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Sam Walker

Senior Support Worker

Mosaic Clubhouse

HQ Phone:  +44 20 7924 9657

Email: s***@***.org

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Mosaic Clubhouse

65 Effra Road

London, Greater London,SW2 1BZ

United Kingdom

Company Description

Mosaic Clubhouse provides support and opportunities to people living with a mental health condition, plus information and signposting for the wider Lambeth community who may be concerned about their own or others mental health. All our services are delivered...more

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Evening Sanctuary three months on ...

lambethcollaborative.org.uk [cached]

"The thing that struck me the most was the ease in which the peer supporter worked with the sanctuary visitor and how responsive the visitor was to the environment," says Mosaic's Sam Walker, Senior Support Worker of her first referral at the Sanctuary.
"The difference between the visitor from walking in to leaving was startling; on walking in she couldn't look anyone in the eye or even raise her eyes from the ground and spoke in a whisper. Within 2 hours she was making herself a cup of tea, approaching other people in conversation and by the time she decided leave (4hours later and 4 hours before closing) she was standing tall, talking with more confidence and had a plan to continue her recovery. "I later heard that she'd been in the Information hub the next day and gained support to refer herself to the Living Well Network Hub (Lambeth's new front door to mental health services) and had requested to join Mosaic clubhouse," adds Sam who by day is Mosaic's Hospitality and Horticulture Co-ordinator.


Evening Sanctuary three months on …

lambethcollaborative.org.uk [cached]

"The thing that struck me the most was the ease in which the peer supporter worked with the sanctuary visitor and how responsive the visitor was to the environment," says Mosaic's Sam Walker, Senior Support Worker of her first referral at the Sanctuary.
"The difference between the visitor from walking in to leaving was startling; on walking in she couldn't look anyone in the eye or even raise her eyes from the ground and spoke in a whisper. Within 2 hours she was making herself a cup of tea, approaching other people in conversation and by the time she decided leave (4hours later and 4 hours before closing) she was standing tall, talking with more confidence and had a plan to continue her recovery. "I later heard that she'd been in the Information hub the next day and gained support to refer herself to the Living Well Network Hub (Lambeth's new front door to mental health services) and had requested to join Mosaic clubhouse," adds Sam who by day is Mosaic's Hospitality and Horticulture Co-ordinator.


news – Lambeth Collaborative

lambethcollaborative.org.uk [cached]

"The thing that struck me the most was the ease in which the peer supporter worked with the sanctuary visitor and how responsive the visitor was to the environment," says Mosaic's Sam Walker, Senior Support Worker of her first referral at the Sanctuary.
"The difference between the visitor from walking in to leaving was startling; on walking in she couldn't look anyone in the eye or even raise her eyes from the ground and spoke in a whisper. Within 2 hours she was making herself a cup of tea, approaching other people in conversation and by the time she decided leave (4hours later and 4 hours before closing) she was standing tall, talking with more confidence and had a plan to continue her recovery. "I later heard that she'd been in the Information hub the next day and gained support to refer herself to the Living Well Network Hub (Lambeth's new front door to mental health services) and had requested to join Mosaic clubhouse," adds Sam who by day is Mosaic's Hospitality and Horticulture Co-ordinator.


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