Keystone Human Services (KHS) is a non-profit organization that is a part of a global movement to provide support and expertise to people with disabilities.
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Gregory Wellems brings a wealth of experience in human services to his new role at Keystone Human Services.
Harrisburg, PA (PRWeb) January 31, 2018—Keystone Human Services (KHS) announced today that Gregory N. Wellems has joined the organization as Executive Director of Intellectual Disability Services in Pennsylvania and Delaware. Gregory Wellems brings with him a wealth of experience in designing, developing, and managing community-based supports for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities in Colorado, and is recognized nationally as a leader in incorporating technology in supports for people with cognitive disabilities.
Robert Baker, Keystone Human Services Vice President said, “Greg has an impressive reputation in the Human Services community. His appointment highlights our organizational focus on innovative, high-quality, and effective services that further our commitment to a world where all people can grow, make choices, and be valued, contributing members of society.”
KHS is a human services provider based in Harrisburg, PA. Serving individuals and communities for over 45 years, the organization operates in Pennsylvania, Connecticut, and Delaware, as well as in the Republic of Moldova and the Republic of India. KHS provides services and supports in the areas of mental health, autism, and intellectual, developmental, and cognitive disability. KHS also provides services through Susquehanna Service Dogs and Capital Area Head Start. More information can be found at KHS.org.