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.
"I enjoy seeing those we support overcome challenges that they thought they would never achieve, as well as the smiles on their faces when they achieve a goal. . . There are very few jobs that allow you to experience this daily!" Want to #LoveWhatYouDo, too? Join our team: http://ow.ly/WqBK50qDx5c#MonarchProud
Nurse Practitioner Debbie Granick isn't afraid to ask for something. She reached out to Charlotte-based JournalBooks hoping for a donation and was pleasantly surprised. Watch this special #MonarchMoment to find out what the Navaho Road oupatient site in Wake County received! #MonarchProud
Safety Manager Cathy Herrera and Administrative Assistant Tameca Barron were selected to be members of North Carolina's first Functional Assessment Support Team organized for statewide emergencies. Read how their roles help those in shelters, most recently during Hurricane Dorian. http://ow.ly/bz5w50wGUKP
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.