Cheyenne came to the Keystone Mission cast aside, broken, and homeless. She is a veteran in the United States Army and found herself homeless with no hope in sight. Cheyenne walked into the mission seeking a sense of direction after experiencing all the red tape from other local organizations.
Cheyenne is now in her own apartment with her cat, Cinderella. Here at Keystone. Mission, we seek to build LONG-TERM success and sustainability rather than short-term relief.
Join the Keystone Mission and Miller-Keystone Blood Center for an upcoming fundraiser that will save lives in the Scranton and Wilkes-Barre community. Learn more at the button below.
It cost to provide a meal to a hungry person in Northeast PA.
Individuals face homelessness in Northeastern Pennsylvania.