History

Quality Trust was founded as part of a settlement in the class action lawsuit ( Evans v the District of Columbia), that closed the District’s institution for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, Forest Haven.  We were incorporated in March, 2001 and the Board of Directors was appointed by the Mayor in August/September, 2001. Fully operational since May, 2002, Quality Trust has focused on assisting children and adults with developmental disabilities in the District of Columbia.

Our Values

  • We presume capacity, promote it, expand it and defend it in all our actions, policies and practice.
  • People should control all aspects of their lives, as desired.
  • Supports should reflect a lifespan approach. 
  • Families are a critical advocacy partner.
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