Mosaic, the result of the 2003 consolidation of Bethpage (founded in 1913) and Martin Luther Homes (founded in 1925), is a non-profit organization that serves people with diverse needs. Mosaic provides intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) services, residential and in-home supports, behavioral therapy, autism support, senior residential and in-home supports, mental health services, day services, and nursing services.
Mosaic also works to help faith communities welcome people with disabilities by providing support through coaching, curriculum modification, and behavioral support. The mission of Mosaic is “Embracing God’s call, Mosaic relentlessly pursues opportunities that empower people.” The organization’s vision is “We are the changing face of health care, passionate about serving the whole person and partnering for quality outcomes.
Employees & Individuals Served
Mosaic has 3,800 employees and 800 independent contractors. In 2018, Mosaic served 3,800 consumers with I/DD and 780 seniors.
Based in Omaha, Nebraska, Mosaic provides I/DD services in 10 states (Arizona, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Kansas, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Nebraska, and Texas), as well as senior services in two states (Arizona and Wisconsin). Mosaic also provides 275 affordable housing units in nine states (Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, New Mexico, Texas, and Wisconsin).
Mosaic provides a variety of I/DD services, residential and in-home supports, behavioral therapy, autism support, senior residential and in-home supports, mental health services, day services, and nursing services.
- These services are provided to consumers with I/DD and developmental disabilities, and include specific services like respite, family support, foster care, physical therapies, transportation, and supported employment.
- Total revenue: $120.2 million
- Total expenses: $108.9 million
Intermediate Care Facilities (ICF)
- These services provide 24/7 support for medically fragile consumers with I/DD or developmental disabilities.
- Total revenue: $68.7 million
- Total expenses: $62.2 million
Day & Vocational Services
- These services for consumers with I/DD include supported employment, work enclaves, vocational training, and sheltered workshops.
- Total revenue: $19.7 million
- Total expenses: $17.9 million
In 2017, Mosaic had $232 million in revenue and $230 in expenses. Overall, the organization ended the year with a $1.3 million surplus and net assets of $66.5 million. Comparatively, in 2016, Mosaic had $238.3 million in revenue and $234.9 million in expenses. Overall, the organization ended the year with a $3.3 million surplus and net assets of $65.2 million.
- In 2018, Mosaic acquired Soreo, a service that provides in-home supports to seniors and people with disabilities.
- The partnership between Mosaic and the Northern Diocese of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tanzania, Building a Caring Community (BCC), has served 208 children through BCC neighborhood centers or
participants in the young adult program.
- 74 Mosaic employees have earned their autism certificate through the International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards (IBCCES), and 21 more are currently enrolled in the course.
- Linda Timmons, President & Chief Executive Officer
- Renee Coughlin, Mission Advancement
- Scott Hoffman, Chief Financial Officer
- Mike Lyons, General Counsel
- Skip Hanson, Strategy
- Parker McKenna, Human Resources
- Marlin Wilkerson, Operations