BREAKING THE CYCLE, REBUILDING THE FAMILY
Blue Monarch's mission is to provide a long-term, residential and therapeutic Christian community for women and their children to break adverse cycles and rebuild their families.
We assist women and their children who are dealing with addiction, domestic violence, and economic hardship to transform in mind, body, and spirit. We provide a nurturing and therapeutic environment for individuals and families to achieve sobriety, enhance mother and child relationships, and build better life skills while promoting spiritual growth. We believe destructive cycles can be broken and want to serve women who have the desire and commitment to change.
Our Founder Named to TIAA Difference Maker 100
We are happy to announce that Susan Binkley, our Founder and President, has been selected as a TIAA Difference Maker 100 Honoree, for her amazing work creating and developing the Blue Monarch program and organization.
In celebration of TIAA’s 100th year of serving those who serve others, TIAA is recognizing 100 people like Susan who work for a nonprofit and are making significant contributions in their community or the world. TIAA will donate $10,000 to Blue Monarch in Susan’s name. She was selected from among more than 4,000 entries.
For more information about Susan and the TIAA Difference Maker 100 program, visit TIAADifferenceMaker100.org. #DifferenceMaker100
WHAT WE DO
Blue Monarch offers each woman a one to two-year residential program specifically designed to fit her individual needs and help her further her education, break her addictions, become a better mother, obtain a job and gain independence.
WHO WE SERVE
Blue Monarch is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit designed to serve the abused and addicted women along with their children. We accept women who are currently recovering from physical, emotional and/or sexual abuse, alcohol or drug addictions, poverty and mental health issues. We accept women, including those who are pregnant, and children under the age of 12.
WINGS Transitional Program - The four new cottages pictured below are now available to house four graduates in transition with their children as they adjust to independent living after completing our program. This little neighborhood is also located on our beautiful 50-acre farm, but is separate from the rest of our campus. We are deeply grateful to the M. Jacqueline and Robert Peters Family for making this amazing blessing possible for our women and children. Read Susan's Blog to learn more about this new chapter in our lives.
We are also happy to announce the construction of four more cottages, which began in 2019, through an anonymous generous gift. With the addition of these new homes, our WINGS Transitional Program for Graduates will be able to accommodate eight families as they enter the next phase of recovery after completing our core program.