Clallam Mosaic Policies
Clallam Mosaic strives to provide opportunities for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families to access educational resources to:
to learn and
in all areas
with community opportunities to minimize social isolation.
Clallam Mosaic (Mosaic) provides Day Programs, Community Guide & Engagement (CGE) services, client advocacy and information to individuals with special needs, their families and caregivers. In addition, Clallam Mosaic is the host for the Clallam County Parent to Parent chapter.
Mosaic services are available to individuals of all ages, races and gender.
Mosaic has created policies and procedures in order to maintain safety, insure consistent practices, afford equal opportunity to access of programs, maintain compliance with all applicable state, federal and local regulations, and insure the best possible experience for all served.
Mosaic does not provide transportation to and from Day Programs.
Transportation may be provided as part of CGE services, field trips and/or other special activities.
Participant Code of Conduct
for Day Programs
and Monthly Dances
For the health, safety and enjoyment of all Clallam Mosaic participants, the following rules are to be followed:
The Clallam Mosaic Code of Conduct is in place to make sure that our participants have the best learning environment possible. These guidelines allow our classes to run smoothly, so there will be consequences when not followed:
If your behavior poses a risk to the health, safety and/or enjoyment of those in the classroom, you will be asked to leave the room and your emergency contact will be notified.
Client Contract for Community Guide & Engagement
Clallam Mosaic's Privacy Practices
Mosaic collects personal information from clients for a number of reasons, including:
Clients may have an interest in reviewing the following policies:
Connect with Us
Parent to Parent (P2P):
Closed due to Covid-19
301 Lopez Ave, Rm #4
Port Angeles, WA 98362