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Devereux Texas Services

Devereux Texas offers a variety of programs at its Victoria and League City campuses to support individuals living with emotional, behavioral and cognitive differences. Look below for a list of our services.

Devereux Texas Victoria

  • Residential Program: Serves adults, age 23 and older, with severe emotional and developmental disabilities who require extended care in a supportive residential treatment setting. Our goal is to help individuals grow and learn through new experiences.
  • Transitional/Young Adult Program: Serves individuals, ages 16 to 22, experiencing chronic mental health disabilities and/or developmental disabilities. The goal of this program is to help young adults increase independent functioning.
  • Vocational Programs: Offers educational training to help individuals acquire pre-vocational and/or life skills. Our program focuses on building skills, such as personal identification, personal hygiene, clothing care, telling time and housekeeping.
  • Community Living: Teaches skills and encourages residents to make choices about their living accommodations, school locations and work/leisure activities. Designed around person-centered planning, a process that identifies existing and natural supports, the program incorporates individual preferences and strengths, and provides strategies and resources for achieving effective outcomes.

Devereux Texas League City

  • Residential Services: Serves adolescents, ages 14 to 17, with complex treatment needs. Our residential behavioral healthcare services and education programs are designed to meet the unique needs of each individual. We use evidence-based interventions to help individuals achieve success in their homes, schools and communities after they are discharged.
  • Autism/Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Residential Program: Serves adolescents, ages 8 to 17, with autism and their families. The primary goal of this program is to provide learning environments that will help each individual become a productive, socially connected and personally fulfilled member of his or her local community. Evidence-based autism strategies and best practice guidelines will direct all interventions.