Keystone Human Services International

Key Areas of Work: Children with Disabilities, De-Institutionalization, Reintegration, Prevention of Institutionalization

Background: 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.

What They Do: Keystone Human Services International Moldova Association promotes the social inclusion of people living in difficult social situations, including people with disability, supporting them to live, work, go to school, and fully participate in all the community has to offer. Keystone Moldova works with the government and local public authorities to develop the framework for sustainable community-based services and supports. Through Keystone's work, people with disabilities have left institutions and joined the community, where they live, work, and go to school. Many others have received the support they need to prevent them from being institutionalized, so they can continue to live among their family, friends, and neighbors and fully enjoy all the opportunities the community has to offer.

In India, Keystone Human Services is working to improve the lives of people with disability and energize a growing national movement toward a more just and inclusive Indian society where all people are valued and belong. 

Where They Work: Moldova and India

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