Leading National Behavioral Healthcare Provider

Call 1-800-345-1292

Tweet Share on LinkedIn Send email Print

Devereux Georgia’s Hope Event: The Art of Feelings


The 2018 Hope Event: The Art of Feelings is behind us and WOW, what a success it was! With over 230 guest, we celebrated three generations of Hope and we were inspired by the impact Devereux has had on the lives of former clients.

Our silent auction included 30 pieces of art created by our children and 11 pieces created by professional artists represented by dk Gallery of Marietta, a Blue Ridge, GA cabin getaway, a dk Gallery Wine & Cheese Jazz Party, and a few special live auction items. All together, we raised over $62,000 so that we can continue to provide innovative care to our children. This event would not have been a success without our sponsors, Advisory Board members, executive leadership and staff volunteers. We would like to send a huge thank you to everyone who helped to make our 2018 Hope Event: The Art of Feelings a smashing success! If were not able to join us and you would like to support Devereux Georgia, donate now!

Donate now


Do not forget to save the date for next year!
Mark your calendars for September 19, 2019 09/19/19!


Latest News

  Devereux Pennsylvania’s CAAPP program helps make dreams a reality

Growing up, John Pagnoni had a passion for cooking. He and his grandmother would watch Food Network shows featuring celebrity chefs such as Emeril Lagasse, Bobby Flay and Guy Fieri to gather ideas and learn new skills.

  Dr. Todd Harris discusses aging with autism on Philadelphia Focus radio program

Take a listen as Devereux Executive Director of Autism Services Todd Harris, Ph.D., discusses aging with autism - along Devereux’s programs and services for older youth and adults - on the Beasley Media Group radio program, Philadelphia Focus.

  Conference empowers Devereux’s emerging leaders to put Servant Leadership principles into action

As Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health begins embedding Servant Leadership best practices across its organization, the nonprofit is making sure it has the right people in place to roll out this new initiative - and ensure the long-term success of this methodology.

  Lisa Kroger and Michelle Llorens named executive directors of Devereux Florida

Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health, one of the oldest and largest nonprofit providers of behavioral healthcare in the nation, today announced that President and CEO Carl E. Clark II named Lisa Kroger, LMSW, and Michelle Llorens, M.A., BCBA, as executive directors of Devereux Florida, effective Jan. 7, 2019.

  Maryann Campbell honored for decades of leadership at Devereux’s Glenholme School

Maryann Campbell, who will officially retire as executive director of Devereux Connecticut - The Glenholme School on Jan. 31, 2019, was honored recently for her decades of exceptional leadership and service to the organization.

  Devereux helps Toys for Tots program spread joy this holiday season

When organizers of a Chester County Toys for Tots event lost the site they planned to use to sort and distribute toys for those less fortunate this holiday season, Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health Pennsylvania stepped in to help.

More Stories