Mosaic in Northern Iowa partners with people with intellectual disabilities to provide a meaningful life in a caring community, giving a voice to their needs.

Mosaic at Home – Sharing their home with a person served, a Mosaic at Home independent contractor helps the person integrate into home and community life and may provide assistance with daily living activities and skills.   

Supported Living – Support is provided to help people live as independently as possible, whether that means helping them shop for groceries while staying within a budget, driving them to and from medical appointments or helping them learn to cook safely in their own kitchen.  

24-Hour Residential Support – In a Mosaic-provided home or state-licensed Intermediate Care Facility, 24-hour support is provided to help people served acquire, retain or improve skills related to living independently and participating in the community. (This service is provided in Wright County and Forest City only.)

Day Services – Mosaic provides people with opportunities to develop social skills, achieve their goals and attain the highest possible level of independence. With as many as three to six community activities per day to choose from, our day services are unique in the diversity of experiences they provide to people served. (This service is provided in Wright County only.)

Transportation Services – Mosaic provides transportation for medical appointments, emergency medical needs or non-medical transportation to and from community activities or employment to foster greater independence for people in service. (This service is provided in Forest City only.)

All services are available to adults (age 18 and older) with intellectual disabilities. Funding for services is based upon eligibility for Medicaid or can be privately paid. We also provide services for children (age 9 and older) in the ICF/ID homes.

Admissions coordination is handled by Mosaic's Community Outreach and Admissions Coordinator. For more information or to begin the admissions process, contact us and someone will be in contact with you to provide you with an application. Once an application is complete, a meeting will take place to determine level of services needed and the ability of Mosaic to meet those needs.

We invite prospective clients, families and guardians to visit Mosaic's residential sites prior to making a decision to receive services from Mosaic.

For more information on our services or how to receive them, attend a Discover the Possibilities event or contact us.