Become a Mentor

Open your home and help a adult or child in need live their best life.

As a Mentor with Sevita, you’ll open your home and your life to a person in need. And both of you will change forever because of it.

Our Mentor foster parents help children grow and have the childhood they deserve, one where they can laugh, play, and just be kids. Our host home Mentors help adults with developmental disabilities live full, more independent lives. They’re teachers, advocates, and family to the individuals they welcome into their lives.

Being a host home Mentor or foster parent can be a challenging but rewarding experience. It changes lives for the better. And our experienced team is here to support you.

Mentors are independent contractors and not employees of Sevita. 

These kids need love and need someone to listen to them. I never turn a kid down. Ann Mentor Foster Parent Read Ann's Story
  • Become a foster parent

    Every child deserves a safe space to call home. They deserve a loving family that encourages them to grow and thrive. You can give a child the love they need to reach their full potential.

    Become a Foster Parent
  • Become a host home Mentor

    Our Mentors welcome individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities into their homes. They encourage independence, while building lasting bonds of friendship and family.

    Become a Host Home Provider

Our impact

We’ve helped individuals across the country live full, joyful lives of their own choosing. See the difference we’ve made.

See Our Impact
I treat them as adults and individuals like anyone else would want to be treated. I forget they have disabilities. They’ve become independent with so many things. Ken Host Home Mentor Read Ken's Story

Contact Our Team

Ready to find out what it means to be a Mentor? Fill out the form below and one of our team members will be in touch. We’re looking forward to hearing from you!

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Every person has the right to live well.