for
  • Why Don’t They Report?

    Some people who have not experienced personal violence wonder aloud “Why don’t they report it?” A careful look at how society reacts to reported sex crimes may provide some clues.
  • Mosaic Georgia on the Radio

    Mosaic Georgia on the Radio

    Mosaic Georgia on the Radio   Mosaic Georgia leaders sat down with Business Radio X to talk through the services that we offer to the community and who it is
  • Marina’s Interview with CFNEG

    Marina’s Interview with CFNEG

    Marina's Interview with CFNEG   Check out a Q & A with Mosaic Georgia Executive Director, Marina Peed. Marina talks about the services that Mosaic Georgia offers, the future of