Keon Center

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Starting July 1st we will offer Community-Based Pre-Voc Services for current and new consumers. Programing will take place in-community at various training sites under the direction of a life skill coach.


Pathways to Employment Services have begun at Keon which will help interested consumers to determine individualized plans that will reflect personal interests in employment goals to experience a variety of employment opportunities that will aid in determining future employment tracks.


Bill Melville was recently honored by the Hendrick Hudson Lions Club at The Beekman Golf Club for his 37 years of service at the Keon Center. The Lions Club presented a check for $500.00 to the Center.  



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The Keon Center Inc.
2 John Walsh Blvd.
Peekskill, NY 10566

Phone: 914-737-6980
Fax: 914-737-7253

Welcome to Keon Center!




Staff Directory

Visit our Staff Directory page in order to contact any of our staff by email or phone.


Programs and Services

The Keon Center provides many programs and services to meet the changing needs of our consumers.


Photo Gallery

Our photo gallery is coming soon. We can't wait to share pictures of the activities here at Keon Center.




Thank you for visiting the Keon Center's website.

We are a non-profit agency that has served the developmentally disabled since our incorporation in 1954. We have developed many program changes over the years to meet the changing needs of our consumers, and we are committed to developing services that are driven towards future growth.

Our dedicated staff strives to bring our clients to the highest level of independence that can be achieved. We hope that the following pages provide the information that you need. Please feel free to contact us at the Center for more information or drop by to visit us. 

Dennis Keon

This Site is Dedicated
to the Memory of
Dennis Keon.


Dennis was one of our original consumers, and we had the pleasure of sharing his life for over 50 years.


Dennis' family were pioneers. They raised Dennis at home and he truly became an active part of the community. We are named after Dennis' father who was instrumental in giving us the brick & mortar of our first school.


While we have grown over the years from a school to an agency now serving disabled adults in a variety of programs, we have maintained the Keon name to honor the efforts put forth by Dennis' family in fostering the dream of community living and reaching goals that at the time seemed unreachable.


We are truly blessed for all that Dennis gave over the years. He will always be with us.


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