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Donors & Community Members

Devereux is a leading nonprofit behavioral healthcare organization that supports many of the most underserved and vulnerable members of our communities. Devereux Florida, part of Devereux's national treatment network, offers a full continuum of behavioral health, child welfare, and intellectual/developmental disabilities programs and services.  Our continuum includes a psychiatric hospital, residential treatment center, group homes, case management, foster care, counseling centers, abuse and neglect prevention services, and community outreach. Devereux Florida touches the lives of over 5,000 children per day, providing services in 39 counties in Florida. 

Unfortunately, the need for services for individuals with emotional, intellectual/developmental disabilities, behavioral challenges, and child welfare services continues to grow at a dramatic rate. Devereux Florida is devoted to helping children and families in need but we cannot do it alone. With your help we can help the most fragile members of our community. 

 

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Upcoming Events

 

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Devereux Holiday Gift Drive

October 1st to December, 2013
Make a difference to a family in need.  Help ensure every child experiences the magic of the holiday season. Click here for more information.

9th Annual Golf for the Kids Tournament

Friday, December 6th, 2013
Dust off your clubs and tee up for Devereux’s 9th Annual Golf for the Kids Tournament. Try your hand at many exciting contests, including a Honda hole-in-one shot, while playing 18 at the beautiful Celebration Golf Club. This is an event any golfer would not want to miss! Click here to register. 

 


Devereux Florida is a nonprofit provider of a wide range of behavioral, intellectual/developmental disabilities programs and child welfare services.