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Keystone Human Services provides comprehensive community-based services for children, young people, adults and families in the areas of developmental disabilities, intellectual disabilities, autism, mental health, early intervention and children and youth services.
Keystone is a family of nonprofit organizations that is committed to creating an environment where all people can grow, make choices and be valued and contributing members of society. Since 1972, Keystone has developed a comprehensive array of services and supports for people who are at risk or who have special needs. We have a rich history and a clear vision of how we can all work to create a better world. A set of highly developed values guides our work.
The Divisions, Subsidiaries and Corporations of Keystone
- Keystone Service Systems, Inc.
- Intellectual Disabilities Services
- Mental Health Services
- Capital Area Head Start
- Susquehanna Service Dogs
- Keystone Autism Services
- Key Human Services, Inc.
- Keystone Human Services International
- Keystone Moldova
- Keystone Institute
- Keystone Partnership
Enduring commitment to the people served
Keystone has a deep and enduring commitment to the people who use our services. We work to promote our Vision of a world in which all people can be valued and contributing members of society.
A volunteer community Board
The Board of Keystone Human Services is comprised entirely of volunteers who come to our work with a deep personal commitment. The Board Members have responsibility for the stewardship of the resources entrusted to our care, and for setting system-wide policy, planning, mission, oversight and strategy. Many Keystone Board Members are family advocates who have a relative experiencing serious mental or physical disabilities.