The MENTOR Network

Success Stories

The Life He Always Wanted

Sean is enjoying life. An accomplished juggler and bowler, he is active in his local church. He loves listening to music to relax, especially the songs of Stevie Nicks and Fleetwood Mac. In fact, music is a huge part of his life, and it has played a role in how far he’s come over the past two years.

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Brazyl Ward
A Warm Welcome Home for Brazyl

After being critically injured last Halloween by a hit and run driver, six-year-old Brazyl Ward received specialized rehabilitation and support from CareMeridian4Kids that allowed her to return home.

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The Network's group homes
A Reason to Smile

Tammy who was born with intellectual and developmental disabilities spent most of her life in a hospital until she moved into one of The Network's community living residences where she now has the freedom to make her own decisions and be an active part of the community.

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The Network's Host Home program success stories
Laughter is the Best Medicine

Learn how Richard, a young man with developmental disabilities, is working towards earning his Associates Degree and practicing his comedic skills with the help of his Mentor Lee and the supports he receives through the Host Home program.

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The MENTOR Network's Day Programs
Lori Shines With an Empty Canvas

Learn how Lori has used art to make friends and thrive in the community with the help of staff members at the Brooklyn Arts Space—an Alternative to Employment program in Oregon.

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