Life can be a challenge for us all. Monarch’s outpatient services offer a caring and experienced team of professionals who help people take the first step, which is often the most difficult. Together, we develop a well-defined and customized plan for each person that meets the individual’s needs and goals.

Residential Options

Two housemates walking together and showing a positive relationship Whether home is an apartment downtown, or a group setting in a neighborhood, it should be the most comfortable place for a person. At Monarch, we believe that a person’s home should reflect their personal taste, interests and style. When people live together, the relationships of the housemates should be positive and healthy.
Monarch ICF/MR Homes

These group home settings offer nursing, physical and occupational therapy, physician oversight and any other residential services that may be required for residents. Monarch direct support professionals are there for residents 24 hours a day. Everyone has their own room and has the option to bring as many personal belongings as needed to make them feel at home. Monarch provides ICF/MR Homes for children and adults.

Monarch Supervised Living Homes

These homes are ideal environments for individuals seeking to spread their wings. Monarch direct support professionals work with residents to maximize their potential in all areas of life. Whether it is direction on how to make pancakes or how to dress on a cold day, we are there to help every day, all day and night. Our residents learn to care for their own home, help with household chores and build relationships at home and in the community. Monarch staff help residents find jobs, manage their money, take classes, volunteer, get out to a movie or go shopping. We provide living arrangements for individuals with developmental disabilities, mental illness or both. If they have the desire to live on their own, we do everything we can to make that dream happen.

Monarch Apartment Complexes

Much like our Supervised Living Homes, the residents of these apartments have access to support staff as needed 24 hours a day. They offer many of the same services but in a more independent setting than a group home.

Long-Term Group Homes and Apartments

These long-term residences are for individuals transitioning from a psychiatric facility or individuals with a long history of mental illness. Monarch staff is on-site 24/7 in order to address the immediate needs of residents. We also work in close collaboration with the judicial system in an effort to rehabilitate repeat criminal offenders whose behavioral challenges may spur future criminal activity.

Monarch Supported Living

For those individuals who are ready to be on their own, but still need a little bit of support, Monarch can help. Our trained professionals will work out a plan and schedule visits according to specific needs. Our services are available to people who reside in their family home, apartments, or houses. Money management, shopping tips, cooking advice or help setting up a phone directory of family and friends are among the many ways that Monarch’s residential services can help foster the dream of living independently.

Monarch Respite Services

We understand that everyone needs a break. That’s when Monarch will come to you. Whether you wish to go out for the evening for a quiet romantic dinner, or take in a show at a local theater, we can help. We know that a night or afternoon out is healthy for everyone in the family. You can go, with peace of mind that your loved one is in good hands thanks to Monarch’s residential services.

Specific Services

Types of licensed Facilities and/or individual settings:

  • ICF (Intermediate Care Facilities) for children and adults
  • Supported Living
  • Supervised living
  • Group Homes
  • Apartment Complexes
  • Respite
  • Supports for people who live in their own homes
  • Intermediate care facilities
  • AFL (Alternative Family Living)


  • People with Mental Illness
  • People with developmental disabilities
  • People with MR/MI needs
  • People leaving institutions
  • Adolescents with developmental disabilities
  • People with co-occurring disabilities
  • Children/adults who are medically fragile or terminal
  • People with Prader Willi Syndrome
  • People with high behavioral needs