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

Mosaic in Terre Haute provides the following supports:

Residential Services:

  • Group Home Facility (ICF/ID) - We have two homes that serve adults and two homes for children. These homes serve from four to eight people with developmental disabilities who live together in a home in the community. There is 24-hour supervision by paid staff who provide assistance and training to help residents develop daily living skills, with programming for each individual's active treatment needs.

These residential facilities are licensed to operate as one of the following types: Basic Developmental Residence, Child Rearing Residence (with or without Behavior Management Program), Intensive Training Residence, or Sheltered Living Residence.

  • Waiver Supported Living and Support Services - Individuals receive personalized supports in their own homes or apartments (with or without roommates), with the goal of not only living independently in the community, but establishing a sense and security of 'place,' and personal control over their homes and the assistance they require. Supported living assumes that everyone can live in a home of their own if given appropriate support, and can learn most easily in the actual environment.


Day Services:

  • Meaningful Days -- Offered Monday through Friday, we provide facility-based training, community-based vocational training, volunteer opportunities and other learning activities such as classes and trips to the zoo, museums or other local attractions.

To Receive Services:
To receive supports from Mosaic in Terre Haute, contact the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration Bureau of Disabilities local district office, 765.653.2468 or 877.218.3096, or contact us.

To learn more about Mosaic, attend a Discover the Possibilities event or contact us.