The Gaston Gazette features Monarch

I love it when the people and organizations I work with have a good story. What's better is when they have lots of good stories. Take Monarch, a not-for-profit organization that provides support across North Carolina to thousands of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, mental illness and substance use disorders.

The Gaston Gazette featured Monarch in the story, "Lincoln woman turns her life around." This is the story of Patricia Ghostly, a recent high school graduate, who has battled depression and some tough life circumstances. She turned to Monarch for help. Monarch responded by linking her with Danielle Earl, an individual placement support and the supported employment team lead in Gaston, Lincoln and Cleveland counties for the organization. Earl helped Ghostly find her very first job. How cool is that?