The ribbon was cut at Mosaic near the Terre Haute license branch. Mosaic is a non-profit faith-based organization that caters to those with developmental disabilities.
It serves forty people in the Terre Haute area and employs over a hundred. Mosaic is an outgrowth of the former Martin Luther Homes.
Nancy Davis of Mosaid says the new location means a lot, "We're going to begin providing day services. We're really excited about this opportunity. We have some folks that are medically fragile. It's hard to get them out to a regular work site or day program so this is filling kind of a void that we've had in our agency so we're really excited to be able to do that in the future."
Mosaic also launched a fund raising campaign to build a new children's home.
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