April is Autism Acceptance Month

Learn more about the autism spectrum with this comic strip.

And find more information and links, all month long on our Facebook page: Clallam Mosaic


Cartoon Explaining the Spectrum
Adobe Acrobat document [10.6 MB]

Celebrating 20 Years of Empowering Ability.


How Can You Help?

Make a DONATION.       Become a VOLUNTEER.      Attend an EVENT.



What We Do


Individuals with special needs,
and their families and caregivers.


Our Mission


Empowering people with special needs.


Our Vision


Growing an inclusive community working together to enhance the quality of life for people with special needs.

Advocacy Days 2019

Held on Wednesdays, through April, during the legislative session.

This is your opportunity to have your voice heard and have a direct impact on legislation.


Learn more and download the full 2019 schedule

by visiting our Resources page.

Spring Term

Has Begun!


Like us on Facebook and keep up on news and happenings.


Term ends: June 28

Parents Night Out

Come join the conversation with other parents who understand what you are going through.



Bob Cup 2019

Registration is open for sponsors and players.

And don't foget the BBQ.


Saturday, July 27.

Because of You Our Community Grows

Your generous and secure donation through Square Marketplace will have a life-long and immediate impact. Thank you.

Parent to Parent Clallam County

The Clallam County Chapter of Parent to Parent has many resources available to families and caregivers of individuals with special needs.

2016 Mosaic Moments

Donating to Clallam Mosaic has never been easier. All while you shop.

Just do all of your Amazon ordering through the smile.amazon pages, choosing Clallam Mosaic as your charity of choice. Then 0.05% of your total purchase will be donated to Clallam Mosaic without impacting your costs at all.

Want to know more about Clallam Mosaic?

Then visit our About Us page.


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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