Terre Haute

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.

Mosaic's mission is to provide people with intellectual disabilities possibilities and the chance to make choices -- a home, roommates, employment and how they engage with their community. We empower people to work and live a life of their choosing. Everything we do supports people with intellectual disabilities on their journey to a life of happiness and fulfillment. A life of possibilities.

Mosaic in Terre Haute began providing services in October 1987. The Dixie Bee and East Glenn Homes were the first to open, each serving eight adults with intellectual disabilities. Two years later the Woodbine and Riley Homes were opened and each served six children with intellectual disabilities. In 1993, Mosaic in Terre Haute began providing in-home supports to people. Today, the agency provides services to 40 individuals in a variety of home and community settings and employs nearly 100 staff members.

Mosaic in Terre Haute partners with people with intellectual disabilities to provide a meaningful life in a caring community by giving a voice to their needs. Come join us at an upcoming Discover the Possibilities tour for an exciting one-hour session where you will hear personal stories about some of the people Mosaic serves and their families, tour one of our facilities and leave feeling informed and motivated to share Mosaic with your family and friends. 

For more information or to RSVP for an upcoming Discover the Possibilities event, please call 812.235.3399 or contact us online.


Check out all of the latest news and updates going on at Mosaic in Terre Haute in the Winter 2013 Newsletter!

View the Winter 2013 Newsletter (pdf).

United Way Day of Action

On June 15, Mosaic staff and individuals participated in the annual United Way Day of Action. Over 20 people helped out at one of the three locations we assisted. Tasks performed included interacting with the Sisters at the Sisters of Providence Health Center, digging out a patio for the residents at United Cerebral Palsy (pictured) and helping to clean out the old Conner Center to help them prepare to move locations. Thank you to everyone who participated for your hard work on such a hot day!

Mary Beth's Graduation

Mary Beth at her graduation ceremony.
Mary Beth graduated from Terre Haute North on Sunday, June 3. Mary Beth has been with Mosaic for a little more than three years and lives in our women's home on the east side of town. Staff held a graduation party for her the following weekend and gave her a few gifts to celebrate her achievement. We are very proud of her accomplishment and look forward to the great things to come. Congrats Mary Beth!

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Mosaic in Terre Haute

2901 Professional Lane
Terre Haute, IN 47802
P: 812.235.3399
F: 812.235.1590

Onias Taruwinga, Executive Director

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