Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health Launches New Career Accelerator Program
Devereux ASCEND is a comprehensive career accelerator
program designed exclusively to give behavioral healthcare team members the career guidance, one-on-one
coaching, skills and financial assistance they need to reach their full potential. With ASCEND, Devereux is
empowering team members at all levels to follow their passions, grow their skills, and make the greatest
positive impact with the families we serve.
Celebrating Pride Month
In celebration of Pride Month, one Devereux Arizona team member shares his transgender journey and how Devereux helped him feel affirmed and supported.
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Sharing Messages of Hope
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positivity and a sense of calm as we navigate these unprecedented times together. One way we are doing this is
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nurturing human potential for people living with emotional, behavioral or cognitive differences.
Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health Arizona Accounts Receivable Specialist Team Lead Kagen Leva was 37 years old when he came out as transgender.
Leva, who was working at Devereux Pennsylvania’s Children’s Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Services (CIDDS) center (now Devereux Pennsylvania Children’s Services) at the time, describes it as a “sudden realization.”
“Hindsight is 20/20, so I can see how I got to this point, but I didn’t know until 2016 when I came out,” said Leva. “I had just watched a men’s shaving commercial and was walking through a store when I saw men’s shaving kits. I looked at the kits and thought to myself, ‘I want one of these. I wish I had a beard so I could shave my face.’ In that moment, I realized I was transgender.”
Donate to Devereux: Through your gift, you are contributing to our mission to unlock and nurture human potential in people living with emotional, behavioral or cognitive differences.
High school students at Devereux Georgia are becoming work-ready by acquiring valuable job and life skills through two national certification programs: ServSafe and Guest Service Gold.
An article written by Devereux National Director of Family Engagement Amy Kelly, MBA, MNM, and Devereux Florida Clinical Director Emily Garten, LCSW, was recently featured in Behavioral Health News. The article – “The impact of stigmatizing language from family and clinical perspectives” – discusses the importance of eliminating stigmatizing language to ensure individuals facing mental health challenges receive the care and support they need.
Devereux was recently named an “Honorable Mention” in Ragan Communications’ Employee Communications Awards in the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Commitment category.
Devereux Arizona Accounts Receivable Specialist Team Lead Kagen Leva was 37 years old when he came out as transgender. Leva, who was working at Devereux Pennsylvania’s Children’s Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Services center (now Devereux Pennsylvania Children’s Services) at the time, describes it as a “sudden realization.”