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    We are a nonprofit organization that supports people with intellectual and developmental disabilities mental illness, and substance use disorders.

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  • APRIL IS NATIONAL STRESS AWARENESS MONTH

    National Stress Awareness Month

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  • MONARCH VISITS CAPITOL HILL

    Arc US Disability Policy Seminar 2015
    Monarch representatives attended the Disability Policy Seminar in D.C. with The Arc. Pictured are Brenda Hinson, past Monarch board chair, and Larry Hinson, The Arc of Stanly chairperson, before their meeting with N.C. Congressman Richard Hudson.

  • Join Us: An Evening with The Arc of Stanly May 21

    Arc Event 2015

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  • Drive for 45

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    FIS meets NASCAR legends during "Drive for 45"

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Developmental Disabilities

Intellectual & Developmental
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Behavioral Health

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Real People

Making a Difference:
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Real Stories.

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Expanding our blanket of support over North Carolina

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Welcome to Our website

Monarch is a nonprofit organization that supports thousands of people statewide with intellectual and developmental disabilities, mental illness, and substance use disorders.

The agency provides services and supports to people of all ages, skill levels, and backgrounds. We do not make decisions for the people we support. Monarch professionals, like our behavioral health services counselors and direct support professionals, will work with individuals to discover their interests and help them to identify their place in the community where they live.

Dr. Peggy S. Terhune
Executive Director/CEO

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April is National Autism Awareness Month

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Lessons in Empathy, Law Enforcement Officers Learn Skills, Compassion in Mental Health Training

Gaston Gazette
Twenty law enforcement officers graduated last week from a 40-hour course on dealing with the mentally ill. For many, it was not only useful training for their day-to-day jobs but also a lesson in compassion.

The group also toured Piedmont Pioneer House, Gaston Skills and psychiatric units at Monarch and CaroMont Regional Medical Center.
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Administrative Office: 350 Pee Dee Avenue, Suite A, Albemarle, NC 28001
Phone: (866) 272-7826 | Fax: (800) 227-8961