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EIHAB Human Services appoints new Vice President
  • By Emily Davenport
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  • Wednesday, March 8th, 2017
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  • 04:56 PM UTC

Queens Nonprofit EIHAB Human Services has named Joshua Thomas as Vice President of the agency’s New York office. He was appointed on February 13th and will report to the CEO/Executive Director, Mr. Ahmed Hegazy.

In his new role, Thomas will oversee operations across New York, including EIHAB’s Day Habilitation Programs and community residences, ensuring that each program functions seamlessly and successfully meets State regulations. Prior to his appointment as Vice President, Thomas worked as Director of Residential Services at the agency, before becoming Director of Operations in 2015. He has worked in the field of Human Services for more than a decade.

“I’m very grateful to Mr. Hegazy for this wonderful opportunity,” Thomas said. “At EIHAB, our work is a team effort that is guided by the mission of our founders. Many thanks to the staff, my colleagues, and most especially, the individuals we serve for their guidance and support.”

As Vice President, Thomas will make sure EIHAB continues to excel. “Our goal is to always provide the best possible care for our individuals and to continue to explore ways to reach out to the underserved in our communities” he remarked.

Commenting on Thomas’ appointment, Mr. Hegazy said, “Joshua’s hard work, dedication and commitment to exemplary care makes him an asset to this organization. His outstanding leadership has helped impact hundreds of lives. I look forward to his continued contributions as Vice President, as we work together to bring EIHAB to new heights on an exciting journey toward the future.”

 

About EIHAB Human Services 

EIHAB Human Services is a multi-lingual, multicultural not-for-profit organization serving children and adults with developmental disabilities and behavioral health challenges. EIHAB Human Services began its mission in 1997, providing Case Management services to a population of ten before expanding into a multitude of quality of life enhancement services delivered to hundreds of individuals in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

EIHAB’s philosophy of care supports individual choice, meaningful treatment and restrictive use of psychotropic medications and other procedures. The Agency’s team of direct support professionals, teachers, therapists, social workers, clinicians and administrators uphold the highest standard of service delivery and a shared vision of exemplary, individual-centered practice.

More information about EIHAB Human Services can be found at http://www.eihab.org/.