An Innovative Approach to Integrative Behavioral Health
At Pacific Quest, we create life-changing experiences for teens and young adults. Our integrative behavioral health approach to whole-person wellness helps participants build sustainable life skills in a clinically-innovative and nurturing environment.
Age 13-17: Helping kids realize their potential.
At Pacific Quest, we take a strengths-based approach to help our students get to the roots of their challenges, learn sustainable skills, and realize their resilience and ability.
We disrupt cycles of internalized stress, anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, and other mental health challenges. By equipping our students with the tools they need to lead healthier, more fulfilling lives, we’re cultivating change and promoting sustainable growth.
A Versatile Community of Professionals
Our dedicated team of clinicians, physicians, therapists, psychiatrists, nurses, and nutritionists work collaboratively to create individualized treatment plans. Every family and student is assigned a primary therapist who guides this process from beginning to end, ensuring a seamless and impactful experience.
What Sets Pacific Quest Apart
Established in 2004, Pacific Quest represents the evolution of wilderness therapy. Our behavioral health program integrates nature’s healing capabilities and a residential program’s clinical resources and safety. We use horticultural therapy, individualized experiences, and a treatment approach that prioritizes whole-person wellness. Through these tools, our program equips young people to lead better, more fulfilling lives.
Located on the Big Island of Hawaii, our program is rooted in connection to nature and sustainable growth.Growth
Each young person at Pacific Quest learns to navigate life transitions—both now and in the future. `Change
Our wellness program centers on the mind-body connection and provides tools for young people to care for both.Wellness
We have the opportunity to work with the parents whose students have gone through the program and transitioned into long-term care. The parents consistently share that the experience at PQ was significant and enriching not only for their young person but the parents and ultimately the entire family. They feel supported and included throughout the experience and appreciate both the concepts as well as the practical tools they can practice and continue to use.