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Our Services


Consulting, Arts, Training, and Workshops 

Our Community. Our Way.


Our services represent a collaborative partnership between our team and key stakeholders to develop healing, hope, and transformation opportunities.


MOSAIC’S programming unapologetically holds up a mirror to our society, our actions, and our ideals and offers a reflection.

MOSAIC organizes a diverse community of women, femmes, queer, transgender and BIPOC folks together to provide education and foster community.


MOSAIC facilitates training about underserved communities for the US, Students, Non Profit Professionals, and Criminal Legal System Personnel. 

MOSAIC services path leads us as a community towards healing justice through storytelling, poetry, visual arts, and radical self-expression.

Giving a Presentation
Image by Katie Rodriguez


  • The Power of Storytelling

  • Multicultural Centered Approach for BIPOC Survivors of Trauma/Violence

  • LGBTQ Training 

  • Cultural Humility Education

  • Effective Approaches for Advocating for Black Women in the Health Care and Criminal Justice System.

  • Sexual Assault Advocacy and Awareness Training 

  • Human Trafficking Awareness and Intervention 

  • Reproductive Justice 

  • Boundaries, Body Autonomy, and Black Women


  • Pieces of Me Poetry Night/Open Mic Series

  • Activism Art/Healing Circles

  • Resource and Referral Network

  • Public Speaking (Non-partisan, issue-based, and network driven)

  • LGBTQ Friendly Houses of Worship/Faith Based Initiatives


  • Mutual Aid 

  • Survivor Support MeetUps

  • Referrals for Community Members

  • Shelter

  • Emergency Food Assistance

  • Basic Needs Assistance 

  • Utility Assistance 

  • Medical Advocacy

  • Mental Health Advocacy

  • Criminal Legal System Advocacy

  • Holistic Healing and Supportive Advocacy


What Our Clients Say

Veronica Reid

Nicole is an amazing advocate and leader. To see how hard she works has always inspired me to be the leader i desire to be. I’m proud to call her my sister and mentor.

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