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Establishing Good Health & Habits

The Quest Cares Team encourages residents to reimagine their quest for life.

Our core strength is providing comprehensive case management for individuals and families affected by behavioral health, addictions, and physical disabilities. We service the chronically homeless in our supportive service programs.

On average, most of our supportive housing residents have been homeless at least 7 years before entering our program.


Our CARF Accredited Supportive Services provide at-risk populations with intensive case management to address individual needs.

Collaborative Services


Community Housing: Integrated Alcohol & other Drugs /MH

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Individualized Case Management


Supportive Living: Mental Health (MH)

Collaborative Services

Optimal health is essential for our residents to thrive

We provide a full array of services for our residents, either directly or through partnerships, designed to facilitate self-sufficiency. We recognize that the more our residents feel valued and supported, the more self-sufficient they become.

Melissa Tyson

Director of Supportive Services

Coordinated Entry Workflow

How we receive Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) Referrals 

Collaborative Partners
Collaborative Partners
 We work with more than 75 nonprofit partners across Georgia to deliver a host of social, financial and health-related services for nearly 1,100 clients and residents annually
With the right Supportive Services, our residents thrive.

Healthcare Services

Chris 180

Grady Hospital

Mercy Care


Atlanta Community

Food Bank

Furniture Bank

of Metro Atlanta

Atlanta Police Foundation

OJT / Employment

Westside Works

Literacy Action

U.S. Dept. of Housing

& Urban Development

Affordable Housing

Quest Communities

Atlanta Housing Authority

Westside Future Fund

Case Management

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City of Refuge

Caring Works

Financial Education

On The Rise

Financial Center

Bank of America

Wells Fargo


of Quest residents do not return to lives of homelessness and neglect

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Comprehensive Solutions
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