- Apr 1, 2018
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Dear Partnerships for People Colleague,
Charles Hooker, President and CEO of Keystone Human Services, and I are extremely pleased to announce that Partnerships for People and Keystone Human Services have joined forces. Keystone has been serving people with disability for almost 50 years and shares our commitment to real community inclusion. Keystone currently has comprehensive services throughout Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Connecticut, and also works in the countries of Moldova and India. Together, we will grow and continue to develop innovative supports for vulnerable people in New Jersey.
Both organizations benefit from our combined professional expertise. By becoming a subsidiary of Keystone Human Services, Partnerships will be in a position to focus on our long-term strategy. We can combine the very best in administrative and leadership support from Keystone with our continued dedication to the people we support to create unparalleled community services.
I know that many of you will have questions about this acquisition. Please reach out directly to me with your questions. While there will be many changes, our role as a trusted partner in the community will continue to be our foundation. We look forward to growing and reaching more communities in the future.
With our shared passion for supporting people in the community, we will work together to advance the human spirit across New Jersey