At The MENTOR Network, we help adults with brain and spinal cord injuries and other serious neurological injuries and illnesses recover at a pace that’s right for them. We provide a range of services to treat the physical, emotional and behavioral needs of each person we serve.
Our specialized rehabilitation services—delivered by our partners NeuroRestorative, CareMeridian and Mentis Neuro Health in community-based settings—offer a broad range of medical care, therapy, training, community integration and behavior management that help each person move through their rehabilitative journey. As part of The Network’s Specialty Rehabilitation Services group, NeuroRestorative, CareMeridian and Mentis are committed to delivering powerful outcomes for those we serve. While both offer a range of treatment options, each partner also offers specialized services and supports that are unique to those they serve.
NeuroRestorative offers services in more than 20 states and specializes in community-based, post-acute brain injury rehabilitation services, including Neurorehabilitation, Neurobehavioral, transitional living, supported living, and outpatient services. Collectively, NeuroRestorative’s services and supports promote community involvement and help adults become more independent.
Services for Veterans & Military Service Members
The MENTOR Network is also honored to serve Veterans, Military Service Members and their families. Through our partners, CareMeridian and NeuroRestorative, we offer a range of inpatient and community-based service options for individuals with brain and spinal cord injuries or other complex medical or neurological challenges. Through an understanding of military culture—honed from years of experience serving America’s heroes—we focus on creating individualized service plans to ensure we meet each person’s physical, cognitive, behavioral, and emotional needs.
As a leader in subacute care, CareMeridian’s specialty rehabilitation and nursing facilities throughout the Western United States offer 1:4 patient ratios and 24/7 nursing care to serve individuals with a wide range of medically complex challenges, including brain and spinal cord injury, neuromuscular disorders, pulmonary disease, burns or wounds.
Mentis Neuro Health
Founded in 2009, Mentis provides a full continuum of long-term residential, inpatient transitional and outpatient day services, including physical, vocational and speech therapies, cognitive rehabilitation, neuropsychology, 24-hour nursing and supportive living services. Mentis also offers a program designed especially for young people ages 16 to 21 with challenges such as traumatic brain injury (TBI), stroke and brain tumors.