Individuals and families turning to Keystone often come in crisis and stay to build stability. Food and housing insecurity, medical crises, loss of a job or transportation and social isolation all weaken the stability of a household.
Keystone offers basic needs support, crisis assistance, ongoing case management, coaching and education. These services relieve immediate stress for low-income neighbors while also helping them build a more stable foundation for their future.
Get Crisis assistance support
Keystone connects people in crisis situations to resources for housing, utilities and other basic needs. Please contact our Crisis Assistance line at 651-917-3883 to assess eligibility for one-time emergency help. Information and referrals for other community resources are also provided.
Case Management Services
In partnership with the Suburban Ramsey Family Collaborative, Keystone provides school-linked case management services for families within two of the suburban Ramsey County school districts. Through this partnership, Keystone community social workers offer families support while helping them establish and achieve family functioning goals. They advocate on behalf of clients and help them in locating and accessing a variety of community-based resources. To learn more, call 651-603-6655.