When we started our project, sixty-one individuals lived at Keystone Community Residence (154 Front Street in South Plainfield). Currently, just thirty-four people reside there. We anticipate that our Fords Group Home, in Woodbridge Township, will open November 15....Read More
We are pleased to announce a new addition to the Keystone Family, Mr. Paul Marshall. Paul will join Keisha Harris, Laurie Davis and Halisha Campbell as a fourth Program Director. Paul will report directly to Kristen Fantuzzi and provide administrative support as we continue our...Read More
It is our mission to provide people with developmental disabilities diverse opportunities to lead fulfilling lives.
In the early 1980’s, New Jersey officials asked Keystone City Residence located in Scranton, Pennsylvania, to provide services in New Jersey. Keystone City Residence was founded in 1964 by Mr. Ignatz Deutsch, the organization provided residential services to individuals with developmental disabilities in an urban environment, given access to social, cultural, educational and vocational activities in a community based setting.