Keystone Place

Starkey began construction in December 2016 on Keystone Place, four duplexes in west Wichita that will provide housing for 32 people with disabilities. The project is being developed and built by Vintage Construction, and funded with low-income housing tax credits through the Kansas Housing Resources Corporation. Andover State Bank is the financing partner…

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Over the Years Award

Starkey received the Wichita Area Metro Chamber of Commerce’s Over The Years Award at the Chamber’s annual Honors Night, on April 7 at Beech Activity Center. The Over The Years Award is given to companies and organizations that have exhibited a longstanding performance as good business citizens and are major contributors to the Wichita area’s…

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New program building

Starkey will open a new building for day programs in spring 2016, thanks to assistance from Sedgwick County. The building will house the Passport Program and part of the Gateway Program, which will free up space in Starkey’s Morrison Building and allow for growth in these areas. The Sedgwick County Developmental Disability Organization…

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