Tue, 09/19/2017 to Thu, 10/26/2017
Mosaic in Axtell
Mosaic in Central Nebraska
Mosaic in Northeast Nebraska
Mosaic in Omaha
Mosaic in South Central Nebraska

Courtney Miller, director of the Division of Developmental Disabilities at Nebraska’s Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), will travel statewide in September and October on a “Let’s Talk” tour, designed to gain stakeholder input on services provided by the Division of Developmental Disabilities.

All interested persons are encouraged to attend and share their thoughts about what works with the current system, including both community-based services and state-operated facility services and opportunities for improvement. 

Tue, 08/29/2017
Mosaic in Southeast Texas

In the past couple days, Southeast Texas has experienced nothing less than natural disaster with unprecedented winds, rains, flooding, and tornadoes from Hurricane Harvey.  We are so fortunate and lucky for all employees and people-in-service at Mosaic along with their families and care providers to have escaped the storm relatively unscathed.  Staff has shown amazing effort and care to ensure the safety of everyone.

Sat, 08/26/2017 - 1:00am
Mosaic in Colorado Springs
Around 50 people came to celebrate and lend their support, including donors, staff, volunteers, community partners, family members, and friends. We were busting at the seams!
Fri, 08/25/2017
Mosaic in Northeast Kansas

On Sept. 16, author Julia King Donovan will be doing a book signing at the grand opening of Canine Solutions in Olathe. During the book signing Donovan will be selling copies of her children's book, "Chico's Hope," in an effort to raise $200 for Mosaic that day.

Mon, 08/21/2017
Mosaic in Northern Iowa

Tracey Jennings started with Mosaic in May as the new Associate Director in Wright County. She will oversee the operations and support in the communities of Belmond, Clarion, Eagle Grove and Webster City. 

Mon, 08/21/2017
Mosaic in Northern Iowa

Discover the Possibilities (DtP) is an introduction luncheon to Mosaic’s mission, work and passion for providing a life of possibilities for people with intellectual disabilities. The luncheon is free, lasts one hour, and no one is asked to donate. It is designed to educate and inspire people to want to learn more, become involved, and share our story with others in the community. It is less important that our guests leave with all the facts about our work than that they leave feeling inspired by our mission.

Mon, 08/21/2017
Mosaic in Northern Iowa

Employees at Mosaic all have an opportunity to give back to the people we serve through Mosaic’s Employee Campaign. We value the contributions of our employees and are proud to say that as an organization, our employees have given more than $3 million since the campaign began in 2003. Employees can donate to the campaign through payroll deduction.

Mon, 08/21/2017
Mosaic in Northern Iowa

Mosaic envisions a world where people with intellectual disabilities thrive as valued participants in their communities. To help make this happen, a group of volunteers called Mosaic Allied Voices promotes public awareness of disability issues and advocates for equality and public policy that serves people with intellectual disabilities. 

To be a MAV volunteer, all you need is an email address! 

What is a MAV Volunteer?

Mon, 08/21/2017
Mosaic in Northern Iowa

Got lemons? Make lemonade.

That was the attitude of Mosaic staff in Forest City, Iowa, when they learned that funding would be cut in half for the pre-vocational services offered through a Mosaic-run thrift store called Krysmart. It was an opportunity to re-think services and change direction.

Mon, 08/21/2017
Mosaic in Northern Iowa

U.S. Senator Joni Ernst visited Mosaic’s Waukon office Tuesday, April 11 as part of her 99-county tour. Ernst met with the leadership staff, support staff, and a person supported by Mosaic to discuss the organization’s positive impact, advocacy, current needs, and concerns relating to legislation.

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