Key Development Center, Inc. is a 501(c)3 nonprofit, CARF accredited, licensed substance abuse prevention and treatment provider with over 17 years' experience in the Livingston County area. KDC offers a wide range of substance abuse services, including prevention, education, outpatient treatment, screening, assessment, referral and follow-up, and dual enhanced treatment.
Two Old Men on Old Man River
Mike Malott and Dave Randolph's trip down the Mississippi will serve as a fundraiser for Key Development Center in Brighton, Michigan and the Hope Center in Lexington, Kentucky.
This fundraiser is in memory of Colin Crumm, who struggled with alcohol addiction most of his adult life. He was a good friend until the bottle got the better of him many years ago. He passed away in August 2015 from cancer. In the last few years of his life, he achieved sobriety and became a substance abuse counselor himself and worked to help others regain control of their lives. http://www.silveroutsider.com/
Opening doors to recovery, health and well-being.
Recovery is Never Out of Reach...
Committed to excellence in all that we do. Care that is compassionate and inspires hope. Empowering staff with the skills and tools to get the job done.
Fiscal viability/sustainability adaptable to changing
Key Development Center depends upon the trust of its constituents to fulfill its mission. Clients have a right to expect that, in fulfilling its mission, Key Development Center and its employees and officers will perform their duties honestly, efficiently, and economically.
Key Development Center, Inc. (KDC) holds respect for the worth, dignity and capability of every human being as its primary value. Therefore KDC shall not discriminate against anyone on the basis of race, color, language, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, martial status, physical or mental ability, economic condition or national ancestry.