You can view it online here. Page 7.
Wellington Police have set up a working group with local support agencies to help spread the message that sexual assault complaints from sex workers will be taken seriously.
That group is the Sex Workers Advisory Group (SWAG). To see the Stuff article and video on SWAG, click here.
Up until now, MOSAIC has been a purely Peer-Support facilitated service. We're thrilled to share that we will also now be offering a clinical counselling service.
This service will comprise both male and female counsellors. So far we have 4 counsellors available. Please get in touch with us if you would like to meet with one of our counsellors.
If you are a counsellor and would like to know more about working with MOSAIC, jump over to our Vacancies page.
After a vigorous recruitment drive, we have a great Crisis Support team. Our Crisis Support Volunteers will be working in our Wellington office and assisting us with the front-line management of our Confidential Listening Service.
Our Crisis Support team members go through a comprehensive 5-week in-house training programme. All our crew also attend the 'Dealing with Disclosures' workshop run by our friends at the Sexual Abuse Prevention Network (SAPN). Anyone can sign-up for our free training - just get in touch.
We also have fantastic volunteers assisting us with Treasurer, Marketing, Graphic Design and IT needs. Thanks Guys! We''l be introducing these key people to you all soon.
We are really pleased to announce that we have opened a MOSAIC office in Porirua. We've hired a fantastic Pasifika Peer Support worker for the role. This is an exciting development for our service.
We're equally thrilled to announce that we also now have a MOSAIC service operating in Masterton. A huge thanks to funding from Lotteries who have made this possible for us! If you have any enquiries about our service in Porirua or the Wairarapa, please contact us.