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About Organisation

Founded in 2007, Mosaic was created to fill the gap in bereavement provision across the county. Prior to this, support for bereaved children and young people was limited as the only support available was from hospices offering support after the death of someone suffering from a long-term illness.

Mosaic support children and young people who have been bereaved of someone special, such as a parent, sibling, friend or a member of their extended family. This includes all causes of death such as long-term illness, sudden death, suicide, murder or road traffic accident.

Our Aims & Mission

To develop a Dorset wide network of specialist bereavement support for all children, young people and their families.

To work collaboratively with other agencies to enable a cohesive framework of support before, during and after the death of someone close.

To create a child centred service which offers a pathway of support for bereaved children, young people and their families.

To provide support for those young people facing the death of a loved one.

What can Mosaic do to help?

Mosaic is here to help young people like you who have experienced the death of someone special. All the people who work for Mosaic have had special training to help them to help you understand how you are feeling.

We usually visit you in your home or at school, wherever you feel the most comfortable. We will tell you about how we can help and find out about how you are feeling.

Children and young people tell us that they often feel lonely and isolated and that it is really helpful to meet others who have had similar experiences. In order to do this we organise Residential Weekends where you can have fun, laugh, cry and make friends.

For more information please get in touch.

01258 837 071
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Coles Lane
Blandford Forum, DT11 0LG
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