A support service for survivors and their families whose lives have been affected by sexual abuse. The aim of MOSAIC II is to relieve the mental and physical distress and suffering of families in Bradford and Airedale, West Yorkshire, whose lives have been affected by sexual violence/abuse by the provision of therapeutic, advice and advocacy services and to raise awareness of the issues surrounding such violence/abuse.
MOSAIC II was established in April 2007. There was an organisation previously called Mosaic (West Yorks) based in Bradford offering a similar service. When Mosaic (West Yorks) closed in 2005 due to a lack of funding there were no other organisations offering this specialised support. Two of the workers from Mosaic (West Yorks) Linda Colclough and Natasha Helm got together in April 2007 and began to establish Mosaic II.
MOSAIC II is now an independently funded registered charity. Most of our capital and revenue is funded by the Big Lottery Fund and NHS 3CCG's. We endeavour to offer our clients the service they require from MOSAIC II with the belief that the clients are the experts on their situation.
* To ensure the safety of all clients if anyone has had allegations of sexual offences made against them we are unable to offer them support.