Celebrating Pride Month in June
Pride Month is a time to celebrate and raise awareness of the current issues facing the LGBTQ community. Learn how
Devereux is creating safe spaces to help youth and adults strengthen their overall emotional health and well-being.
Sharing Messages of Hope
At Devereux, we believe it is important to promote positivity and a sense of calm as we navigate these unprecedented times together. One way we are doing this is by finding inspiration amid the uncertainty
Join Our Team
If you are looking for a rewarding career in behavioral health, Devereux is hiring individuals with a passion for helping children, adolescents and adults in need. We offer advancement opportunities, competitive pay/benefits, student loan debt assistance and more Explore our job opportunities today
Our Commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
At Devereux, we believe diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) is fundamental to providing the highest quality programs and services. Learn about our DEI organizational transformation
and our commitment to combatting racism.
Who We Help
is one of the most important building blocks in successful treatments and outcomes.
Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health changes lives – by unlocking and nurturing human potential for people living with emotional, behavioral or cognitive differences.
Pride Month, originally established to commemorate the anniversary of the 1969 riots at the Stonewall Inn in New York City, marking a turning point in the LGBTQ movement, is a time to celebrate the LGBTQ community; reflect on the progress made toward equity; and remember there is more work to be done.
“At Devereux, we understand the importance of acceptance in the lives of LGBTQ youth and adults. Acceptance saves lives, and we work on a daily basis to ensure all of our team members adhere to this value,” said Devereux Arizona Executive Director Yvette Jackson, LMSW, DBH, who also serves as co-chair of Devereux’s national LGBTQ committee.
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.
When Michael and Jaysus, who both receive services through Devereux Massachusetts and Rhode Island, learned they would be interning with the Fitchburg Fire Department they were excited about the opportunity to gain new skills and build upon their existing strengths. The young men are enrolled in Devereux Massachusetts and Rhode Island’s Center for Autism Resources and Education Services, a day school that provides primary, elementary and secondary education services for individuals diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders and other developmental disabilities.
Listen as Devereux Pocono Clinical Director Michelle Wonders, Psy.D., discusses how the organization serves and supports the LGBTQ community on Radio.com’s Special Edition podcast. Wonders shares what steps Devereux is taking as it strives to become one of the most inclusive and diverse behavioral healthcare organizations in the country.
Samantha VanAlstyne is a devoted aunt, dedicated college student - and most recently - published author. VanAlstyne, who receives services through Devereux New York, wrote a children’s book titled, “Hi, I’m Sam,” about her journey with cerebral palsy and learning self-acceptance.
What once was a country estate nestled in the lush, green rolling hills of Washington, Conn., is now Devereux Connecticut - The Glenholme School, a special needs boarding and day school, thanks to a generous donation more than 50 years ago from the Van Sinderen family.