Crittenton Announces Arrival of New CEO
Fullerton, CA. – Crittenton Services welcomes new Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Greg Eubanks, as the newest member of the agency’s executive team.
Mr. Eubanks comes to Crittenton Services, a nationally accredited mental health services provider, with more than 25 years of experience in the child welfare and mental health fields as both a senior operating director and organizational leader for various nonprofits. He will be taking over the day-to-day operation and strategic planning process of a $38 million organization from the now-retired CEO, Ms. Joyce Capelle.
“On behalf of Crittenton Services, the board of directors, agency employees, and community partners, we warmly welcome Mr. Greg Eubanks as our new CEO,” said Martha Jasso, Communications Director, Crittenton Services. “We are looking forward to implementing his vision for Crittenton Services in the years to come and will continue to uphold the values, mission, and reputation our agency is known for.”
Mr. Eubanks began his career in 1994 at Buckner Children and Family Services, a large multi-agency nonprofit headquartered in Texas. His career continued to progress at Buckner as Area Vice President, where he was responsible for foster care, adoption, residential, and community-based services.
In 2014, he became President and CEO of the World Association of Children & Parents (WACAP), a Seattle-based adoption agency that merged with Holt International 2019.
In addition to more than 25 years of experience as a nonprofit leader, Mr. Eubanks also holds a Masters in Marriage and Family Counseling.
“Crittenton has a long history of showing up for our neighbors, and we are so thankful to a community who joins us in this mission. Whether through foster care, residential treatment and shelter services, or the most important work of offering supports to families so they can stay together in the first place, the best investment is made when building relationships that heal past trauma. Together, we are building a better community, and I am so happy to be joining this cause and this fantastic organization,” said Greg Eubanks, CEO, Crittenton Services.
Crittenton Services for Children and Families of Southern California (CSCF) is a non-profit social services agency whose mission is to heal the wounds of abuse and neglect; strengthen families; and help troubled adolescents reach their full potential. Established and incorporated in 1966 Crittenton has a highly trained workforce operating 24 hours a day / 7 days a week providing comprehensive mental health services, residential care, and other support services to the clients in our care. We provide a full array of short-term residential services, in-home, community-based programming, family preservation, school-linked mental health, outpatient mental health, transitional age youth and foster care programming with a service planning area throughout Southern California that covers Orange, Los Angeles, San Bernardino, and Riverside Counties.
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