Quest Support Services Inc. was established in the fall of 1993. It started as a Community Access Program offering daytime supports to 7 individuals in the Lethbridge area. Today Quest has grown to support nearly 200 children and adults living in Southern Alberta.
Quest receives its funding through various government bodies including: Disability Services, Southwest Alberta Child & Family Services, the Government of Nunavut as well as the Government of Yukon.
Quest employs over 400 staff, most of whom offer direct hands-on support to the people receiving services. We employ a diverse group of people, each who bring with them a unique set of skills and talents. Many of our staff come with experience as professionals such as retired teachers and nurses, others come to us excited to learn more about the disability sector. Our organization prides itself on offering tailored and unique supports which enhance the lives of various people of all abilities.
To provide quality services which enhance the lives of people with disabilities.
Breaking Barriers; Creating Opportunities
Inclusion: We empower people to become valuable, and contributing members of their communities.
Innovation: We embrace new ideas and creative planning.
Safety: We believe that we all share the benefits of a healthy and safe environment.
Respect: We value the diverse abilities, wishes, rights, and traditions of each other.
Collaboration: We strive to create an atmosphere that promotes trust to foster a team environment.
Excellence: We strive for a high standard of quality and achievement.
Personalization: We tailor our supports to the unique strengths of each person.
Every three years the Agency sets goals to achieve our Mission and work towards the Vision that we have adopted.
The goals we have established for 2019-2022 are:
#1 Enhance Quest’s Health and Safety Culture
#2 Enhance Quality of Services through Technology
An educated, healthier and empowered workforce.
Enhanced person-centered supports.
Updated: April 2021
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MEET & GREET
Interested in hearing more about what Quest has to offer? Contact your Community Service Coordinator at Disability Services or Child & Family Services to set up an appointment to meet us. This meeting usually takes place at the Quest main office, Disability Services office, or a place of your choosing. We can talk about what you are looking for and what Quest has to offer you, and go from there.
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