News & Media

Visit this page often to stay in touch with the latest news about Mosaic’s programs, services and events and to learn more about what’s going on in the field of behavioral health and substance use treatment.

For questions or additional information about Mosaic, please contact Cindy Eikenberg, Director of Communications, at 410-453-9553, ext. 1186 or at cindy(dot)eikenberg(at)mosaicinc.org.

Read our press release, Mosaic Community Services and Alliance, Inc. To Merge, announcing the July 1, 2016 merger of Mosaic and Alliance.

Building a Lifeline – On March 28, 2016, Jeff Richardson talked with WYPR Maryland Morning host, Tom Hall. Click on the image to visit the Maryland Morning page and hear the interview.

Mosaic thanks WYPR, your NPR News Station, for their sponsorship and support.

 

On February 25, 2016, our executive director, Jeff Richardson, was interviewed by WMAR-ABC 2 News anchor Kelly Swoop in advance of the station’s documentary, Community In Crisis, an in-depth look at the heroin problem across all Maryland communities.

 

Jeff Richardson joins Kim Knight on Maryland Spotlight, to share details about Mosaic’s upcoming event, A Mindfulness Guide for the Frazzled with author and comedian Ruby Wax.

See our spot on Maryland Public Television.

May, 2015

On Friday, May 8, 2015, Mosaic will officially “cut the ribbon” on its new integrated health care center in Baltimore City. Media Alert:  Mosaic Community Services To Open New Integrated Health Care Center in Baltimore City

March, 2015

See our spot focused on Mosaic’s Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) team and other services, featuring our Baltimore City location, in this WMAR-TV spot.

 

January, 2014

In the Baltimore Sun/Catonsville Times, our Executive Director, Jeff Richardson, discussed the anticipated increase in individuals seeking mental health care throughout Maryland. Read the article here.

November, 2014

In the Baltimore Sun/Towson Times, Jeff Richardson talks about the exciting renovations at our North Charles location in Baltimore City. Read the article here.