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.
Over $4,000 was raised at our first Annual Disc Golf Tournament on August 27, 2022. The event was organized by Dale Hatcher from Disc Golf Scene, and by parent volunteer, Michael Jacob.
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