Monarch's Open Access Model
At Monarch, we believe in providing the help people need when they request it. Open Access means we encourage individuals who need services and are new to Monarch to simply walk-in for the first appointment. Our goal is to jumpstart the road to recovery by providing a comprehensive clinical assessment, a treatment plan, a psychiatric evaluation with prescriptions if needed, and a referral to the proper level of care.
While this process takes longer than a traditional appointment, it reduces what could otherwise be months of waiting for help to same day access. Click here to download a copy of our What You Can Expect document.
Open Access/Walk-in and Referral Hours:
Please click here to view the Monarch location map to find the days and times this service is available in your area.
On-Site Assessment and Referral Locations:
- Albemarle, Stanly County
- Charlotte, Mecklenburg County
- Raleigh, Wake County
- Cary, Wake County
- Wake Forest, Wake County
- Fuquay Varina, Wake County
- Zebulon, Wake County
- Greensboro, Guilford County
- Winston-Salem, Forsyth County
- Lexington, Davidson County
- Shelby, Cleveland County
- Gastonia, Gaston County
- Lincolnton, Lincoln County
- Laurinburg, Scotland County
- Lumberton, Robeson County
- Whiteville, Columbus County
- Rocky Mount, Nash County
- Wilson, Wilson County
For more information about Monarch's Open Access or for details about other Monarch Behavioral Health Services, call (866) 272-7826.
Download a PDF copy of the Open Access brochure for more information about these services.