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Through the Eyes of a Host Family in Moldova

Families in Tudora are opening their homes to refugees from Ukraine, providing a safe place for people to live as they prepare for the next step in their journey. Keystone Moldova spoke with a family who has been hosting refugees since February 26. Here’s their story in their own words:
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Families in Tudora Open Their Homes to Ukrainians

Families in Tudora, Moldova have opened their homes to Ukrainians seeking refuge, doubling and sometimes tripling the number of people living in their homes. People are stretching their own resources to provide for additional people. This unparalleled generosity is what characterizes Moldova’s response to the war in Ukraine. Individual families, NGOs, and the country are...
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Keystone Human Services Announces Planned Executive Succession

(Harrisburg, PA, April 14, 2022) Keystone Human Services announced today that Charles J. Hooker III will retire as President and CEO, effective January 2023. Charles S. Sweeder, current Executive Vice President, will succeed him as the third President and CEO in KHS history.
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Mental Health Needs During a Crisis

A little girl paints a picture, swirling colors on the paper. Another child builds a tower with blocks. A mother sips tea and takes a moment just to breathe.
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Mapping the Needs of Ukrainians with Disabilities

When Ukrainians with disability cross the border into Moldova, Keystone Moldova is there to help them either stay or travel through to other countries. As more Ukrainians with disability seek refuge from the war, we are making sure that they’re included in relief efforts.
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Dr. Ludmila Malcoci Speaks about Relief Efforts for Ukrainians with Disability

Keystone Human Services remains committed to our work in Eastern Europe supporting people with disability and building a more inclusive world. We strongly condemn the aggression against Ukraine and stand in full support of the Ukrainian people.
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Urgent Needs: Financial and Humanitarian Aid

Keystone Human Services remains committed to our work in Eastern Europe supporting people with disability and building a more inclusive world. We strongly condemn the aggression against Ukraine and stand in full support of the Ukrainian people.
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We Stand with Ukraine

Keystone Human Services remains committed to our work in Eastern Europe supporting people with disability and building a more inclusive world. We strongly condemn the aggression against Ukraine and stand in full support of the Ukrainian people.
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New Year, New Career, Higher Pay Rates

Direct Support Professionals (DSP) will now receive $16/hour in our services in Pennsylvania, and Community Support Professionals (CSP) now start at $16.50/hour at Keystone Autism Services. The pay rate increase reflects the critical role DSPs and CSPs play in supporting people with disability to live full lives. They live our mission every day, making inclusion...
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Self-Advocates Tell the UN: “We Want Institutions Closed”

Today marks the launch of a global report by self-advocates: “Closing Institutions and Living in the Community.” Keystone Human Services is proud to have participated in the development of this report, headed by Inclusion International.
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