September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month
According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, suicide is the second leading cause of death for people ages 10 to 34, and the fourth leading cause of death for people ages 35 to 54. Learn how
you can support those in crisis - and possibly save a life.
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
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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.
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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.
September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, and Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health is joining other organizations in highlighting the importance of helping those in crisis feel heard and validated.
“Suicide is a significant public health issue that can have a devastating and lasting impact on individuals, families and communities,” said Devereux Senior Vice President and Chief Clinical/Medical Officer Yolanda Graham, M.D. “If you know someone who may be struggling with thoughts of suicide, reach out with kindness and compassion, and let them know you care. One conversation can possibly save a life.”
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.
Devereux Arizona recently celebrated the grand opening of its Assessment and Intervention Center (AIC) and Brief Intervention Program’s (BIP) new Tucson location. Devereux Arizona’s AIC and BIP offer short-term, intensive residential services to youth, ages 9 to 17, who are experiencing significant social, emotional and behavioral health challenges.
Devereux is teaming up with the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) to co-sponsor a conference on how best to meet the developmental and behavioral healthcare needs of children with autism and other developmental disorders. The conference - “Developmental and Behavioral Health for the Pediatric Patient: A Focus on Autism” - will be held virtually on Sept. 21.
Whether they are helping youth and adults with emotional, behavioral and cognitive differences develop essential life skills, secure meaningful employment or achieve greater independence, Devereux’s direct support professionals (DSPs) play a critical role in the overall health and well-being of those in their care.
Devereux was recently awarded a $30,000 grant from the W.W. Smith Charitable Trust to purchase emergency clothing, uniforms and gift cards for emergency clothing for children and adolescents who receive services through Devereux Pennsylvania Children’s Behavioral Health Services and Devereux Pennsylvania Children’s Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Services.