We know that therapeutic community groups are one of the most effective ways to people to deal with trauma and recovery. However, most of them are geared to adults. However, teens are also highly affected by the trauma of losing a loved one…be that a parent, relative or a friend…and there are very few places for them to be able to process their grief.

Mosaic’s Teen Grief Support Group, led by a licensed mental health counselor who specializes in working with teens, provides a safe and supportive environment where teens grieving the death of a friend or a family member can share their experiences with others facing the same feelings of loss.

Whether the loss was recent or further in the past, this group is designed to help young people to deal with the grief of losing someone they love.

Meets: Monday Nights, 7:00 – 8:00pm
Starts: September 14th – October 12th
Location: Mosaic Winter Garden Campus
Leader: Netta Gentry (LHMC)
*This group is for 9th – 12th graders. 

If you are unable to meet in-person and are looking for an online alternative or you have any other questions regarding this group, please feel free to reach out to our Counseling & Recovery Director, Deb


We are so excited to be offer gatherings, studies, groups & counseling this Fall, both online and in-person.  In order for us to care best for one another, we ask that you read the following health and safety guidelines we have in place for visiting our Mosaic Winter Garden campus.

Please Follow These Safety Measures:

  • Wear a Face Covering
    3 years and older.
  • Cover Mouth & Nose
    When coughing or sneezing
  • Social Distancing
    Maintain physical distancing of 6′ or more.
  • Wash Your Hands
    Wash often with soap & water or alcohol-based sanitizer and avoid touching your face.
  • Stay Home If…
    You or anyone in your household has felt unwell, has had a temperature of 100.4 or higher in the last 48 hours, or have come in contact with anyone confirmed to have COVID-19 in the past 14 days.
  • Air Hugs
    Please refrain from hugging and shaking hands.