The Mosaic Healing Center is dedicated to providing psychological and psychosocial support for international survivors of violence and human rights abuses living throughout the Bay Area, who are experiencing the difficulties of coming to a new country and building a new life.
We understand how challenging it can be for newcomers who fled their country due to danger. We are here to provide support and guidance as refugees, asylees, and asylum seekers adjust to their new lives and recover from past experiences. All international survivors of human rights abuses who have fled to the United States for safety are welcome, regardless of immigration or health insurance status. There is no cost for our services.
What We Provide
- Supportive individual meetings to discuss survivors’ concerns
- Family and couple support meetings
- Group support meetings
- Assistance with referrals to other organizations and providers to meet survivors’ different needs (such as for social and community services, health care, legal assistance, language classes, etc.)
- Assistance with navigating the environment
What You May Be Feeling
- Do you feel sad, have many worries, or often feel afraid?
- Do you have difficulty sleeping or getting enough rest?
- Do you feel concerned about your family members or problems in your country?
- Are you worried about your immigration status or your health?
- Do you feel overwhelmed by being in an unfamiliar place?
These difficulties are very common and natural for those who have fled from dangerous situations.
If you are an international human rights abuse survivor and would like to inquire about our Mosaic Healing Center, please email Annika Sridharan at email@example.com or call (510) 343-9026. You may also fill out and submit our referral form below.
If you would like to refer an international human rights abuse survivor to the Mosaic Healing Center, please complete the following confidential Referral Form. We will contact you if needed, and will communicate directly with referred survivors to schedule an initial appointment.
If the survivor being referred is seeking asylum, please ask for their permission to send us their asylum declaration.
Please note that we currently have a waiting list, and it may take several weeks or months before new referrals can be seen. We will contact survivors who are referred as soon as possible to schedule their first appointment, but please let them know of this possible delay.
All information submitted through our referral form will remain confidential and secure.