Keystone Adult Day Program(865) 483-6631

How Keystone is Funded

Keystone shares the 501 (c) (3) non-profit tax designation with First United Methodist Church in Oak Ridge, and while it receives no direct financial support from the church, it is granted the space it utilizes at no charge.  Keystone is funded by participant fees, grants, fundraising activities, and donations of money, goods and services.  It is our commitment to keep Keystone an affordable care option for caregivers.  We have reasonable private pay rates as well as alternative funding through scholarships and specific government programs.  We consider each participant’s financial needs on a case-by-case basis and will work to meet those needs.


Keystone receives community grants from the United Way of Anderson County, the Margaret Loving Trust and National Family Caregivers.

Jim and Renate Turner Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Jim and Renate Turner Memorial Scholarship Fund was established to allow Keystone to offer its services to individuals who are unable to pay the participant fees.  Donations to this fund are always appreciated.  Please inquire about other available financial scholarships in the area.