Mosaic in Western Colorado partners with people with intellectual disabilities to create a meaningful life in a caring community, giving a voice to their needs.

Intermittent Services:

  • Life Assistance Solutions Private Pay Option - Mosaic's trained, caring staff can fill in when family members or friends aren't able or available to help. This is not assisted living or medical care, but instead provides help with household tasks, or maybe just companionship or an escort for shopping and errands.

  • Supported Living Services - To link services and supports with existing natural supports and generic community services so that Medicaid eligible adults, who are responsible for their own living arrangements, have the necessary supports to be included in typical Colorado community life. Supports may include items such as grocery shopping, assistance with medications, medical care coordination, and group activities.
  • Childrens Extensive Services (CES) - To provide Medicaid benefits and additional targeted services and supports to children with developmental disabilities or delays who live with their families and who are most in need because of the severity of the disability. These include behavioral supports, community connector, and respite.

Residential Services:

  • Host Homes - Host homes match a person receiving services with someone who provides the assistance needed for daily living in a family-like or roommate-like setting. The program is designed to allow an individual to enjoy the benefits of family living while continuing habilitation and personal growth.

  • Semi-independent Services - We assist people living in their own residences with daily living activities (i.e. money management, cooking, shopping) or socialization activities. This is accomplished by identifying the frequency of contact that is most appropriate for the person and their needs.

Meaningful Day Services:

  • Specialized Habilitation - Generally services are provided in a training center/class room with others that have intellectual disabilities. Activities include games, crafts, classes, exercise, and engaging events that are similar to a retirement program or class room.

  • Community Connections - Services are provided in typical community-based settings enjoyed by all citizens. We partner with other community non-profits needing volunteers and provide a small group of individuals out to give back to their community. Some of our partners are Salvation Army, Goodwill, and local animal shelters.

For additional information on our supports and how to receive them, attend a Discover the Possibilities event or contact us.