The mission of Keystone is to increase the ability of persons with disabilities to adjust to and remain in the community environments of their choice with personal success and satisfaction with as much independence as individually possible. Keystone’s residential services include two transitional housing programs, one long term housing program, a supportive apartment program and a psychosocial rehabilitation program. Keystone House, Inc. was incorporated in the state of Connecticut in 1972.
Keystone House was founded in 1972 as a non-profit organization providing rehabilitation services for individuals with psychiatric disorders. Keystone started with one home serving 12 clients, growing over the years to presently operating two group home level of care facilities with an additional facility providing long term supports. Our supported apartment program provides residential support for individuals with psychiatric disorders, those dually diagnosed with a co-occurring substance abuse disorder and those homeless or at risk of homelessness. The Community Living Center program offers social, cultural, educational, and rehabilitative programs as well as recreational opportunities. Currently, Keystone House programs and services assist nearly 300 clients per year.