Mission: Empowering People with Special Needs!
Mission: Empowering People with Special Needs!  
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Shaun in art class
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Stacey at the Port Angeles Fine Arts Center
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Robbie taking group photograph
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Rec Club
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Rowing during Fit & Strong Class
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Reading and Tech Class
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Cooking Class
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Art Class
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To empower individuals with special needs.


We serve individuals with special needs and their families.



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



Clallam Mosaic is the only source for yearlong, non-vocational day programs for individuals with special needs in Clallam County. Programs provide lifelong learning opportunities, recreation, leisure, social
interactions, and advocacy education.


In addition Clallam Mosaic is:

  • The host for the Clallam County chapter of Parent to Parent, which supports and advocates for families providing care to individuals with special needs (birth to old age).
  • A provider of Community Engagement services, providing one-on-one support to individuals with special needs to achieve persoanl, inclusive goals within the community.
  • An information hub for special needs. Mosaic provides information through a website and FB page. Mosaic hosts seminars on topics such as guardianship, ABLE savings accounts, and challenging behaviors. In addition, Mosaic staff assist families with filling out state, medical and other official paperwork and with identifying/accessing needed resources.



Clallam Mosaic began in a living room in 1998, with a haunting question asked by a Special Ed teacher, “What are you going to do when the bus stops coming in September?”
It was posed to the parents of six students preparing to graduate from the special education programs offered by the Sequim High School with no prospects of further education or community involvement.


The first class held was Rec Club. Today Clallam Mosaic offers several Rec Clubs each week. Rec Club remains our most popular and well attended class.


Current Activities

After March 2020, in response to the stay-at-home orders due to Covid-19, Clallam Mosaic pivoted and took in-person activities online offering sessions through Zoom. Participants can enjoy Rec Club, several forms of exercise, two art classes, storytime, an adventure class and a social hour.


We also created, with sponsorships and volunteers, monthly Mosaic at Home care and activity bags. During the first month, May 2020, 47 bags were delivered. The deliveries increased throughout 2020. Now in 2021, we create and deliver 80 Mosaic at Home bags.


Nonprofit Status

501(c)(3) tax-exempt nonprofit donations to Clallam Mosaic are tax-deductible.


Governed By

Board of Directors. Our volunteer leadership currently consists of 6 business and community leaders. Board members serve without pay; each board member pays his/her own expenses to attend committee meetings.


Bios and photos of current Board Members can be found here.


Professional Staff & Volunteers

Our staff consists of: Executive Director; Program Coordinator; Parent to Parent Coordinator; Community Engagement Coordinator; Instructors; and Community Engagement Coaches.


All staff are part-time.


We work with more than 50 volunteers throughout the year, including several peer to peer volunteers.


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Closed due to Covid-19

301 Lopez Ave, Rm #4

Port Angeles, WA 98362

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