Not sure what your objective is here in your post. You're fighting to keep your mom's house AND you're looking for wholesaling opportunities?
How are you going to help someone to mentor you? Making copies and getting coffee? Not trying to be smart but just can't figure what it is that you are offering in return for someone to mentor you. If you are trying to do both, you should probably separate them.
If your mom is going into foreclosure, the surest way to stop that is to pay the loan current (if she is in monetary default). If your mom doesn't have the money or the means to bring it current AND keep paying then she either has to move or, she has to see if a loan modification is available. If she doesn't have any income, I can tell you there won't be any loan mod available.
if the property is in California, the borrower has a LOT of protections but at the end of the day, if you don't pay, you lose. No one is going to take anyone's home but, someone is going to exercise their legal rights to foreclose if you (Mom) do not honor your contractual agreement.
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