Thank you for your interest in Quest Counseling.
To provide substance use disorder and mental health services that exceeds expectations. We are committed to providing quality client care in an environment that promotes self-discovery and change.
This is what you can make happen with a grant of $1,000 to $10,000:
Residential group home support: food, activities and entertainment for residents, personal hygiene and cleaning supplies
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) training to provide trauma treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). PTSD often occurs after experiences such as military combat, physical assault, rape, or car accidents.
Financial support for co-pays and medications for clients that need mental health and substance abuse services but are unable to afford it
Our current funding priorities are:
Quest House for Adolescent Girls: Quest House is a transitional living program where adolescent girls live in a home-like environment. 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. Quest House programs include co-occurring treatment for clients experiencing substance use disorders and mental health conditions.
Quest House for Adolescent Boys: Quest House is a transitional living program where adolescent boys live in a home-like environment. 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. Quest House programs include co-occurring treatment for clients experiencing substance use disorders and mental health conditions.
Adolescent & Adult Outpatient Services for Substance Abuse and Mental Health: We are a behavioral health agency specializing in outpatient adolescent substance abuse services. We also provide outpatient substance abuse and mental health counseling for adults.
Call Jolene Dalluhn, Executive Director, to talk with her about these exciting grant opportunities. She can be reached at 775-786-6880, x103 or email@example.com
To make a grant from your Community Foundation Donor Advised Fund, please contact a member of our Stewardship Team at 775-333-5499.
Your donation allows us to provide better resources and services to those in your community who are in need of treatment.
Items we are always in need of are:
All household items
Personal hygiene items, male and female
Client incentives (gas cards, gift cards, pre-paid phone minutes, movie tickets, game tickets, etc)
Contact us if you are interested in partnering with Quest for fundraisers, guest speaking, community events, or volunteer opportunities.
Current partnerships with Quest include:
Northern Nevada HOPES
Nevada’s Recovery and Prevention (NRAP)
Join Together Northern Nevada (JTNN)
Sierra Arts Foundation
Center for the Application of Substance Abuse Technologies (CASAT).
Note-Able Music Therapy Services
Urban Lotus Project
Let us know if you would like to be a volunteer board member for Quest Counseling.
Thank you to Peggy Hubbard!
Our yearly donation from Peggy of stuffed animals for our clients’ families is in. We appreciate Peggy doing this for us every year in order to make families feel welcome on the holidays!
thank you to ans ventures, llc!
Quest Counseling would like to thank ANS Ventures, LLC, for making the opening of the Quest House for Girls possible!
Thank you Claim Jumper!
Claim Jumper in Reno hosted a fundraiser for Quest November 20th, 2018. 15% of sales was donated to Quest when Quest was mentioned. Thank you to everyone who attended!
thank you mod pizza!
MOD Pizza in Reno hosted a fundraiser for Quest March 1st, 2018, and made $313.00 for our agency. Thank you to everyone who attended!
more donor honors coming soon
Quest would like to thank all our past donors who have contributed to our agency over the years. This space will be reserved for recognizing them individually, but we wouldn’t like to forget anyone. We appreciate your patience while we collect names, photos, and words of praise.