Our program is based in Hawaii, and our surroundings play a large role in our therapeutic practices—from horticultural therapy to outdoor recreational activities and the communities our students serve. Pacific Quest operates on a 25-acre farm with residential homes and facilities.
Reed’s Bay Facility
Pacific Quest at Reed’s Bay sits on a 5-acre waterfront property. The 8,000 square-foot facility includes a large kitchen and simple but modern sleeping quarters. A portion of each student’s stay takes place at our tropical farming site, where students learn gardening skills and set their own goals for their success in the program.
Situated in an agricultural community just 15 min southeast of Hilo, our three well-equipped homes provide a platform for community living. View more photos >
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.