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Monarch Long-Term Group Homes

Monarch long-term group homes are designed to foster independence and encourage growth. Monarch’s 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.

If you would like information on our residential services, please reach out to our Referral Coordinator at (704) 986-1879 or referrals@monarchnc.org with questions or click here for an application.

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Funding

Group home living is funded by two means:

  1. An individual’s monthly room and board covers the rent, utilities, food and household supplies and is funded through the resident’s Social Security Income / Social Security Disability Income (SSI/SSDI), Medicaid Special Assistance or private pay.
  2. The daily service fee covers staffing and therapeutic services provided in the home and is funded by the North Carolina Innovations Waiver, state funding from the applicant’s managed care organization or private pay.

Levels of Care

For individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, Monarch provides the following levels of group home services:

  1. Group Living Moderate group home services are for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities who need minimal assistance with activities of daily living. Staff are on site 24/7 but usually are asleep during night hours.

    Monarch offers Group Living Moderate services in Anson, Cabarrus, Carteret, Craven, Edgecombe, Gaston, Guilford, Hoke, Johnston, Jones, Montgomery, Moore, Nash, Pamlico, Pasquotank, Randolph, Richmond, Rutherford, Stanly, and Union counties.

  2. Group Living Low group home services are for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities who can perform activities of daily living independently, but may require daily support from staff to maintain a safe and healthy living situation.

    Monarch offers Group Living Low services in Richmond County.

For individuals living with mental illness, Monarch offers the following levels of group home services:

  1. Group Living High group home services are for people who are transitioning from a psychiatric facility or for individuals with a long history of mental illness. Monarch staff is on site 24 hours per day, seven days per week to address the immediate needs of people supported.

    Monarch provides Group Living High services in Richmond, Stanly, and Union counties.

  2. Group Living Moderate group home services are for people with mental illness who need assistance with maintaining a healthy and safe living situation. Staff are on site 24 hours per day, seven days per week but usually are asleep during night hours.

    Monarch provides Group Living Moderate services in Beaufort, Craven, Harnett, Lee, Mecklenburg, Richmond, and Rutherford counties.

  3. Group Living Low group home services provide support for people with mental illness who are mostly independent, but who still require daily assistance from staff to maintain safe and healthy living conditions.

    Monarch provides Group Living Low services in Cabarrus county.