Mosaic Family Services provides comprehensive and culturally sensitive services to all of our clients. Our highly trained, professional and passionate staff assists all survivors of human rights abuses through support services, education, and community resources. Our goal is to aid all of our clients in their mission to achieve independence and self-sufficiency. To learn more about a specific service or program, click on the link of the service or program and you will be redirected to that page:
The Multicultural Legal Services Department provides free immigration and family law services for immigrant victims of human rights abuses. Our staff of highly trained legal professionals is available to aid and empower survivors of human trafficking and domestic violence in gaining valuable independence.
Our shelter is the only program in North Texas that serves the needs of multicultural women and children who have been affected by domestic violence and/or human trafficking. Mosaic House provides emergency housing, comprehensive client advocacy, counseling, legal representation and other opportunities to help survivors rebuild their new lives. In 2015, Mosaic House will become a safe haven for hundreds of women and children.
Our Counseling Department offers a culturally-sensitive counseling model that meets the unique needs of international survivors of domestic violence, immigrants, refugees and survivors of human trafficking. Special emphasis is placed upon women and children, as well as community referrals within the Dallas/Fort Worth and surrounding areas.
Our multilingual client advocates serve as interpreters and advocates, connecting clients to all of the services and resources they need to rebuild their lives. From teaching clients how to ride the bus, to discussing positive discipline techniques with parents, client advocates provide one-on-one education to survivors in their native language to help them gain the knowledge needed to lead healthy, self-sufficient lives.
The Multicultural Youth Substance Abuse Prevention Program seeks to prevent substance abuse by building positive attitudes, values, behaviors and skills for at-risk refugee and immigrant youth. We provide life skills classes utilizing evidence-based curricula, presentations appropriate for youth and adult community members, education on healthy activities and community outreach.