Monarch Day Programs

Monarch provides day programs for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. These programs provide support to adults in need of gaining skills used in the community or the workplace. We work diligently to provide a person-centered approach by focusing on the individual’s goals toward independence.

Monarch’s day programs provide a setting which fosters creative expression, community engagement and encourages relationship development. Our day programs support the development of activities of daily living as we encourage participants to learn new skills that will serve them on a daily basis. For those who are interested, we support job development, resume preparation and fill out applications, set up interviews, provide interview skills training and do whatever we can to help people get the job. Once they are employed, we are there to continue to coach them if they need it.

For enrollment information, please complete the information request form to receive details on our day program services. If you are ready to apply for services, visit our application page for information. If you have additional questions, please call Monarch’s Call Center at (866) 272-7826.

Program participants at Monarch's River City Achievement Center in Elizabeth City come together to celebrate Direct Support Staff Week in 2023!

Services Provided (services vary by geographic location and MCO funding):

  • Compensatory Education
  • Day Activity
  • Developmental Therapy
  • ADVP (Adult Day Vocational Program)
  • Supported Employment
  • Innovations Community Networking
  • Innovations Day Supports
  • Innovations Personal Care


  • Innovations Community Living and Supports
  • Innovations Supported Employment
  • Personal Assistance
  • Developmental Therapy
  • Micro-enterprise
  • State-Funded Community Living and Supports
  • Community Living and Facility Supports

Monarch provides day program services Columbus, Craven, Currituck, Dare, Davie, Forsyth, Hoke, Montgomery, Moore, Pasquotank, Randolph, Stanly, and Stokes counties.