For more than 60 years, Epi-Hab, a 501(c) 3 organization, has proudly served the community by providing assembly and storage services to a broad range of customers across the southwest while employing people with Epilepsy and other disabilities. Epi-Hab is able to flex to fit your unique projects with cost-effective solutions for fulfillment, mail processing, … Meet our New Leadership at Epi-Hab!
As an organization providing mail processing, fulfillment, assembly, inspection and storage services, we at EPI-HAB Phoenix, Inc. are aware of the many ways in which the recent outbreak of the coronavirus (COVID-19) is disrupting the global supply chain. COVID-19 has not, at this time, caused any disruptions to EPI-HAB’s operations, but we will continue … COVID-19 Update: How EPI-HAB Is Responding
The company wrapped up 2019 by reflecting on accomplishments and looking forward to a new decade Founded in 1958, EPI-HAB Phoenix, Inc. is a totally self-sufficient, not-for-profit company focused on providing meaningful employment for individuals with epilepsy and other challenges, primarily through hand labor services. Like many companies offering hand labor and fulfillment services, EPI-HAB often … EPI-HAB Holiday Party: Celebrating a Year of Hard Work
Torrey Rogers selected to lead the Phoenix nonprofit forward EPI-HAB Phoenix, Inc. is thrilled to announce the appointment of Torrey Rogers as the organization’s new president. Rogers succeeds Matt Redmann, who retired after serving in the role for more than 13 years. Rogers, who took the helm at the beginning of the month, is new … Q&A: EPI-HAB’s New President on Priorities and Opportunities
It has been a busy summer of strategic planning at EPI-HAB Phoenix, Inc. The organization’s leadership staff has been hard at work securing new partnerships to ensure a bright future and better opportunities for its employees. Additionally, Phoenix Children’s Hospital, whose work has long been supported by EPI-HAB, unveiled exciting surgical advancements in the treatment … Summer Updates at EPI-HAB
EPI-HAB Phoenix, Inc., a not-for-profit company focused on providing meaningful employment for individuals with epilepsy and other challenges, is pleased to announce the launch of the organization’s new and enhanced website. Some of the revamped site’s features include: A refreshed, modern design Improved, user-friendly functionality Providing visitors with a clear understanding of EPI-HAB’s mission and … EPI-HAB’s Website Gets a Facelift
Founded in 1958, EPI-HAB Phoenix, Inc. is a totally self-sufficient, not-for-profit company focused on providing meaningful employment for individuals with epilepsy and other challenges, primarily through hand labor services. The organization’s fourth quarter of 2018 has been filled with new, exciting partnerships and a variety of facility renovations. Here’s a quick snapshot of what the … What’s New at EPI-HAB—December 2018
EPI-HAB Phoenix, Inc. was founded in 1958 when a group of business and medical professionals came together to provide meaningful employment to individuals with epilepsy. As the medical industry made strides in the control of epileptic seizures, EPI-HAB (Epileptic Habitat) welcomed individuals with other challenges; hearing impairment, physical limitations, and mild mental difficulties. Through its … A Look Back at EPI-HAB’s 60th Anniversary Celebration
EPI-HAB Phoenix, Inc. stopped operations at noon last Friday to ring in the holiday season with its annual company Christmas celebration. More than 70 people attended the year-end bash, including EPI-HAB staff, customers, vendors, past employees and board members. The event featured a buffet-style feast, with every guest bringing a favorite dish to pass alongside … EPI-HAB Celebrates 2017’s Accomplishments at its Annual Christmas Party
EPI-HAB Phoenix, Inc. faces a big question in 2017: As Arizona’s controversial new wage rule kicks in, will this nonprofit company employing the disabled continue to thrive…or struggle? The passing of Proposition 206 is great news for Arizona workers, but many business owners fear varying degrees of fallout, including an increase in automation, job loss … Proposition 206: What Does It Mean for EPI-HAB Phoenix, Inc.?