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

Mosaic offers a broad range of services from respite care to residential options to provide you or your loved one with expert care.

Home and Community Based Services

  • Group Homes - Mosaicoperates two ICF/ID (Intermediate Care Facility for people with Intellectual Disabilities) group homes in Osceola. Each home provides private bedrooms for the seven people who live there. Staff members are present around the clock and provide support in home management, vocational training, medical needs, social skills and community inclusion.

  • Supported Community Living - These services vary from hourly to daily supports based upon individual need. Many people  supported live in their own apartments while others may live with their family. 

Vocational Day Services

  • Meaningful Days - This service provides a wide variety of daily activities for individuals who do not work in the community. Activities can be provided on-site or within the community and may include volunteer opportunities, horseback riding, social time, cooking classes, crafts and games. Staff are available to help each person with his/her medical and personal care needs.

  • Vocational Training - Mosaic realizes that people with disabilities can be productive within the workforce. Staff encourage people to learn and improve their work skills and work habits at our on-site vocational training centers. Each individual earns money based upon their personal work level and productivity.

  • Supported Employment - Mosaic assists people to acquire jobs of their choosing within the community. Support is also provided to help each person learn and maintain the job.

Host Homes

You like the idea of celebrating differences? At Mosaic, we do too. That's why our host homes reflect a great variety of personal choices and lifestyles in communities throughout south central Iowa.

Through our Mosaic Host Home Program, people with disabilities are carefully matched with a host home family. In the nurturing environment of a family home, each person receives assistance with activities like daily living, social skills or personal care needs. While in the home, a continual learning process takes place, not only for the person served, but for the family as well.

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