Treatment

Residential Services

A program designed for 24- hour treatment services with priority given to pregnant substance abusing women.

Just because a woman is pregnant doesn't mean addiction disappears. Keystone's Residential Program began in 1998 with priority for pregnant women to provide the treatment the woman needs while also ensuring the baby she is carrying receives prenatal care. To date, Keystone's Residential Program has enabled the birth of over 100 healthy, drug free babies with a potential savings to taxpayers of $1.3 million per child-these children have avoided the devastating prenatal effects of substance abuse.



"Keystone has been a bright light in this darkness.  I cannot put into words how very much I have appreciated what I have gained here."  Keystone client