The MENTOR Network

Advocacy Spotlight

Around the country, Network employees, individuals served and Mentors are working to educate policymakers about the importance of the community-based services being provided in their home communities. Whether they are bringing hundreds of individuals to the state house for an advocacy day, setting up one-on-one meetings with key legislators, or hosting informational briefings for decision makers, The Network’s state operations are continually working to ensure that the voices and stories of the people we serve are being heard.


Brain Injury Advocates Testify in Support of Cognitive Rehabilitation Coverage

The Brain Injury Association of Massachusetts (BIA-MA) and other advocates came together at the Massachusetts State House in November in support of S.485/H.843 An Act Relative to Cognitive Rehabilitation.

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The MENTOR Network Joins Forces to Advocate for Youth At-Risk

The MENTOR Network recently joined hundreds of state and national organizations in support of two policy issues that could have a positive impact on youth at-risk and the services that we provide.

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New Jersey MENTOR attends NJAYF Annual Membership Appreciation and Community Awards Breakfast

On March 2, New Jersey MENTOR attended the New Jersey Alliance for Children Youth and Families’ (NJAYF) Annual Membership Appreciation and Community Awards Breakfast.

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REM West Virginia Families Attend Rally to Protect IDD Funding

On April 9, 2015, West Virginia providers held a rally to protest the proposed changes to West Virginia's IDD Waiver program. The rally was attended by REM West Virginia families and individuals served.

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REM Minnesota Takes Legislative action
REM Minnesota Takes Action

Every March for the past 20 years, REM Minnesota and its partners gather in St. Paul for "A Day at the Capitol," an annual advocacy event focused on state issues that impact individuals with disabilities.

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