At Monarch, our long-term services and supports focus on helping those with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) perform routine daily activities such as bathing, dressing, preparing meals and administering medications. We also help people find meaningful employment or volunteer opportunities to help them live life the way they want to live.
Monarch offers a variety of services and support options for people who need them.
Creative pieces from attendees at Stokes Opportunity Center day program are on display and available for purchase at The Arts Place of Stokes. Stop by this weekend and take a look! The Danbury location is open 9 a.m. - 8 pm on Saturday, June 15 or noon -5 p.m. on Sunday, June 16.
#teamwork: We've heard the phrase, "It takes a village." Ft. Bragg Drive group home Developmental Specialist Kara Henely knows this to be true. Read about how she is certain the motivation she received from her co-workers helped propel her toward earning two college degrees. http://ow.ly/qHaq50uxc9T
#Teamwork: Kara Henely Earns Two Degrees with Perseverance and Support - Monarch NC
Developmental Specialist Kara Henely is certain the motivation and encouragement she received from her co-workers helped propel her toward donning a cap and gown, and...
Monarch is a statewide provider of services for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, mental illness and substance use disorders. Search for more information about the support we offer in your area.