Who We Serve
The individuals and families supported by Indiana MENTOR have a variety of needs, all of which are met within the communities where they live, work and play. Because each person’s needs and preferences are different – and often change over time – we provide a full range of highly specialized community-based residential and non-residential programs. We serve a number of population groups, including the following:
Adults and Children with Disabilities. People who have intellectual disabilities are offered programs that range in intensity and setting according to their needs and desires – from highly supervised residential programs, to periodic services including respite, day services and behavioral supports.
Children and Families. Our programs protect the welfare of children at-risk and vary depending on the situation of each child and his or her relationship with family.
Elders. Our programs allow seniors the option of living in a community based home setting as an alternative to assisted living or traditional nursing home care when they are no longer able to live independently.
These services reflect our strong belief that active participation in community life provides the best opportunity to learn, grow and to connect with others.