Harbor’s Quest Program provides adult day and vocational services to assist individuals with developmental disabilities to reach their optimum potential, improve their quality of life, and increase their level of independence in the community.
Staff Qualifications - Harbor is committed to the development of a caring, competent, and well-qualified workforce. All staff providing direct services are trained in First Aid, CPR, Rights, Behavior Supports, Medication Administration, Safety, and other DODD required training.
Guiding Principles - Everyone has the potential to learn new skills. Quest participants are encouraged to stretch their abilities and knowledge to realize new ideas and skills.
Individualized Program - One size doesn’t fit most. Participants can choose services that are most meaningful to them, and are supported as they take part in developing their own outcomes and goals. We provide a positive, success-oriented environment, which promotes growth, self-confidence, and feelings of self-worth.
Vocational Habilitation and Community Employment - Earn money working on tasks in our facility or enjoy a job in the community. Quest offers job readiness and employment skill training, organization employment, paid piece work, job development, and work enclaves.
Non-Medical Transportation -If eligible, Quest can provide transportation to and from the program. Quest staff will provide or coordinate transportation for all who participate in community-based activities and community employment.
Integrated Care - Convenient access to an integrated care physician, in-house pharmacy and counseling services within the Harbor building.
Eligibility - Must be 18 years of age or older, out of high school, and eligibile for servies through the county's Board of Developmental Disabilities.
Funding - County Board Individual Budget, Level One Waiver, Individual Options Waiver, SELF Waiver, and private pay.
For More Information:
Call Karen Yount, Director
5151 Monroe St., Suite 104