Quest Deliverance House is a non-medical residential treatment program for women experiencing problems with drugs and alcohol. Women who are pregnant are welcome and encouraged to come where babies can have the opportunity to begin life in a drug and alcohol free environment. Children up to age 5 may stay with their mothers in rooms especially designed for infants and toddlers.
ABOUT QUEST DELIVERANCE HOUSE
One of five residential rehab facilities opened at the end of 2013 that make up Quest Recovery and Prevention Services, Quest Deliverance House offers non-medical substance abuse treatment for adult women. The facility provides outpatient care, partial hospitalization or day treatment, and residential long-term treatment. Detox services are not offered on-site.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
Many kinds of women are accepted for treatment at Quest Deliverance House, including those with co-occurring mental health disorders, seniors or older adults, pregnant or postpartum women, DUI or DWI offenders, and criminal justice clients. Beds can also be provided for clients’ children up to the age of five.
Residents do not stay longer than 120 days. Individuals receive 30 hours of individual and group therapy and education per week. Residents who cannot obtain traditional housing after treatment are also welcome to stay while they begin working and seek permanent housing.
Outpatient treatment options include weekly counseling and groups, as well an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) that meets three or five days a week.
The treatment team includes licensed and certified substance abuse counselors.
ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES
According to, women at Quest Deliverance House have their own bedroom and private bathroom. The residence also offers a serenity pond and a playground in the backyard.
WHAT ALUMI SAY
Reviews for Quest Deliverance House are generally positive. The only consistent complaint was that the facility allows repeated admissions.
On alum, Tracy, who gave the facility three stars for meals and accommodations and five stars for treatment effectiveness, highlighted the facility’s strengths as: “Getting to root of issues, teaching accountability, encouraging family involvement.” The only complaint she expressed was, as previously mentioned, their openness to multiple admissions, saying: “it's about willingness. By allowing repeated admissions, could be taking from someone who never had a chance at treatment!” Another anonymous alum echoed Tracy’s complaint and positive review, noting the facility’s well-trained staff and hours as strengths.
On external reviews’ site, Citehealth, a former client gave Quest Deliverance House an overall rating of five-stars, saying: “I went thru the house and it is a wonderful program and will work if you are HONEST and WILLING.”
Payment methods accepted at Quest Deliverance House include self-payment, Medicaid, state insurance (other than Medicaid), private health insurance, and military insurance. Sliding fee scales and facility payment assistance are also accepted thanks to funding received from the Mental Health and Recovery Services Board of Stark County and the Sisters of Charity Foundation.
Updated December 2015