At Keystone Village, our Mission is to create a residential community that serves intellectually and developmentally disabled adults for a lifetime.
The Senate Study Committee on People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities and Waiver Plan Access was created through the adoption of Senate Resolution 770, authored by Sen. Sally Harrell (D - Atlanta), during the 2022 Legislative Session.
Keystone Village has received its 501(c)3 determination letter, and we are officially recognized as a non-profit organization. THANK YOU to all who support our efforts. There’s a lot to do, and with your help we will succeed. (Photo L to R: Gary Gettis, Beth Burns, Tammy Miller, Bettina Hammond)
Our Leadership Team is committed to providing a safe, supportive enviroment for adults with special needs.
Keystone was built to provide purpose to adults with special needs, where love and opportunities for personal growth abound.
A donation as small as $10 will make a huge impact on our ability to grow and thrive. We value each and every contribution