Founded in 1989, CareMeridian provides a continuum of high quality, cost-effective post-acute care and rehabilitation options to people of all ages with brain, spinal cord and other life-altering injuries and medically-complex illnesses. With program locations throughout the Western United States, CareMeridian offers a distinctive service delivery model, merging an experienced and skilled health care and rehabilitation team with state-of-the-art technology in community-based program settings designed to meet the unique needs of those we serve at every stage of their recovery. CareMeridian joined The Network in June of 2006. For more information visit the CareMeridian website at www.caremeridian.com.
Cole Vocational Services/First Step Independent Living/Unlimited Quest
With locations throughout California, Cole Vocational Services, First Step Independent Living and Unlimited Quest provide day programs and employment services to adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Through a range of creative training programs delivered in vocational centers in community settings, the organizations help individuals build diverse skills through so they may achieve personal success. They joined The Network in December 1997.
Cornerstone Living Skills
Founded in 1993, Cornerstone Living Skills supports children and young adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities in nursing facilities located in Santa Rosa, California. Each residence provides a natural family home like setting where individuals can receive ongoing treatment and support while having many opportunities to participate in community life. Cornerstone Living Skills joined The Network in June of 2005.
Creative Home Programs
Founded in 1984, Creative Home Programs, located in Riverside, California, provides in-home early intervention services for infants and toddlers with disabilities or developmental delays as well as specialized programs for children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders. Through a range of individualized services, Creative Home Programs focuses on improving motor, communication and language skills, as well as helping each child and their family to build a strong foundation for social, emotional and intellectual growth. The company joined The Network in November 1999.
Family Advocacy Services
Founded in 1986, Family Advocacy Services (FAS) is a community-based mental health agency that provides a range of treatment programs for at-risk youth and their families throughout Virginia. FAS offers Therapeutic Foster Care with "Wrap-Around" support services for children and their biological families when possible. FAS also offers intensive home-based and outpatient services to help stabilize families and prevent out of home placements or support successful reunifications. The organization joined The Network in December 2002.
IFCS (Institute for Family Centered Services)
Founded in 1988, Institute for Family Centered Services (IFCS) supports families in Maryland, Massachusetts, North Carolina and Virginia through intensive In-Home Family Centered Services. Using an evidence-based service model called Family Centered Treatment®, IFCS delivers individualized, practical supports that empower youth and families to lead healthy, stable lives at home. IFCS joined The Network in 2009.
Loyd's Liberty Homes
Loyd’s Liberty Homes provides a range of home and community-based programs for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities in California. Through individualized programs which include intermediate care facility homes, adult day programs, supported living, supported employment and crisis response programs, Loyd’s Liberty Homes helps individuals live life to the fullest in the communities they call home. The company joined The Network in June 1998.
Founded in 1980 in Boston, MA, MENTOR is a leading national provider of home and community-based services to individuals of all ages with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities; children and youth with behavioral, emotional and/or medically-complex challenges; and people with acquired brain injuries. MENTOR offers an array of community-based residential and non-residential services that range in intensity, duration and frequency depending on the needs of each individual. The organization’s core programs, including treatment foster care and host-home services, are based on the “MENTOR Model” where each child or adult is matched with a dedicated caregiver called a “Mentor” who provides ongoing support, guidance and stability for the individual in their home. Other service and support options include adoption assistance, educational services, in-home support, day programming, employment services, small group care and supported living. MENTOR provides services in more than 20 states.
NeuroRestorative is a leading provider of post-acute rehabilitation services for people of all ages with brain and spinal cord injuries and other neurological challenges. In a variety of locations and settings, NeuroRestorative offers a continuum of care and rehabilitation options, including specialized services for children, adolescents, and active duty service members and Veterans.
NeuroRestorative traces its roots as far back as 1977, when the renowned Center for Comprehensive Services (CCS) was founded. In 1998 CCS joined The Network and later unified with many of The Network’s other post-acute rehabilitation services partners under the NeuroRestorative name.
Along with CareMeridian, NeuroRestorative represents The MENTOR Network's Post-Acute Specialty Rehabilitation Services.
New Visions Academy
New Visions Academy, formerly known as the Florence Bertell Academy, operates two private day schools located in Maryland’s Baltimore and Prince George’s counties that provide a structured learning environment, vocational training and other support services for male students who have been unable to succeed in the public school system. Each student receives an individualized education plan that integrates New Visions Academy’s unique combination of core curriculum, career training, behavior management, on-site therapy and extra-curricular activities. Together, these services empower New Visions’ students to build skills, confidence and self-esteem to become responsible, successful adults. New Visions Academy joined The Network in December 2002.
Since 1967, REM has been providing a variety of services and programs for people with disabilities and other complex needs as well as their families. Today the organization offers an array of residential living options and coordinating support services to children and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders, Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, Acquired Brain Injury and Mental Health challenges. Each program is designed around the needs of the individual, coordinating their strengths with the supports available in the community. By providing a wide range of service options, and by adapting those services as the needs of the individual change, REM ensures a quality life experience for each person. Services include: Community Living Options, Foster Care and Host-Home programs, In-home Supports, Transition Services, Supportive Living, Day Programs, Vocational Services and Supported Employment. REM became a partner of The MENTOR Network in May 2003.
Founded in 1986, Transitional Services, Inc. (TSI) provides residential and supported living services to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. With locations throughout the state, TSI provides a range of individualized services including community-based group homes, Supported Living programs, In-Home Support and Case Management as well as adult and child Foster Care programs. TSI joined The Network in August 2008.
Preferred-Provider Relationship: Alliance
In several states, MENTOR provides Therapeutic Foster Care as a subcontractor of Alliance Health and Human Services, a nonprofit organization based in Newton, Massachusetts. For more information please visit www.alliancehhs.org.