Create Inclusive Communities.
Build a Better World.
Change Lives.

All people, regardless of ability, can grow, make choices, and be valued members of the community.

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Speeding Toward Her Goals

Hillary McFadden is an entrepreneur who started her own business creating braille menus for local restaurants. She's also a competitive speed skater, and now you can find her on the cover of Business Woman.

Read the article to discover how Hillary began approaching restaurant owners and got the toes of her skates in the door to join the speed skating team.

Our Corporate Structure

In our 45-year history of deinstitutionalization around the world, we have been known by many names. We are unified by our commitment to creating a world where people have the support and freedom to explore their interests, pursue their dreams, and live meaningful lives at home, work, school, and in the community.

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Careers with KHS

Find a rewarding career with Keystone Human Services, where you make a difference in people's lives every day. We have a variety of positions available at our many locations. Whether you work directly with the people we support or have a role in administration, you are promoting inclusion for all people. Search our jobs by location to find one near you.

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Global Impact





New Jersey


6,798 people served

$177,150,000 annual revenue

3,299 total employees

443,870 total volunteer hours

Annual Report

Relationships, inclusion, independence, community, and dignity are powerful forces in our vision of a world where all people belong and are welcomed. Read our 2017-2018 Annual Report to see our global impact.

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Entrepreneur Creates Braille Menus

Hillary McFadden enjoys eating international cuisine, but because she has a vision impairment, she's unable to read restaurant menus independently. Recognizing an unmet need, she's now starting her own business creating Braille menus for local restaurants.

Read Hillary's Story

Kindergarten Inclusion

“Ruxanda has made great progress not only physically but also emotionally and socially, because she is among other children.” She is thriving in kindergarten, where she plays and learns alongside her classmates. Children belong in families and in school with their peers.

Read Ruxanda's Story

A Better Life at Home

Everyone deserves the opportunity to thrive in their community. After spending 30 years in a residential institution, brothers Rich, Derek, and Lester are now living together in a home where they are able to fully enjoy biking, cooking, and other activities.

Read the Brothers' Story