Keystone offers a variety of programs designed to keep seniors living in the community. Programs include homemaking, care management and more.
Aging with Dignity and Choice
We all benefit when our community is strong. In-Home services fosters a strong community with neighbors helping neighbors.
Holistic approach to aging
Our holistic approach to supporting people as they age includes offering support services as needed so seniors can continue to thrive in their community. Keystone offers programs for active seniors to remain healthy and social and when the time comes and more supports are needed, Keystone offers Meals on Wheels, In-Home Services and Care Consultation.
Keystone’s In-Home Services help seniors “age in place” with dignity, connection and choice. Keystone has a comprehensive selection of In-Home Services to support seniors and caregivers in the place they call home. Providing services that are flexible and tailored to the needs and desires of the individual is at the core of what we do.
Locally prepared delicious and nutritious meals are delivered by a neighborhood volunteer. Meals on Wheels can be designed to meet the specific needs of each participant. Learn more about Keystone’s Meals on Wheels program.
Highly trained and experienced social workers provide critical services to help seniors navigate their health, economic and social needs. Social workers work with the senior and family to asses needs, set goals and make referrals to programs and services accordingly. Read more about Keystone’s Care Management services.
Block Nurse Services
Keystone offers Block Nurse services in St. Paul’s West 7th neighborhood. Keystone Block Nurse services are coordinated by senior care managers and provided by licensed staff from Recover Health. Services available include in-home nursing care to monitor and treat health conditions, in-home therapies and home health aides to assist with daily care. Contact us for more information about our in-home services.
Keystone Foodmobile Distributions are Cancelled Until Further Notice
The Rice Street Foodshelf will be closed Thursday, May 12 and Friday, May 13.
Due to catalytic converter theft, our Foodmobile distributions are cancelled until further notice. We are doing our best to get the vehicles fixed and back on the road as quickly as we can!
Additionally, the Rice Street Food Shelf will be closed on 5/12 and 5/13 for deep cleaning and volunteer training. Rice Street will resume regular hours on Monday, 5/16. If you are in need of food support, please visit our Midway Food Shelf.