Children and Families
Founded on the philosophy that “there is no single solution, only a commitment to find one,” Indiana MENTOR has been supporting children and families in achieving greater unity and cohesiveness in a variety of family settings for more than a decade.
Through public policy changes and clinical progress, Indiana MENTOR has added to The Network's original therapeutic foster care model to support children–some with very serious conditions–while continuing to add additional programs tailored to the unique and intense needs of children and families within the social service system.
Every child has different needs based on their own unique situation. Indiana MENTOR has people and programs that can support children with a full range of needs–from those coming from intensive residential settings transitioning into the community, to children with complex medical conditions who are disconnected from their biological families, to those who are ready to reunify with their families or become adopted by another family. With the welfare of the child as our central concern, Indiana MENTOR strives to achieve permanency and stability for the child and to improve biological family functioning.