Keystone Human Services (KHS) is a non-profit organization that is a part of a global movement to provide support and expertise to people with disabilities.
Keystone Human Services
Tracy Kralik, vice chairperson of Connecticut nonprofit Key Human Services, is the 2017 recipient of the Edna Silberman Humanitarian Service Award.
Harrisburg, PA (PRWeb) November 3, 2017—Keystone Human Services is pleased to present Tracy Kralik with the 2017 Edna Silberman Humanitarian Service Award. This award is given annually to an outstanding citizen who has made significant contributions to the community and Keystone Human Services and has played a major role in making Keystone’s vision real in the lives of others.
Born and raised in New Britain, CT, Tracy has dedicated herself to the spirit of volunteerism. She serves as the vice chairperson for Key Human Services’ Board of Directors, and she’s a member of the New Britain Commission on Persons with Disabilities. Tracy has also worked on the former CT Governor’s Committee on the Employment of Persons with Disabilities. In addition, she volunteers at the Hospital for Special Care and the CT Breast Health Initiative.
Tracy received the Edna Silberman Humanitarian Service Award during Keystone Human Services’ Annual Meeting, celebrating Keystone’s 45 years of service to the community.
Founded in 1972, Keystone Human Services is an international nonprofit that provides community-based services in the areas of intellectual disability, mental health, autism, and early intervention to support people with disability to live full, meaningful lives in the community. Keystone’s programs include Capital Area Head Start and Susquehanna Service Dogs. Keystone provides services and supports in Pennsylvania, Delaware, Connecticut, the Republic of Moldova, and India.
Key Human Services is a subsidiary of Keystone, located in Connecticut.