Harrisburg-based Keystone Human Services today announced it acquired Impact Systems Inc. in Paoli, Chester County, for an undisclosed amount.
Impact Systems joined Keystone on Jan. 31 as a wholly owned subsidiary, according to Keystone.
Keystone is a nonprofit that provides community, family and educational services.
Impact Systems is a privately owned for-profit agency that serves individuals with intellectual disabilities, mental illness and autism in Chester, Cumberland, Dauphin, Delaware, Lehigh, Luzerne, Perry and Wyoming counties. It will be converted to a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization in the near future, but will retain its name, according to Keystone.
Impact Systems brings about $25 million in annual resources to the communities it serves, according to Keystone.
With the acquisition, Keystone brings nearly $125 million in resources to the communities and individuals it serves, according to the company.
Ann H. Moffitt, vice president of community development at Keystone, did not immediately return a phone call seeking comment on the acquisition price or possible workforce changes.d