Mosaic offers a range of programs and services to help individuals with mental illness or substance use deal with both long-term, chronic issues as well as crisis situations. Our programs range from behavioral health clinics, adult residential services and vocational programs to physical health care, adult medical day care, in-home services for children and adolescents and much more.
Click on the link to download a printable list of all Mosaic programs, services and contact information. Mosaic At-A-Glance Programs & Services
The following is an overview of our programs and services. Please click on the individual program or service for detailed information and locations.
Comprehensive mental health counseling centers addressing a wide range of behavioral health issues.
Specialized day programs for clients who have both mental health and primary health care needs.
Substance abuse treatment services including suboxone maintenance, outpatient detoxification, intensive therapy and relapse prevention.
Therapeutic day programs to help clients gain confidence to live, work and socialize successfully in the community.
Model of care utilizing a whole-person approach to address all of an individual’s health care needs – behavioral, physical and social.
Housing opportunities for clients who need varying levels of support to live successfully in the community.
Short-term residential program to stabilize individuals who are experiencing a mental health crisis or those who need an alternative to or step down from inpatient psychiatric hospitalization.
Job coaching and placement services to assist clients in securing employment.
Program providing intensive, wrap-around services for those with severe and persistent mental illness. Must obtain referral through Baltimore Mental Health Systems.
Serving individuals are are currently in an extended inpatient stay or have a history of multiple hospitalizations and are not linked to community support services.
Services adults living in Baltimore City whose mental health treatment needs have not been met through routine, traditional outpatient mental health programs.
Program providing drug screening of teen parents and adults for substance abuse as required by DSS and/or COA. In hospital assessments and access to treatment programs are also available.
Diagnostic evaluations, individual and family therapies provided in the home, school or community to children, adolescents and their families.
Services provided as part of enrollment in Medical Day Care or Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program (PRP).
Information, referral, and advocacy program for Carroll County Families seeking services for children.
Supported housing, vocational services and service coordination for young adults ages 17-21.
In-home, wrap around services focusing on building the behavioral skills needed to function successfully in the community.