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Susquehanna Service Dogs Email
Keystone Human Services

1078 Gravel Hill Road
Grantville, PA 17028

717-599-5920 - voice

Office HoursMonday-Friday 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Contact 1Ms. Pam Foreman
Program Director
717-599-5920 - voice
pforeman@keystonehumanservices.org
Contact 2Ms. Kerry Wevodau
Development Director
717-599-5920 - voice
kwevodau@keystonehumanservices.org
PurposeSusquehanna Service Dogs raises, trains, and places service dogs and hearing dogs, as well as facility dogs, to assist children and adults with disability to become more independent.
ServiceFounded in 1993 by a group of dedicated volunteers, today SSD has placed over 300 service dogs with people throughout Pennsylvania and the surrounding states. It is a program of Keystone Human Services and are an accredited member of Assistance Dogs International (ADI). SSD works hard to find the perfect match between a person and a service dog. Whether our service dogs are retrieving dropped items or opening a door, they’re assisting their partner to live a full, rich life as independently as possible. Individuals interested in obtaining a service dog must complete an application process which can be found on our website. Fees: Fee for services for getting a dog are $5,000.
FeesFee for services for getting a dog are $5,000.
Area ServedPennsylvania and some surrounding states; applicants must travel to Harrisburg for preliminary meetings, Meet the Dogs, and a two and a half week training when placement occurs.
SubjectsDisabled, Hearing Ear Dogs, Volunteers - Needed
Last Updated28 February 2021