Central Nebraska

Mosaic recognizes that people with intellectual disabilities desire and deserve greater independence and closer ties to the community. By developing and expanding community connections, we create new social, volunteer and employment opportunities.

Mosaic empowers people in their unique pursuit of happiness. Providing truly personalized services, we help people achieve their goals and dreams.
Mosaic stands alongside people with intellectual disabilities to bring awareness to issues that affect their lives. We actively advocate for disability rights, encourage self-advocacy and promote public policy that positively impacts the people we serve.

Learn more about Mosaic:

Local Leadership

Jennifer Quigley
Executive Director


2846 Old Fair Rd.
Grand Island, NE 68803-5222

702 W. 14th St.
Hastings, NE 68901

302 West Ave., P.O. Box 496
Holdrege, NE 68949-0496

220 W. South 21st St.
York, NE 68467-9316

2715 9th Ave.
Kearney, NE 68845


Supports at Mosaic are designed around the person receiving them.

We develop a customized plan for each person we serve to help them reach their goals. This is done through natural conversations with staff, loved ones and guardians, as well as through more formal systems like Personal Outcome Measures®, Individualized Service Plans and more. Services span housing, community support, healthcare coordination, job coaching and more to ensure that all of aspects of a person’s health and life are addressed.

Available Services:

  • 24-Hour Residential Support
  • Autism Services
  • Behavioral Health and Autism
  • Community Hubs
  • Day Services
  • Employment Services
  • Mental and Behavioral Health Services
  • Mosaic at Home
  • Services in the Community
  • Services in the Home
  • Supported Living
  • Transportation Services

Let’s Talk


Learn more about Mosaic’s mission and work from those who know it best — the people we support, their families and our staff.

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