Community

Empowering People with Developmental Disabilities for a More Viable Community

 

Our Mission

To enrich, encourage and empower people with developmental disabilities toward achieving independence, social skills, and community inclusion through the arts, education, and social activities.

Our Vision

A community of individuals working together to improve the quality of life for people with developmental disabilities

 

A COMMUNITY WITH HEART INCLUDES EVERYONE

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Summer Sessions 2014 

Session 1: June 16 - July 2

Session 2: July 14 - July 31

Session 3: August 12 - August 21

Class information and all registration materials are now available at the Classes section of our website.

For inquires or registration payments:

Clallam Mosaic
P.O. Box 3081
Sequim, WA 98382

 

Parent/Caregiver Network Meeting

Check out the Parent/Caregiver section

of our webpage.

 

Parents of Minors with DD Support Group (PoM):

Check out the Parent/Caregiver section

of our webpage.

Have You Heard?

Ms. Tresa Stuber has accepted the position of Program Coordinator with Clallam Mosaic, effective May 11, 2014.

 

Tresa was one of the founding members of Clallam Mosaic in 1998 (then called SNAP). Through the years, Tresa has undertaken various roles within the organization, ranging from Executive Director to Volunteer to Board Member.

 

Tresa brings an incredible font of knowledge about individuals with developmental disabilities, their families, core needs and inclusive practices. Over the years she has built rapport with many of our clients, she has advocated for many and she has served as a resource to numerous individuals within our community.  Tresa will excel in this role, helping us to drive Clallam Mosaic to the next level of successes!

About Us

Do you like what we do and want to help? Read more about us.

More than 65 million people, 29% of the U.S. population, provide care for a chronically ill, disabled or aged family member or friend during any given year and spend an average of 20 hours per week providing care for their loved one.

-- Caregiving in the United States; National Alliance for Caregiving in collaboration with AARP; November 2009

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