Monarch relocates Companions on the Journey day program
Agency to share facility with The Arc of High Point on E. Bellevue Drive
Monarch, a statewide nonprofit that provides support to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, mental illness and substance abuse challenges, will relocate its Companions on the Journey (COTJ) day program to The Arc of High Point building, 153 E. Bellevue Dr., High Point, on March 1.
Monarch’s COTJ currently provides a range of services and supports that incorporate socialization, cultural arts, recreation, volunteerism and community involvement for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The relocation will support COTJ’s need to accommodate potential growth and expansion of its programs in Guilford County.
"This move is a positive one for our program in High Point and for the people we support there," said Monarch’s Chief Operations Officer Jim Kelley. “It will allow us to move into a larger facility, where we hope to grow and expand. It also gives us better access to our longtime partner The Arc of High Point. We are grateful and appreciate their willingness to accommodate our program.”
For more information about Monarch’s Companions on the Journey or other Monarch services, please call (866) 272-7826, visit www.MonarchNC.org or find Monarch on Facebook.
Established in 1958, Monarch provides support statewide to thousands of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, mental illness and substance abuse challenges. Monarch is nationally accredited by The Council on Quality and Leadership (CQL) and and certified by The N. C. Department of Health and Human Services as a Critical Access Behavioral Health Agency (CABHA). The organization, which operates the Arc of Stanly, is an affiliate chapter of The Arc of North Carolina and The Arc of the United States. To learn more about how Monarch is “Helping Dreams Take Flight” for people living in our communities, please call (800) 230-7525 or visit www.MonarchNC.org.