Family Home Agency
A home is more than a house—it’s where we develop lasting relationships and share our lives with the people we call family. At California MENTOR we’re building relationships and family connections through our Family Home Agency (FHA) programs. As the largest Family Home Agency, serving the entire Golden State, we partner with Regional Centers and nurturing caregivers in the community, who we call “Mentors,” to give Californians with intellectual and developmental disabilities the services and supports they need in a place they can truly call home.
Refer a Friend Rewards Program
Did you know that if you refer a friend to our FHA program and they become a certified Mentor, you are eligible to receive $250? For more information, please contact the Recruiter in your area.
We invite our Regional Center partners and the community to learn more about our FHA programs and our Mentors who make a difference in the lives of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities throughout the state.
Call 855-MENTOR2 today!
Regional Center & Mentor Login
Regional Center employees only – Log in to search available homes in your regional center area and learn more about our Mentor home providers.
In order to be given an account, please use a Regional Center email address when creating your account.
Don’t have a username and password? Create one here.
Mentors - Log in to find useful information, news, events and more!
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Learn About FHAs
Our FHA programs are based on an innovative Host Home model which has been proven effective for more than thirty years. Watch our video to learn more.
Seen us with the SPARKS?
We are excited about our new parntership with the Los Angeles SPARKS. Click here or on the SPARKS logo below if you heard about us with the SPARKS and would like to find out how you can become a Mentor and help make “home” possible for an adult with an intellectual or developmental disability.