Quest Recovery and Prevention Services is a non-profit organization in Ohio that began in 1969 as two separate agencies that treated substance abuse disorders. At the time, Quest viewed recovery from drug and alcohol abuse as separate issues but in 1983 merged its two facilities under Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services. Today, Quest caters to adults and adolescents with substance abuse disorders through inpatient rehab, an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), traditional outpatient, aftercare and prevention education programs.
Accommodations and Food
There are four residential treatment facilities at Quest: Smith House (for adolescent males), Wilson Hall for adult men, Deliverance House (for adult women) and BRIGHT House, a new home for adolescent females. At all four houses, the length of stay is anywhere from 30 to 120 days, with the average being 90 days.
At Smith House, there are 24 residents living in the recently renovated cottage with one to two residents per room. The house has dorm-like rooms with wooden floors and cabinets, a common room for group sessions, a community kitchen and a large communal bathroom facility. There is a canteen for residents to choose from candy, snacks and other incidentals. Wilson Hall is similar and also houses up to 24 men.
BRIGHT House is for women under the age of 18 for whom alcohol addiction is the primary issue. It houses 12 clients at a time in a dorm-like setting with an identical aesthetic to Smith Hall (with the exception of light purple cinder block walls). The girls are able to decorate the walls of their rooms with pictures, letters and postcards. The communal space is friendly and inviting, with black leather coaches and a large fish tank.
Deliverance House is a residence for adult women that looks very much like an estate. The bedrooms are single-occupancy and large enough for children up to the age of five to stay with their mothers. Rooms are carpeted, the walls are a pleasant pale yellow and each room includes a desk and a chest of drawers. Both Deliverance House and Wilson Hall offer transitional living as clients begin their search for permanent housing in recovery.
Each residential building has its own full-time cook who prepares a wide range of healthy meals in-house—including salads and sandwiches like steak and pepper subs.
Treatment and Staff
Quest substance abuse treatment programs are based on 12-step principles. Clients begin their treatment with an individual assessment from a certified counselor who helps determine what route is best for treatment. Residential inpatient, outpatient and IOP treatment programs include individual therapy, group therapy, Motivational Interviewing, CBT, rational emotive therapy, expressive therapy and art therapy.
Therapy and meetings are available for residents at their group homes. Outpatient treatment requires clients to attend group and individual therapy one to two times per week at any of the five locations. Quest also offers methadone and Suboxone treatment at their main office in Canton. IOP is four to five weeks long and requires clients to meet three days a week for three hour sessions in individual or group therapy.
Staff consists of certified substance abuse counselors and housing directors and managers.
Quest offers specialized support groups for veterans and members of the LGBTQ community.
Quest Recovery and Prevention Services allows young and mature clients to take their time in order to achieve “slowbriety,” while gaining confidence as they recover in a comfortable setting. Prospective clients will be met with support through every early phase of recovery, from residential to aftercare.
Quest Recovery and Prevention Services
1341 Market Avenue North
Canton, OH 44714
Quest Recovery and Prevention Services Cost: Sliding scale (30 days). Reach Quest Recovery and Prevention Services by phone at (330) 453-8252 or by email. Find Quest Recovery and Prevention Services on Facebook
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