Published on January 27, 2009
“ … opening doors to extraordinary lives.”
People and Places Mosaic is the service provider chosen by more ● than 3,500 people. Mosaic provides supports to individuals with ● developmental disabilities and to senior citizens in more than 100 communities across 14 states including Arizona, Colorado,Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, New Mexico, Tennessee, Texas, Utah and Wisconsin. Mosaic operates two independent senior living ● communities in Wisconsin and Iowa.
Heritage Bethphage - Founded in 1913 in Axtell, Nebraska.
Heritage Martin Luther Homes - Founded in 1925 in Sterling, Nebraska.
Heritage From the beginning, both organizations were primarily supported by Lutheran congregations across the Midwest.
Heritage Both organizations spread their ministry across the United States during the 1970s and 1980s.
Heritage Mosaic was formed on July 1, 2003 when Bethphage and Martin Luther Homes consolidated their ministries into one organization that serves thousands of people nationally and internationally.
Worldwide Impact Mosaic now works with international partners in Great Britain, Germany, Norway, Latvia, Romania, Russia, Tanzania, Kenya, and the Dominican Republic.
Mosaic Mission Statement “In partnership with people who have disabilities, Mosaic provides supports and advocates that all may realize God's gift of wholeness of life.”
People & Places Supports ● Mosaic provides individualized services based on choices made by those who receive supports. Advocates ● We advocate for people with disabilities. Partners ● We are partners with those we assist.
Supports We Provide Case Management ● Children's Services ● Day Services ● Residential ● Supported Living ● Host Homes ● Affordable/Accessible Housing ●
Supports We Provide Case Management: Coordination of services and supports for people who might receive other services or supports from Mosaic or another service provided.
Supports We Provide Children's Services: Services provided to people under the age of 21. Supports may include residential services, supported/intermittent, host homes, day services (transition),special education, daycare, or early intervention.
Supports We Provide Day Services: Any vocational services, supported employment, job coaching, community participation or habilitation training.
Supports We Provide Residential: Supports are provided 24 hours/day and 7 days/week. We provide affordable and accessible housing. Both ICF/MR and waiver residential settings are included. Generally these services are provided in an agency leased or owned-facility.
Supports We Provide Supported Living: Supports are provided fewer than 24 hours per day and can be provided in a home owned or leased by the client of the agency. Supports can vary from a few hours a week to several hours a day. These services are provided through a waiver facility and usually are based upon the needs of each person.
Supports We Provide Host Homes: Services provided by an independent contractor while individual lives in that person's home. Individuals served in host home settings have a range – of care needs, from total care (24 hours a day, seven days a week) to limited care (those who are semi- independent and employed in the community).
Supports We Provide Affordable and Accessible Housing: Because most people with developmental disabilities are not able to find competitive employment, poverty is a serious issue. Mosaic partners with state and federal agencies to create affordable housing that is accessible for all people. Residents must meet federal income guidelines to qualify.
Advocates A member of the American Network of ● Community Options and Resources (ANCOR) IMPACT Alliance Member ● Mosaic Allied Voices (MAV) ● The Mosaic Collaborative ●
Advocates American Network of Community Options and Resources (ANCOR) A nonprofit trade association representing and ● advocating on behalf of more than 800 private providers of services and supports for nearly 500,000 Americans with disabilities.
Advocates IMPACT Alliance Member An alliance of service providers from North ● America and Europe working to promote the human rights, recognition and social inclusion of people with disabilities within their communities. ● Mosaic was a founding member of IMPACT.
Advocates Mosaic Allied Voices (MAV) Parent, self-advocates, donors, elected ● officials, Mosaic staff and others who want to have a voice in affecting public policy on disability issues.
Advocates The Mosaic Collaborative for Disabilities Public Policy and Practice Gallup, The Council on Quality and ● Leadership, and academic partners work with Mosaic to provide strategic direction on projects that will promote full inclusion of people with disabilities around the world.
Partners The Council on Quality and Leadership (CQL) ● Gallup ● Faith Connections ● Donors ● Volunteers ●
Partners Mosaic established a partnership through ● The Council on Quality and Leadership (CQL). We are the first national provider of disabilities ● services to earn a Network Certification in Basic Assurances(SM) from CQL. This means that we have common expectations for ● high quality services and that they are monitored and measured for effectiveness at all locations.
Partners Our strategic partnership with Gallup helps us ● produce evidence-based data which can be used by stakeholders to advocate for better public policies. Through the Q12® Initiative, Mosaic committed ● to having an engaged workforce.
Partners Mosaic is: Affiliated with the Evangelical Lutheran ● Church in America. Recognized by the Lutheran ● Church – Missouri Synod. A partner with other agencies in ● Lutheran Services in America.
Partners Donors are significant to Mosaic's success. Contributions help to meet needs that go beyond what government funding provides to people with disabilities.
Partners We welcome volunteers of all ages and backgrounds to serve in a variety of capacities: Agency projects and programs Special events Advisory Boards Create friendships with clients MAV (Mosaic Allied Voices)
The Future What's next for Mosaic?
The Future Our Commitment Mosaic will be the leader in quality services, advocacy and worldwide partnerships with others committed to the same mission and values.
The Future You and Mosaic... “ … opening doors to extraordinary lives.”
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