Why should I choose VisionQuest Foster Care Services?
VisionQuest has served the Tucson Community for more than 40 years. Our knowledge and experience allow for high-quality service and care for children and families.
Time to change your expectations. VisionQuest is excited to introduce the first foster care support app Care Connect available exclusively through VisionQuest. Have access to video tutorials, crisis management tips, and all emergency numbers at your fingertips 24/7. All you need to do is commit and show up!
Our compassionate,dedicated and friendly staff provided ongoing support and training for foster families, including preparation groups, post care, follow-up and discharge support.
VisionQuest family finders work personally with your family in order to match your strengths with the unique needs of the child to ensure a quality match occurs.
We understand that communication and relationships are keys to a healthy partnership. VisionQuest has a high rate of contact between the licensing team and family. We also have an on-call team that allows us to place children and handle your emergencies 24/7, seven days a week
VisionQuest is an equal opportunity organization, and we believe a person’s race, gender, religion, or sexual orientation does not limit his or her ability to provide high quality to care to foster children.
"I would recommend VisionQuest Foster Care. Classes are engaging, fun, and a great learning experience. Thank you for preparing us for our new journey"
VISIONQUEST child and family services team
Director of Child & Family Services
Tom experience spans more than a decade working with children and families. He is currently pursuing his Masters in Social Work at Arizona State University. He received his Bachelor of Art in Psychology from La Salle University in Philadelphia. Tom has comprehensive experience in trauma informed care, as well as evidence based practices. Along with being the Director of the VisionQuest Foster Care program, Tom has been a VisionQuest trainer in Safe Crisis Management and a national VisionQuest trainer in Aggression Replacement Training.
Megan began her career in childcare 10 years ago working as a preschool teacher, a volunteer for AmeriCorps, and an ELL teacher. She has been a member of the VisionQuest team for the past two and a half years.
Clinton received his bachelor's degree in English and minor in Education from the University of Arizona. He taught high school English before joining VisionQuest in 2012 working as a Child Care Worker Supervisor. He now acts as National Trainer for VisionQuest and is excited to share his experience and creativity with those interested in becoming Foster Parents and VisionQuest employees alike.