WHAT WE DO
Mosaic’s Residential Rehabilitation Services provide safe, affordable housing along with support services for individuals whose mental health issues have impacted their ability to reside independently in the community. Residential staff oversees the day-to-day routines of the clients and provide case management services to link them with community resources. Transportation to outside appointments and to Mosaic day and vocational programs is provided in some location, and in some locations bus passes are provided.
Mosaic offers three levels of housing for its clients:
Supported Housing – This service is available for clients who live in Mosaic residences or in their own homes in the community. Staff support is provided on a drop-in or as-needed basis.
General Housing – This service is available for client who need staff support on a more consistent basis. Crisis intervention services are available 24/hours/day. Authorized and referred through the local Core Service Agencies.
Intensive Housing – This service is available for clients who require significant staff support ranging from 40/hours/week to 24/hours/day. Authorized and referred through the local Core Service Agencies.
Residential staff members meet with the clients to assess what levels of housing support they want and need. Clients must continue to engage in treatment for their mental health issues while residing in Mosaic homes and must be able to manage their medications with limited staff oversight.
Housing options include apartments, townhouses, individual and group homes. The number of occupants assigned to each residence, as well as the staff-to-client ratio, is based upon the level of services needed by the clients. On-line photos of Mosaic residential units are available by contacting the program.
Mosaic’s Residential Rehabilitation Program is approved by the MD Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. Mosaic is an Equal Housing Opportunity provider.
WHO WE SERVE
Residential Rehabilitation Services serve individuals, age 18 and older, with chronic mental health issues.
HOW TO ACCESS AND PAY FOR SERVICES
Referrals are generally initiated by local Core Service Agencies (Baltimore, Carroll and Harford Counties) or by Baltimore Mental Health Systems (Baltimore City)
For more information for Baltimore County, Baltimore City, Carroll County or Harford County, please contact:
Residential Rehabilitation Services accept Medical Assistance, private payment and private insurance.