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Devereux Texas News & Events

Devereux Texas Events

  10th Annual Savor the Hope Gala Postponed

Out of concern for our community, staff, and volunteers, we made the difficult decision to postpone the 10th Annual Savor the Hope Gala. This decision was made based on recommendations from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and state and local agencies.

17th Annual Divots for Devereux   A Round of Golf for a Worthy Cause

Thank you to everyone who took to the green in support of Devereux Texas at the 17th Annual Divots for Devereux Golf Classic! This scramble-style golf tournament took place October 8, and proceeds benefit the Devereux School and scholarship program.

Chart your Course   Set Your Sails to Help Kids in Need

We appreciate everyone who joined us dockside on Thursday, August 1, for the 16th Annual Yawl Ketch the Spirit… of Devereux! This fun-filled evening of food, live music, auctions and other excitement benefits the youth in Devereux’s intensive residential treatment program.

Devereux Texas in the News

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.

Recreational Therapy   Celebrating Recreational Therapy Month in February

At Devereux, providing fun and healthy recreational activities is a critical part of the successful treatment of youth and adults with emotional, behavioral and cognitive differences.

Human Trafficking Awareness Month   January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month

Human trafficking is an issue that affects every country and every state in the U.S. Learn how Devereux Florida is granting hope and healing to individuals in need.


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Human Rights Campaign   Devereux centers recognized by Human Rights Campaign for LGBTQ inclusion efforts

Ten Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health centers have been recognized by the Human Rights Campaign, the leading LGBTQ rights and advocacy group in the U.S., for supporting and serving LGBTQ youth and families.

Human Rights Campaign   Human Rights Campaign features Devereux in its annual report

Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health is proud to be featured in the Human Rights Campaign’s “Change-Makers in Child Welfare 2020,” an annual report highlighting the All Children - All Families program’s partnership with 100 organizations across the country that are working to improve the programs and services they provide to the LGBTQ community.

Matilda Jane Clothing   Matilda Jane Clothing donates more than 5,000 face masks to Devereux’s essential staff

Matilda Jane Clothing is showing support for Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health’s front-line staff by donating colorful and beautifully-crafted face masks. The Indiana-based clothing company recently donated 5,000 fabric face masks to the nonprofit to help team members stay safe and healthy.

Yvette Jackson   Yvette Jackson discusses Devereux Arizona’s programs and services on Hubbard Radio’s Valley Focus show

Listen as Devereux Arizona Executive Director Yvette Jackson, LMSW, DBH, discusses the center’s programs and services on Hubbard Radio’s Valley Focus show. Jackson shares valuable information about Devereux Arizona’s therapeutic foster care program and outpatient services, and explains how the organization is supporting individuals and families during COVID-19.

Facebook   Like, follow and share Devereux’s new national Facebook page

Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health’s Facebook Careers Page has transitioned into our new national Facebook page. In addition to accessing the latest Devereux career opportunities, followers will learn more about what’s happening across all of our centers, programs and services.

Checkmate Robotics #12961   Georgia robotics team creates 3-D printed face shields for Devereux’s front-line staff

Students from a Georgia robotics team, Checkmate Robotics #12961, are leading by example, and using their 3-D printing skills to create face shields for Devereux’s front-line staff.

Yolanda Graham   Article features Dr. Yolanda Graham: “Talking to individuals with autism about COVID-19”

For families and caregivers of children, adolescents and adults with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), the COVID-19 pandemic brings new challenges, such as confusion and disruptions to daily routines and schedules. Read this Autism Spectrum News article featuring Devereux Senior Vice President and Chief Clinical/Medical Officer Yolanda Graham, M.D., as she offers tips for talking to individuals with ASD about COVID-19.

HRC   Human Rights Campaign donates more than 7,000 face masks to Devereux

The Human Rights Campaign (HRC) donated more than 7,000 face masks to Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health to help protect the individuals in its care, along with its outstanding and dedicated team members, as part of the “HRC Gives Back” campaign.

Healthcare Heroes   Devereux honors nurses and teachers during observances in May

Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health is paying tribute to the selfless and inspiring nurses and teachers who continue to provide the best possible care and support for children, adolescents and adults through the COVID-19 pandemic - and all year long.

Amy Kelly   Podcast: Devereux’s Amy Kelly shares tips for helping families with special needs cope during a pandemic

For many families, maintaining a regular schedule during school closures and social distancing can be challenging, especially if you are caring for a child or adult with emotional, behavioral or cognitive differences. Listen as Devereux National Director of Family Engagement Amy Kelly, MBA, MNM, who is a mother of three teenage children (one with autism and intellectual and developmental disabilities), shares tips to help parents and caregivers cope with a pandemic on WXPN’s Kathy Chats podcast.

Erin Clemens   Erin Clemens shares her journey with autism on the My Autism Tribe podcast

Listen as Erin Clemens, who was diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome when she was 15 and receives services through Devereux Pennsylvania, shares her journey with autism on the My Autism Tribe podcast.

Devereux Center for Effective Schools   Devereux Center for Effective Schools releases free, online training modules for educators

With schools across the U.S. shifting to online learning during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Devereux Center for Effective Schools (CES) recently developed a series of free, online training modules to help educators successfully adapt to this new reality and engage students through remote instruction.


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