About Us

Mosaic provides a life of possibilities for individuals with intellectual disabilities. We help people define their own happiness. We support them and empower the pursuit of their goals. We celebrate their successes, even if that success is as simple as the pursuit itself.

In 1986, a group of parents, having heard of Bethphage's success, traveled to Nebraska to request Bethphage services in Texas. At that time, their children were residing in state schools, which were being closed down, or their children were graduating from public schools with nowhere to go for services. In August 1986, Bethphage opened four group homes in Dallas to provide residential services to 24 young adults.

In 2003, Bethphage consolidated with Martin Luther Homes to create Mosaic. In 2011, Mosaic in Dallas is celebrating 25 years of providing services to people with intellectual disabilities in the Dallas area. Mosaic in Dallas continues to be the provider of choice for more than 80 individuals with disabilities and their families through Dallas, Denton and Rockwall counties through a variety of individualized, community-based programs including 6-bed single sex group homes, supervised apartment living, in-home and family supports, host homes (foster care) and vocational/day services.

As part of Mosaic's commitment to provide quality care and services, the Dallas agency has received accreditation status through The Council on Quality and Leadership in Supports for People with Disabilities (CQL) for the past 16 years. The latest accreditation in 2007 from CQL for Mosaic in Dallas granted a 3-year accreditation with distinction. Mosaic in Dallas is the only agency in the state of Texas that has this accreditation.

Mosaic in Dallas continues to be innovative throughout the community and began a cost-effective, confidential document destruction business in August 2008.

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New Mosaic Home Blessing

Marva Weaver, Mosaic Regional Vice President for Texas, JoBeth Collier, Executive Director of Mosaic in Dallas and Pastor Kurt of Ascension Lutheran Church
Approximately 100 friends and neighbors  joined us on March 1, 2014 to celebrate and bless our newest group home in Richardson. The house which was gifted to Mosaic by Ascension Lutheran Church is now a home to three gentlemen who had previously been living in a small apartment. 

The House Warming Party took place on the first warm day in months and was hosted by the new residents. Pastor Kurt Friederich performed the blessing of the home which was followed by a feast prepared by the members of Ascension. 

For those who couldn't make the house warming party but still want to help - wish list items are still needed. We are registered (under Mosaic) at Bed, Bath & Beyond. 

To read more about the home, check out the article on NeighborsGo: Garland church renovates home for special-needs residents

document destruction

Contact Mosaic for your document destruction needs!

Mosaic in Dallas is pleased to offer shredding services, a business that provides meaningful, paid work at all skill levels to individuals served by Mosaic while also enabling Mosaic's vocational services to earn extra income to support more people with intellectual disabilities.

More Information

Be on the lookout for our new Document Destruction truck! If you spot us out and about, upload a picture to our Facebook page and let us know!

Wish List Items for Mosaic

Art supplies: paint, brushes, canvas, easels
DVD player
Flat screen TV
Refrigerator (new or gently used)

Free Shredding in honor of Earth Day!

In honor of Earth Day, Mosaic Document Destruction is offering free shredding on Tuesday, April 22, 2014! Recycle your confidential documents and save the earth by bringing your shredding to us. Maximum of three free boxes per client. For more information, please call 972.866.9989 x302.

What would we do without YOU?

Our volunteers and community partners help to make every day a more perfect day for those we support. You are the backbone which make our events run smoothly, our mentors who help guide the organization, and our friends who help transform our lives, and our donors whose support is so needed and much appreciated. Thank you!

Thank you Starbucks for choosing Mosaic for your service day and for all the painting!

Thank you to the American Montessori Society Day of Service Group for spending the day with us hosting an arts and crafts party and landscaping one of our homes. We really enjoyed the time we spent with you!

NTNL Mission Endowment Fund representative Kathy Hunt presents a check to Marva Weaver, Mosaic Regional Vice President for Texas and Pam Spadaro, Mosaic National Board Member.

A special thank you to Lindsey Turner for hosting a birthday party at the Green Meadow home!

Lastly, thank you NT-NL Mission Endowment Fund for the very generous donation.

We appreciate the support from all of our volunteers!

special events

We would like to offer you the opportunity to attend a free, one-hour event called Discover the Possibilities at Mosaic in Dallas. Those who attend will be given a tour of Mosaic's mission and work through stories told by the people who know it well -- the people we serve, their families and our staff members.

Upcoming Dates:
All events are held from 12 - 1 p.m.

May 1
and May 6
June 3 and June 6

Interested in hosting your own Discover the Possibilities event? We will bring a Discover the Possibilities event to you at a time and location of your choice for your family, friends or colleagues. If you have any questions, would like to get involved or to attend one of our Discover the Possibilities, please call us at 972.866.9989 x321 or contact us.

Volunteer Spotlight

Mosaic in Dallas features an outstanding volunteer or volunteer group in the Volunteer Spotlight each month. This month we spotlight James Lange.

View James' Volunteer Spotlight and see past Volunteer Spotlight winners

contact us

Mosaic in Dallas
2245 Midway Rd.
Ste. 300
Carrollton, TX 75006-4958
P: 972.866.9989
F: 972.991.0834

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