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    The Forget-Me-Not Gift Shop at Reynolda Village held a Spring Open House with treasures made by the people we support.

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    The Clint Miller Exterminating Team holds their 2017 Collier Cup Award at this spring’s Dreams Take Flight Golf Tournament

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    Monarch breaks ground on Child & Adolescent Facility-Based Crisis Center in East Charlotte.

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    Leigh Vernon (left) and Developmental Specialist John Hartman (right) provide entertainment for the Stokes Opportunity Center Open House with Creative Abundance.

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    Children from Head Start Stanly County enjoyed a spontaneous dance party with the folks at Stanly Industrial Services.

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    Barbara Harp is all smiles with the flower activity she created during the Stokes Opportunity Center art programming workshop with Creative Abundance Group.

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    News & Notes is Monarch’s internal newsletter, written for and about our employees and the people we support – stories that celebrate the difference we make together every day, and information to empower us as we help dreams take flight.



    Newsletter - Featured Stories

    May is Mental Health Month: Monarch is Expanding its Services in Tandem With the Evolving Mental Health Movement

    Many people suffer from mental health conditions silently and without support, but every May, organizations like Monarch, and individuals across the United States work diligently to change that as the nation observes Mental Health Awareness Month.

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    Hamlet Family Dollar Store Manager Is Extended Family for Circlewood Drive Residents

    Most people feel like a trip to the store for daily essentials can be mundane. For the people who live at Monarch’s Circlewood group home in Richmond County, a short walk to the Family Dollar next door is anything but.

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    For Shelisha Campbell Writing is Therapy, but Her Work is Turning into Much More

    Shelisha Campbell isn’t one for sugar coating. Perhaps that’s why her writing is so powerful.

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