The MENTOR Network

Our Partners

National Network of Local Providers

The MENTOR Network is called a “network” for a reason. It’s not just one organization, but a family of local, community-based health care and human services providers united by the shared mission of building relationships and enhancing lives. Together, we are able to provide comprehensive continuums of services to children at risk and their families; individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities; people living with brain or spinal cord injury and other neurological injuries and illnesses; and elders in need of support.

Together, with our local partners, we are a unique organization that combines the benefits of entrepreneurial spirit and relationships of local partners with the shared values and resources of a national organization. We offer state-of-the-art health care and human services programs that enhance the lives of those we support and answer the growing demand for access to quality home- and community-based services.

Cole Vocational Services

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 MENTOR Network in 1997.

Cornerstone Living Skills

Founded in 1993, Cornerstone Living Skills supports children and young adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities in Intermediate Care Facilities (ICFs) located in Santa Rosa, California. Located in warm and inviting neighborhoods, each home offers a comfortable setting where individuals can receive ongoing treatment and support while also having the opportunity to participate in the everyday activities of community life. Cornerstone Living Skills joined The MENTOR Network in 2005.

Creative Home Programs

Creative Home Programs (CHP) was founded in 1984 in Riverside, California, and provides in-home early intervention services for infants and toddlers with disabilities or developmental delays, including those on the autism spectrum.  CHP also specializes in programs for children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders. Through a range of individualized services, CHP focuses on improving motor, communication and language skills, as well as helping each child and his or her family build strong foundations for social, emotional and intellectual growth. The company joined The MENTOR Network in 1999.

Loyds 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 that include intermediate care facilities, adult day programs, supported living, and supported employment, Loyd’s Liberty Homes helps individuals live life to the fullest in the communities they call home. The company joined The MENTOR Network in 1998.


Founded in 1980 in Boston, MENTOR is a leading national provider of home- and community-based services for individuals of all ages with intellectual and developmental disabilities and children and youth with behavioral, emotional or medically complex challenges, and their families. MENTOR offers an array of services that are tailored to the needs of each individual.

The organization’s core programs—including therapeutic foster care and host home services—are based on the “Mentor Model,” where each child or adult is matched with a dedicated foster parent or caregiver called a “Mentor.” Our Mentors provide ongoing support, guidance and stability for the individual in their home. Other service and support options include residential services, vocational services, day programs, hourly supports and supported living. MENTOR provides services across the country.


NeuroRestorative is a leading provider of subacute and post-acute rehabilitation services for people of all ages with brain, spinal cord and medically complex injuries, illnesses and other challenges. In a variety of locations and community-based settings, we offer a continuum of care and rehabilitation options, including specialized services for infants, children, adolescents, Military Service Members and Veterans.NeuroRestorative traces its roots back to 1977, when the renowned Center for Comprehensive Services (CCS) was founded in Carbondale, Ill. In 1998, CCS joined The Network and later unified with many of The Network’s other post-acute rehabilitation services partners under the name NeuroRestorative. In 2019, NeuroRestorative along with Network partners CareMeridian, Mentis Neuro Health, Country Life Care Center, Harbor Rehabilitation and Cassell and Associates were unified under the NeuroRestorative brand.


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 support services for children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities—including autism spectrum disorders—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. REM’s services include community living options, host home programs, in-home supports, transition services, supported living, day programs, vocational services and supported employment. REM became a partner of The MENTOR Network in 2003 and in 2017 celebrated its 50th anniversary.

MENTOR Adult Day Health

MENTOR Adult Day Health provides high quality services to elders, including those with complex medical or rehabilitative needs. We offer vibrant day programs that help individuals remain in their homes instead of requiring higher levels of care such as nursing homes. Our caring staff tailor services to each person’s needs so they can make friends and receive the daily supports they need to thrive, including nursing care, healthy, delicious meals, and social activities.