Quest House

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“LEARN FROM YESTERDAY, LIVE FOR TODAY, HOPE FOR TOMORROW.”

– Albert Einstein

Home is where the heart is….. and where love and healing begins.  Quest House is located in a peaceful and serene setting.  In this atmosphere of acceptance and caring the disease of addiction begins to lose its grip on the life of the adolescent.  Clients are given the opportunity to learn and practice new behaviors that reduce the possibility of relapse and improve quality of life when the individual returns to their own home and community.

Becoming well is a journey.  Quest staff recognizes treatment is often a time of confusion as well as personal exploration and growth.  Our goal is to facilitate and clarify that experience.  Our services encompass a holistic approach to treatment by addressing mind, body and spirit.
Quest_Counseling_and_Consulting_2Quest House is a transitional living program where adolescent boys live in a home-like environment.  This gives them the opportunity to learn basic life skills such as shopping, cooking, personal care and housekeeping.  In addition, on weekends clients participate in fun, pro-social activities such as going to the movies, sports in the park, hiking, etc.  Educational opportunities are also onsite where clients can work on gaining high school credits.  Clients are transported to Quest’s outpatient office daily for treatment services.

Services

Quest House programs include co-occurring treatment for clients experiencing substance use disorders and mental health conditions.

  • Individual and family counseling, including Multi-Dimensional Family Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  • Process and psycho-educational groups including relapse prevention, trauma, grief/loss, health/wellness, and mindful/stress reduction
  • Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy for trauma survivors
  • Access to onsite psychiatrist and psychologist
  • 12 step meetings
  • Onsite distance learning educational curriculum
  • Pro-social recreational activities including flag football, hiking, bowling, and field trips to area events
  • Life skills training including cooking lessons, gardening, cleaning and personal hygiene (i.e., laundry)