About Mosaic in Omaha
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.
AKTION Club members meet the first and third Tuesdays of the month from 12:30 p.m. - 1:45 p.m. at Divine Shepherd Lutheran Church, 15005 Q Street. If you are interested in joining or volunteering, contact us.
Read about the Aktion Club Charter event in the January 2010 edition of metroMagazine.
Become an advocate
More than 95 percent of the funds Mosaic receives for the services provided to people with intellectual disabilities come through Medicaid. During the last two years, many Mosaic locations have faced funding cuts of up to 10 percent.
Become a part of Mosaic Allied Voices (MAV), a volunteer group that works with Mosaic's Governmental Affairs Office. As a MAV volunteer, you become a "first responder" to let elected officials at local, state, and national levels know the needs and rights of people with intellectual disabilities cannot be set aside.
It's easy to do. Visit the MAV website to learn more and sign up. You can also invite others by sharing the website or this brochure.
Become a Mosaic Allied Voices volunteer and help create a life of possibilities for people with intellectual disabilities.
Meaningful Employement Opportunities
Mosaic's Liberty Employment Solutions, believes it is our responsibility to help each person we support live every day with meaning in a fully integrated, facility-free environment. This approach provides on and off the job training and support for individuals to achieve meaningful employment.
Mosaic a Guest on The Kim Foundation's Radio ProgramMosaic in Omaha was invited to be a guest on The Kim Foundation's radio program, Not Alone. Not Alone is a weekly talk radio program focused on behavioral health and recovery. The program features broadcasts focused on providing education, breaking down barriers to seeking help, increasing awareness, and promoting recovery. Shawn Huntley, MaryAnn Schiefen and Allison Brown-Corson were guests on the show.
Learn more about Not Alone.
Listen to the March 26 podcast of the Not Alone radio program featuring Mosaic.
Thanks to The Kim Foundation and Diana Waggoner for having us as a guest on the show!
You are invited to attend a Free Tour of our Mission
Join us for an hour of inspiring stories showcasing the impact of our mission. The goal to raise awareness of people in our community that might not always have opportunities to live a meaningful life, live in a caring community or have a voice. By attending you will have the opportunity to make a difference through gaining an understanding of our mission.
Contact us today to be our guest.
Meaningful DaysKeep up to date with Meaningful Day activities at Mosaic in Omaha. View the upcoming Meaningful Day activities by clicking the link below.
View the Day Services Activity Calendar
For more information on the Meaningful Days program at Mosaic in Omaha, or to get more involved, please contact us.
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