Due to the mandated stay at home order from Governor Whitmer, The Mon-Arc of Monroe will temporarily be closing our office to the public at the end of the business day, Tuesday, March 17, 2020 until further notice.
Our staff will still be working at the office, but we will be closed to the public. We will continue to service our Rep Payee business and pay all bills as usual. We will mail weekly, spending checks and review all incoming paperwork. If you need to drop off any paperwork, please drop it through the mail slot at the front door.
Please contact us if you have any questions o concerns, our office staff will be available via phone Monday through Thursday from 9:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. We also ask that you report any consumer changes via telephone (734) 241-5881 or email at email@example.com.
We are taking every measure to mitigate the spread of coronavirus and protect our consumers, their staff, and our employees. We encourage our consumers to remain flexible and please take care of yourself and one another during this time.
MONTHLY DANCE NOTICE!
Due to the Governor’s Whitmer's Stay at Home Order, The Mon-Arc of Monroe has canceled all future dances until further notice. We continue to be concerned for the safety of our consumers, caregivers, families, staff, and volunteers and will monitor the situation as it progresses. We will post any future updates on our Facebook and website www.monarcofmonroe.org. Please stay home and stay safe.
The History of The Mon-Arc of Monroe (formerly called Monarc of Monroe) with special interviews from some of the founding members: Pat and Keith Anderson, Mary Pipis, and Connie & Joe Hoffman. Learn about how education for the SCI and MOCI programs began in Monroe County.
The Mon-Arc of Monroe, Inc. promotes the general welfare of all persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families through advocacy, counseling, education, and community program services.
The Mon-Arc of Monroe, Inc. was established in 1962. It exists today to improve the welfare of all citizens with intellectually and developmental challenges and to provide and promote services on their behalf. Advocating for persons with intellectually and developmental disabilities and their families is one of the most important tasks the Mon-Arc performs.