We’re proud to serve children and families throughout Alabama. Contact us to learn more about our home- and community-based services. We look forward to hearing from you!
Independent Living Services
The Transitional Living Program of Alabama MENTOR is designed to provide older youth with multiple opportunities to learn and practice independent living skills within a supportive family home environment. The flexibility of the service model allows for decreasing levels of supervision and increased levels of responsibility as a youth progresses toward his or her individually defined goals.
Core Services include Medication Monitoring and Administration, Basic Living Skills Training, Transportation, Extra-curricular Activities, Allowance, Provisions for Special Needs and Occasions, Mental Health Consultation, Contact with Therapists, Supportive Services to the Family/Referral to Other Services, and Crisis Intervention.
Mothers & Infants
The Mothers & Infants Program, of Alabama MENTOR, is designed for young mothers who are pregnant or post-partum, to remain with their children in a specialized foster home setting.
The mother may require individual, family and/or group therapy to address issues of abuse, neglect, depression, anxiety, and anger management. The mother may need assistance in accessing pre-and post-natal care and counseling, reproductive health services, and individually appropriate entitlement programs for young mothers and fathers, including WIC, food stamps and community-based parenting classes, etc. The mother may also need one-on-one parent training and coaching, education/employment planning, and basic living skills training.