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Meet your Coordinator

Nayler lives in York, PA with his wife Darlene and two children. He received his bachelor’s in Management from Penn State Harrisburg. Nayler worked as a caseworker for York County Children, Youth and Families for 12 years and Cumberland County Children and Youth Services for a year. As a caseworker, he was troubled by the challenges he saw in the child welfare system and believed true and lasting change was possible. When Nayler learned about Keystone Family Alliance in October 2022, he identified with the vision and mission of the ministry, and saw it as an avenue for positive change.

After experiencing burnout, he resigned as a caseworker in January 2023 with a strong conviction to pursue the Keystone Family Alliance York County Coordinator position. Nayler is thrilled to be a part of the Key Fam team. Nayler counts it a privilege to play a part in what God is doing by mobilizing the Church to make a positive impact in the lives of vulnerable children and families and to restore their hope for a brighter future.

Nayler loves to spend time with his wife and children, playing family games, being outdoors and going on long drives. He enjoys reading, playing music, and having good conversations about important things in life.

County Events
Visit our Events Page for more details on all upcoming Keystone Family Alliance events!
Here are some great resources in York County. Contact the Coordinator for more resources!
Christian Alliance for Orphans (CAFO)

The Christian Alliance for Orphans unites more than 200 respected organizations and 850+ church members. Our joint initiatives inspire and equip Christians to effectively live out the Bible’s call to care for orphans and vulnerable children.

York County Children, Youth, & Families

The mission of York County Children, Youth, & Families is to protect children, promote strong families, and promote child well-being.

Fostering Hope - York

The Fostering Hope Foster-Share Closet is a place where foster parents and children can ‘shop’ for items they need. The closet includes essential gear, clothing, toys, furniture, additional child-care items, as well as a ‘library’ full of books. Everything is provided free of charge with a goal of meeting immediate needs of foster families receiving new placements.

House of Hope

House of Hope York, PA is a nonprofit, biblically based, program that offers a residential home for teen girls ages 14 - 17, as well as a counseling service for families, individuals and couples.

Youth Advocate Programs (YAP)

Youth Advocate Programs— YAP for short— is a national nonprofit advocating for and delivering evidence-based services in homes and communities as a more effective and racially equitable alternative to youth incarceration, congregate child welfare, behavioral health, and intellectual disabilities placements, and neighborhood violence.

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