Founded in 1980, The MENTOR Network is a national network of local health and human services providers in 36 states offering an array of quality, community-based services to adults and children with intellectual and developmental disabilities, brain and spinal cord injuries and other catastrophic injuries and illnesses; to youth with emotional, behavioral and medically complex challenges, as well as their families; and to elders in need of support.
We asked Network employees to share why they do the work they do for our What’s Your Why? contest, and we were wowed by the responses we got. Watch this video to meet some of our team members and hear them share their why.
From a young age, Melissa Coronado was inspired by her parents to give back, and she has used that passion and dedication to grow Arizona MENTOR’s Host Home program in the Tucson area, serving more adults and children in need.
We develop innovative treatment options for youth with intensive needs including our evidence-informed, trauma-focused foster care model called Family Vistas®.
We help adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities live in private, family homes where they can participate in the everyday activities community life.
Nestled in communities across the country, our community-based residences offer 24/7 staff support, expert clinical services, and opportunities for growth.
We offer a range of inpatient and community-based services for individuals with brain and spinal cord injuries or other complex medical or neurological challenges.
At our unique day centers, seniors with complex medical needs can interact with peers and participate in a variety of healthy activities that enhance their quality of life.