Keystone graciously accepted a donation from TC Transcontinental RBW Graphics as part of their Health and Safety Community Partner Program. The program recognizes commitment and performance in ensuring a safe and healthy workspace and allows staff to award a donation to a charitable organization of their choice. We are thankful to be one of the chosen recipients.
The support of local community business partners and individuals is paramount to helping us meet the needs of children, youth and families in Grey and Bruce County. To learn how you can become a donor and support youth in our community, please click here.
A two part virtual information workshop- for families with children aged 6-12.
Strategies to improve behavior and strengthen your relationship with your child.
Virtually on May 28th and June 4th from 12:00pm -1:15pm
Presenters will stay on for 30 minutes to answer questions.
Please register by calling 519-371-4773 Ext 0
Keystone Child, Youth & Family Services remains committed to the health and safety of our families and our employees while being responsive to the ongoing needs of our community during the COVID-19 outbreak.
In accordance with public health guidelines with enhanced safety measures and precautions in place, we are accepting requests to meet clients in person. Our staff will continue to be available through video conferencing or by phone for those who prefer virtual access.
Please note that families will be provided appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and follow screening protocols upon entry to our offices.
For local, factual and research-based information on COVID-19 please visit: Read more COVID-19 Update- March 2021