Keystone Human Services International (KHSI) promotes strong, culturally relevant community-based human service systems and equal rights for children, adults, and families throughout the world so that all people can fill culturally valued roles and have equal access to all society has to offer.
By promoting the rights of the most vulnerable people, the world becomes a safer place for everyone.
Our International Work
Founded in 2003 as a subsidiary of KHSI and a registered non-governmental organization in Moldova, Keystone Human Services International Moldova Association provides community-based services and supports for children, adults, and families living in difficult social situations. Keystone Moldova also works with national and local governments to develop a framework for a sustainable, community-based service system so people with disability can lead full, meaningful lives in the community.
Keystone Institute India
In 2015, KHSI partnered with The Hans Foundation in India to strengthen the inclusion of people with disability in India. Keystone Institute India is a program of KHSI. This national educational institute on disability, community, and innovation provides training and consultation related to the creation of responsive community supports for men, women, and children living in India with disability.
Other International Initiatives
KHSI has provided training, consultation, and technical assistance on inclusion and developing and implementing community-based services for governmental agencies, human services professionals, advocates, and other leaders. All of these initiatives aim to create inclusive communities where people with disability and their families are welcomed and accepted.