Being prepared through this COVID-19 pandemic is paramount. We are here to assist you, your family and loved ones. The resources below will guide you to tips for yourself and your family including: ways to reduce stress and anxiety; how to find community resources; and suggestions for self-care during this difficult time.

For additional information or if you are interested in inquiring about available Monarch mental health services, please call (866) 272-7826.

Site and Services Updates

Important information about our services is updated frequently.  Consult the following link for the most up-to-date information for our behavioral health outpatient sites, day programs, group homes, psychosocial rehabilitation programs and facility-based crisis services.

 

Frontline Heroes

From the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, our staff and leadership teams have been working to make sure the people we support are safe, protected and continuing to receive compassionate care. Discover how members of our staff are going above and beyond to ensure continued quality care.

  CCBHC: Debra Miller Behavioral Health Urgent Care's Brianna Snow at her front desk post. Monarch Behavioral Specialist Monica Love

 

Self-Care

During the coronavirus pandemic, life can be strange, confusing and anxiety-inducing. Visit the following links for ideas on how to practice self-care and navigate these challenging times.

           

Telehealth Services

The COVID-19 pandemic has created the opportunity for health care to offer telehealth services in order to continue providing vital mental health programs. Safe, convenient telehealth services have been offered at Monarch for over eight years. Learn more about our telehealth services below.

Online Resources

Community, state and federal online resources offer information on assistance and support during COVID-19. For more information on what programs are available in your community and beyond, check out this listing for additional details and contact information.