Quest Swimming has implemented the required USA Swimming Minor Athlete Abuse Prevention Policy (MAAPP), effective June 23, 2019. Please read below the full policy, which is an additional, supplemental policy for Quest Swimming. The MAAPP and the Quest Swimming Safe Sport polices (found on the Quest website and within the Quest handbook) are now considered one policy for all members of the Quest Swimming program.
• MINOR ATHLETE ABUSE PREVENTION POLICY (MAAPP) - effective, June 23rd, 2019 - PLEASE READ:  click here
USA Swimming - Safe Sport Best Practice Guidelines: click here
Important Contacts with regard to Safe Sport:
• USA Swimming Director of Safe Sport
Abigail Howard, [email protected]
• USA Swimming Safe Sport Senior Manager
Liz Hahn, [email protected]
• USA Swimming Safe Sport Coordinator
Tiffany Midkiff, [email protected]
• Virginia Swimming Safe Sport Coordinator
Maureen Tolliver, [email protected]
• Quest Swimming Safe Sport Coordinator
Coach Chad Onken, [email protected]
Other Important Links:

USA Swimming Safe Sport Abuse Reporting Form: click here 

SwimAssist (USA Swimming Safe Sport)
Email [email protected] or call 719-866-4578 and ask for USA Swimming Safe Sport staff
Contact the US Center for Safe Sport to make a report
Use the online reporting form
Call (833) 5US-SAFE (833-587-7233) or to access live, confidential help over the phone, call 1-866-200-0796 
Find more information HERE

Additional support services in place for survivors include:

National Children’s AllianceNCA represents the national network of Child Advocacy Centers (CAC). CAC’s host a multidisciplinary team of law enforcement, child protective services, victim advocates and mental health practitioners who investigate instances of child abuse and neglect. Visit for more information.

National Sexual Assault HotlineThe national hotline serves people affected by sexual violence. To search for local centers, visit or call the hotline phone number 800-656-HOPE.

National Suicide Prevention LifelineThe National Suicide Prevention Lifeline provides a national network of 160 local crisis centers and provides free and confidential emotional support to people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Click for help.