Tag Archives: Phoenix

COVID-19 Update: How EPI-HAB Is Responding

  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 […]

Save Time, Money and Space with the Help of EPI-HAB’s Assembly & Inspection Team

EPI-HAB Phoenix, Inc. is thrilled to announce a new partnership with AMW Packaging Supply. AMW is a single-source provider for businesses’ packaging supply needs, offering a complete line of products tailored to its customers’ unique requirements. The company is backed by 125 years of industry experience and supported by the latest technology. One of the […]

What’s New at EPI-HAB—December 2018

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 […]

EPI-HAB Customer, Tuft & Needle, Merges with Industry Giant

In August, EPI-HAB customer Tuft & Needle announced they are merging their six-year-old company with long-standing mattress maker Serta Simmons Bedding (SSB). Founded by engineers to serve price-conscious consumers, Phoenix-based Tuft & Needle is one of the nation’s leading direct-to-consumer sleep product companies. Its mattresses sell for as little as $350, and like its bed-in-a-box […]

A Look Back at EPI-HAB’s 60th Anniversary Celebration

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 […]

EPI-HAB Announces “Six Decades of Service” Donation to Arizona’s 5K for Epilepsy

Staying true to our organization’s values, EPI-HAB Phoenix, Inc. is a proud supporter of the Epilepsy Foundation of Arizona.  In September, we made a donation to support the Waves of Change for Epilepsy Gala and now (pictured) a donation for the Epilepsy Foundation’s 5k for Epilepsy to be held in March. The Epilepsy Foundation of Arizona […]

EPI-HAB Employee Demonstrates Perseverance while Balancing Work and School

EPI-HAB Phoenix Inc.’s staff of expert assemblers and supervisor superheroes is united around a single goal: “to provide meaningful employment for individuals with epilepsy and other challenges by performing valued work for area businesses.” Each member of this hardworking dream team brings a unique skill to his or her role and has an interesting story […]

Meet the Team: An Interview with EPI-HAB Employee Yanet Velazquez

Two years ago, we kicked off a series of blogs and e-blasts introducing EPI-HAB Phoenix Inc.’s hardworking employees to our readers, partners and friends. These employee spotlights help us recognize their milestones and achievements and showcase our team’s diverse backgrounds, interests and talents. Plus, it provides a better picture of our company when employees can […]

From Simple Hand Labor to Complex Assembly, EPI-HAB Does It All

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. Since the start of the year, our team has been involved in a long list of fulfilling projects, and we’ve been proud to see several of EPI-HAB’s customers […]

EPI-HAB Employee Fulfills 30-Year Dream of U.S. Citizenship

Esthela Moran, an employee with EPI-HAB Phoenix, Inc., is all smiles these days. Thirty years ago, Esthela left Mexico, the only home she had ever known, and embarked on an adventure to the United States for a chance at a better quality of life. Esthela says she grew to “love everything about the United States,” […]