To promote and provide services to individuals with autism, including but not limited to vocational, and recreational services.
Operate an adult day program, which meets the diversity of vocational, recreational and residential needs of adults with autism – throughout their lifespan.
Achieve a high standard of excellence via organizational accountability and effectiveness through rigorous planning, benchmarking, parent/guardian input, program evaluation and assessment.
Share knowledge through community outreach, and create an effective program model that can be replicated by other non-profits.
Continually work to renew and evolve our organization by seeking collaborative relationship with community, advocacy, businesses and other professional organizations.
Engage professional trustees, skilled leadership & staff as well as passionate, committed families who are dedicated to helping us achieve our mission and vision.
Quest is an approved Medicaid service provider and is licensed by the New Jersey Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD). Funding is received through the state’s waiver program, that may cover all or a portion of the services of participants. To close the gap between public funding and the cost to deliver a higher quality of services, Quest also receives annual grants through the Quest Autism Foundation, a 501 (c) (3) charitable organization that is dedicated to raising money to support programs that support adult services.
Moe’s has enjoyed a very close relationship with Quest and I can personally attest to the great contribution they make not only to my business, but to the community at large.
— A. Lee DiPrizito, Owner, Moe’s Southwest Grill