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Mosaic envisions a world where people with intellectual disabilities thrive as valued participants in their communities. 

In order to make this happen, we use a group of volunteers called Mosaic Allied Voices to promote public awareness of disability issues, to advocate for equality and to advance strategies that shape public policy. 

Mosaic Allied Voices (MAV) advocates contact elected officials in response to alerts from the Mosaic Government Relations Office. 

The alerts contain brief, specific information about the issue and offer a suggested message for MAV volunteers to use if they are uncertain of what to say. The time commitment is minimal. 

All you need is an email address! 

What is a MAV Volunteer?

  • Mosaic Allied Voices (MAV) advocates contact elected officials in response to alerts from the Government Relations Office. These alerts are about specific issues relating to people with intellectual disabilities. The alerts contain brief, specific information about the issue and offer a suggested message for MAV volunteers to use if they are uncertain of what to say in their own words.
  • The time commitment is minimal. Every MAV advocate needs an email account to receive alerts. The most important aspect of being a MAV advocate is the timeliness of the response. Legislative action is sometimes quick, and action alerts may ask for an immediate response.

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Information about Mosaic, Medicaid, and the American Health Care Act's Impact

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