Mosaic in Southeast Texas provides a variety of supports in both the Spring, Bryan and Alvin communities, including:
Residential Services: For people served by the following Medicaid waivers, Mosaic offers a wide variety of residential options ranging from total care to intermittent support. Services are tailored to meet each individual’s needs and preferences.
Home & Community-Based Services (HCS)
Group Homes – Neighborhood home with 24 hr shift staff providing individualized care for 4 individuals
Host Home Residences – Community living in a family atmosphere
Community First Choice – Intermittent, as needed supports for individuals living on their own or with their families
Respite Services – Caring staff provide a break for primary caretakers
Texas Home Living (TxHmL)
Community First Choice – intermittent, as needed supports for individuals living on their own or with their families
Respite Services – caring staff provide a break for primary caretakers
Independent Care Facility (ICF)- Mosaic has 6 person group homes in Byran and Madisonville offering compassionate 24 hour care.
Additional Services: Mosaic provides a Case Manager to each client to assist in planning and accessing our full range of services. These services may be used alone or in conjunction with our residential services:
Nursing and Dietary Services
Adaptive Aids and Minor Home Modifications
Phys. and Occupational Therapy
Speech & Audiology Therapy
Supported Employment and Employment Assistance
Recreational Opportunities: These opportunities help meet the recreational, social, and leisure needs of people using community resources. Trips to museums, festivals, plays, and sporting events are vital to supporting growth in people’s lives.
Spiritual Opportunities: With the assistance of staff and volunteers, people are encouraged to participate in the religious services of their choice. Mosaic strives to work with all religions to promote inclusion within various faith communities.
Advocacy: Mosaic offers support and guidance for people to lend their voices to public conversations about the future of services for people with intellectual disabilities and their role in their communities.
For more information, attend a Discover the Possibilities event or contact us.