Suicide Prevention Awareness Month
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly 46,000 Americans died by suicide in 2020, with an average of one person taking their own life every 11 minutes. Learn how you can help someone
who is struggling.
Devereux releases its Safety and Quality Report
Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health, one of the largest and most advanced behavioral healthcare nonprofit organizations in the country, just published our most recent Safety and Quality Report
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is one of the most important building blocks in successful treatments and outcomes.
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
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
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 wants to highlight the importance of knowing the warning signs and how to get help for yourself or a loved one.
“Suicide prevention starts with each and every one of us,” said Devereux Senior Vice President and Chief Clinical/Medical Officer Yolanda Graham, M.D. “If you know someone who is struggling emotionally, or having a hard time coping with something in their life, start a conversation. Phrases like, ‘I care about you,’ ‘I know this is a challenging time, but I’m here for you,’ or ‘Tell me how you feel,’ can have an impact. Trust your instincts. If someone says they are OK, but they do not seem OK, keep trying to connect. You could change 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 Pennsylvania Children’s Services Executive Director Patricia Hillis-Clark, Psy.D., was recently awarded Fellow status by the American Psychological Association, effective Jan. 1, 2023.
At Devereux, we are always looking for ways to better support our talented and hard-working team members. Devereux National Director of Family Engagement Amy Kelly, MBA, MNM, leads a family support group for Devereux employees and their significant others who are parents, caregivers or siblings of a child or adult with autism spectrum disorder and/or intellectual and developmental disabilities.
At Devereux, our employees are at the heart of everything we do - and are key to our success. Learn how Devereux Pocono Program Supervisor Addis Greene is serving and inspiring others every day.
On Saturday, Nov. 12, Devereux will host its Wine and Dine event at the historic Normandy Farm in Blue Bell, Pennsylvania. The event will raise critical funds for the children, adolescents and adults living with emotional, behavioral and cognitive differences Devereux serves in southeastern Pennsylvania.