Basic Organization Information
QuestCare Group Home, Inc.
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L Housing, Shelter
L80 Other Housing Support Services
P Human Services
P82 Developmentally Disabled Services/Centers
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Our mission is to give mentally challenged and/or addicted men a second chance at living. Our goal is to empower the men we serve to gain their self respect and participate in counseling and training that will enable them to be as self sufficient as possible and to lead productive lives.
Ms. Shakia Wright
Shakia Wright has worked extensively providing care for family members with developmental disabilities. She attended TSU with a Business Major.
QuestCare Group Home provides a place of refuge for men who would otherwise be homeless. We strive to be a leader in Metro Nashville’s Dual Housing/Substance Abuse recovery community.
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Highest Paid Employees & Their Compensation
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Care for mentally challenged or addicted men
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Questcare Group Home was founded in 2002 by Caldwell Wright to meet a recognized need for a group home and services for men who were homeless because they had been released from prison or a mental health treatment center. Since then, the organization has grown to provide care for twenty-six men in four individual group homes, which are staffed twenty-four hours each day, seven days per week. Veterans comprise 20 - 25% of the men in our program. Services provided include safe shelter, food, counseling, GED classes, Life Skills classes, peer counseling and job skills training.
Questcare Group Home is providing a second chance for mentally challenged or addicted men. Through nurturing, compassion and proper guidance, we strive to empower these men to gain self respect and a desire to achieve goals.
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Impact Summary from the Nonprofit
QuestCare Group Home is directly impacting the lives of the mentally challenged and/or addicted men we serve by giving them the encouragement and training they need to live as independently as possible. If the resident is capable of employment, our skilled staff provide the assistance he requires to make this possible.