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18th Annual Divots for Devereux   A Round of Golf for a Worthy Cause

Gear up and take to the green for a fun-filled game of golf with purpose! The 18th Annual Divots for Devereux Golf Classic is your chance to make a meaningful difference in the lives of individuals working to overcome a range of intellectual, development and mental health challenges. 

Chart your Course   Set Your Sails to Help Kids in Need

Join Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health dockside at South Shore Harbour Resort for the 17th Annual Yawl Ketch the Spirit… of Devereux. Guests will enjoy a delicious dinner, dancing and non-stop energy with interactive, all request sing-along songs with Rockey’s Piano Bar -all for a meaningful cause.

  The Savor The Hope Non-Gala Online Auction was a success!

Our sincerest gratitude to all who participated, shared, bid and won. We couldn’t have done any of it without you. We are forever grateful that you’ve partnered with us in supporting children, adolescents and adults with emotional and mental health challenges in a time of great need.

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August awareness   Staying active and engaged while social distancing

Devereux National Director of Family Engagement Amy Kelly, MBA, MNM, shares activities to help your child or adult with special needs learn new skills - and have fun - while staying safe and healthy.

Introducing …   Introducing … Devereux’s adult resilience initiative

Devereux is launching an adult resilience initiative to help team members learn new skills to strengthen their social and emotional health and well-being.

June Awareness Month   Celebrating Pride Month in June

Pride Month is an annual celebration in June of the LGBTQ community. Learn how Devereux is working to ensure every child, adolescent and adult in our care feels welcomed and safe to express themselves openly and without judgement.

May Awareness Month   Mental Health Awareness Month: Managing stress and anxiety during a pandemic

There has never been a more important time to make mental health a priority. Learn how to manage stress and anxiety related to COVID-19.

Autism Awareness Month   Autism Awareness Month: Talking to individuals with autism about COVID-19

Learn how to talk to children and adults with autism about COVID-19 to ensure they have the information and resources they need without causing unnecessary worry and anxiety.

Breaking down barriers   March is Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, youth and adults with developmental disabilities often face barriers that can make it challenging to function on a daily basis. Learn how Devereux is helping to break down these barriers.

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Sophia Martin   Celebrating Devereux’s Healthcare Heroes: Spotlight on Devereux Georgia Client and Family Advocate/Risk Manager Sophia Martin

At Devereux, our employees are at the heart of everything we do and are key to our success. Learn how Devereux Georgia Client and Family Advocate/Risk Manager Sophia Martin is serving and inspiring others every day.

Brittany Zakszeski   Devereux Center for Effective Schools’ Dr. Brittany Zakszeski receives prestigious national awards

Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health Center for Effective Schools Training and Consulting Specialist Brittany Zakszeski, Ph.D., NCSP, was recently recognized by the American Psychological Foundation and the National Association of School Psychologists for her work in examining ways to reduce challenging behaviors in children.

Direct Support Professionals Recognition Week   Devereux honors its 3,700 direct support professionals during appreciation week

At Devereux, our direct support professionals (DSPs) are nothing short of extraordinary, always putting others before themselves. As we celebrate Direct Support Professionals Recognition Week - Sept. 13-19 - we thank and honor our more than 3,700 DSPs who are on the front lines, going above and beyond to serve and support those in their care.

Carl Clark II   Devereux Commissions Independent Safety Audit

As part of our commitment to transparency, accountability, and providing high-quality services to those who need us, Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health has engaged outside experts to conduct an independent audit on issues of resident safety. Learn more here.

Main Line Today   Main Line Today article features Devereux’s Kristen Bielecki: “Dealing with COVID back-to-school anxiety”

As children head back to school, virtually or in-person, they may be experiencing increased stress and anxiety due to COVID-19. Read this Main Line Today article featuring Devereux Children’s Behavioral Health Services Senior Clinical Director Kristen Bielecki, Ph.D., for tips on how to help kids manage their emotions more effectively.

The Glenholme School   Devereux’s Glenholme School demonstrates resilience during seven-day power outage caused by Tropical Storm Isaias

When Tropical Storm Isaias roared through Connecticut with wind gusts of up to 70 mph and heavy rain, it left more than 800,000 homes and businesses in the state without power, including Devereux Connecticut - The Glenholme School, which lost electricity for seven days. As utility crews rushed to restore power, The Glenholme School community worked together seamlessly to keep students and staff safe and calm.

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