Adult Prader Willi Group Homes

Prader-Willi syndrome (PWS) presents unique challenges for the individuals living with it and Monarch’s group homes dedicated to supporting those individual’s provide services and support need to help them best manage they syndrome. The homes provide a dietician that focuses on each individual’s caloric needs and intake and who works with them one-on-one to promote a positive self-image and successful weight management. These homes also provide a food-secure environment to help ensure success of the individual’s dietary plan.  

Monarch operates homes dedicated to individuals living with Prader-Willi syndrome in Stanly and Cabarrus counties.  

For information on our Prader-Willi syndrome group homes, please reach out to our Referral Coordinator at (704) 986-1879 or [email protected] with questions or click here for an application.

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Group home living is funded by two means:

  1. An individual’s monthly room and board covers the rent, utilities, food and household supplies and is funded through the resident’s Social Security Income / Social Security Disability Income (SSI/SSDI), Medicaid Special Assistance or private pay.
  2. The daily service fee covers staffing and therapeutic services provided in the home and is funded by the North Carolina Innovations Waiver, state funding from the applicant’s managed care organization or private pay.