Monarch Named Gold Medal Winner in The News & Observer’s Raleigh’s Best 2022
Monarch, one of North Carolina’s leading mental health care providers, was named a Gold Medal winner for Mental Health Services in The News & Observer’s Raleigh’s Best 2022.
President and Chief Executive Officer Dr. Peggy Terhune, Ph.D., MBA, OTR/L, is thrilled with the news but not surprised to learn that the non-profit earned the top honor in the Mental Health Services category.
Voting took place online through The News & Observer during August and winners were announced on Sunday, October 30.
“What an honor that the services we provide have earned a Gold Medal in the Mental Health Services category for Raleigh’s Best. We are grateful to be able to offer excellent care and serve the mental health needs of Wake County communities,” she observes. “Thank you to the people we support and friends of Monarch who voted for us and support our life-changing services. We accept this award and will display it proudly at our Wake County locations in honor of the dedicated, compassionate staff who meet the needs of the people we support each and every day.”
Monarch, a not-for-profit organization established in 1958, provides support statewide in North Carolina to thousands of people with mental illness, substance use disorder, intellectual and developmental disabilities, and traumatic brain injuries. Monarch employs 1,400 staff members across more than 100 facilities in North Carolina.
For more information about Monarch locations in Wake County, click here. To reach out for more information about mental health support, please call (866) 272-7826. Interested in searching available positions at Monarch? Visit our careers page.
Posted on: Sunday October 30, 2022