Devereux Sex Abuse Lawsuits

devereux sex abuse lawsuits

If you or your child has been injured, raped, abused or otherwise hurt at a Devereux Mental Health facility you need skilled and aggressive legal representation. Over the years dozens and dozens of abuse and sexual assault victims have spoken out on the atrocities they suffered while in a Devereux facility for mental health care. They are headquartered in Villanova, PA and have locations in 13 states. Our Pennsylvania injury attorneys handle abuse, accident, neglect and sexual assault lawsuits against Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health which is their legal entity name. Please contact our Devereux child sex abuse lawyers for a free case review. They charge no fees if they are unable to obtain compensation and benefits for you and or your child. They handle Devereux Sex Abuse Lawsuits in Pennsylvania and all other states where they are located.

What Is Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health?

Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health, located in Montgomery County just outside of Philly, operates a network of inpatient, clinical, therapeutic, educational and employment programs for children and teens with mental health issues, learning disabilities, neurological disorders development and mental health issues. Devereux has over 7,500 employees of all skill, technical and education levels in 13 states. Below are their main center locations and services provided at each.

States Where Devereux Has Locations


Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health Arizona
Yvette Jackson, Executive Director
2025 North 3rd Street, Suite 250
Phoenix, AZ 85004

: Birth through life span

: Evidence-based approaches in: early intervention for ages birth to five-years-old, parent training, ABA strategies for the autism spectrum disorder population, day school, facility-based respite, group homes, foster care, outpatient counseling and psychiatric support, crisis stabilization, and residential treatment with a wellness focus incorporating cognitive behavioral therapy approaches, Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports, recreation therapy, substance abuse treatment, and a culinary arts program.

Diagnoses: Individuals with emotional and behavioral health disorders, autism spectrum disorder (ASD), trauma histories, and serious mental illness.


Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health California
Amy Evans, Executive Director
P.O. Box 6784
Santa Barbara, CA 93160

Ages:Adults ages 18 through life span

Services: Campus-based: residential treatment and respite care for adults ages 18 to 59; residential care facility for the elderly. Adult day program comprised of training and activity services, behavioral management/support services, social skills development, personal management, and pre-vocational training. Life enrichment program for seniors. Community-based supported living, independent living, and behavioral support services.

Diagnoses: Developmental/intellectual disabilities, neurological impairments, autism spectrum disorder, dual diagnosis, mental health, and emotional and behavioral disorders.


Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health Cleo Wallace
Brent Aberg, Executive Director
8405 Church Ranch Blvd.
Westminster, CO 80021

Boys ages eight to 21; girls ages 12 to 21

 Specializes in providing individualized care for children and adolescents who have significant mental health and behavioral needs. Provides intensive residential and day treatment services to both males and females ages eight to 21. Specialty tracks include treatment for high-functioning autism youth, sexually reactive youth, children with chemical dependency issues, programming for Native American youth, and work experience programs.

 Psychiatric, emotional and behavioral disorders, and substance abuse.


The Glenholme School
Noah Noyes, Executive Director
81 Sabbaday Lane
Washington, CT 06793

Ages: 10 to 18 and post-graduates; grades 5-12+

Services: Therapeutic boarding school for adolescents diagnosed with Asperger syndrome, ADHD, PDD, OCD, Tourette syndrome, depression, anxiety and various learning differences. The program provides a treatment milieu designed to build competence socially and academically. The Glenholme School also offers a supportive college and post-secondary transition program for young men and women who seek advanced education or career development. Individuals with learning differences and Asperger syndrome learn, practice and master skills essential for success in college, work environments and social settings. The program encourages and coaches autonomy in a safe, challenging and supportive setting.

Diagnoses: Emotional, behavioral and/or learning differences, Asperger syndrome, ADHD, OCD, Tourette syndrome, anxiety, and mood disorders.


630 Churchmans Road

Mental Health Services
Patricia Hillis-Clark, Psy.D. BCBA, Executive Director

Ages: Two through 17

Services: Family-Based Mental Health Services (FBMH) for ages two through 17; Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) for ages 13 through 17 (some 12-year-olds may qualify)

Diagnoses: Mental health diagnoses

Autism Services
Carol Anne McNellis, Psy.D. BCBA, Executive Director

Ages: 14 through 21

Services: Transition support and employment readiness services for adolescents and young adults diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD); consultation services and trainings to Delaware School Districts for students with ASD.

Diagnoses: Autism spectrum disorder


Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health Florida
Dual Diagnosis Center
Michelle Llorens, Executive Director
8000 Devereux Drive
Viera, FL 32940

Residential and education program for children ages five through 17.

Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health Florida
Lisa Kroger, Executive Director
5850 T.G. Lee Boulevard
Suite 400
Orlando, FL 32822

Birth through life span

Services: Child and adolescent psychiatric specialty hospital, psychiatric residential treatment facility, dual diagnosis center, accredited educational program, statewide intensive psychiatric program, intellectual/ developmental disabilities programs, diabetes management program, community-based group homes, specialized foster care programs, traditional foster care programs, child welfare programs, outpatient programs, behavior support services, case management, abuse/neglect prevention programs, and community outreach.

Wide range of psychiatric, emotional and behavioral disorders; mild to severe intellectual/developmental disabilities, emotional/behavioral health and intellectual/developmental disabilities dual diagnoses, autism spectrum disorder, medically complex conditions, neurological impairments, substance abuse, and sexually reactive behaviors.


Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health Georgia
Gwen Skinner, Executive Director
1291 Stanley Road
Kennesaw, GA 30152

Birth to 21

Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility (PRTF), foster care program, therapeutic group homes and SACS-Accredited School. PRTF treats youth who are experiencing severe emotional/behavioral challenges within a secure setting. Our foster care program provides training to foster parents to meet the physical, emotional and social needs of youth in a supportive family setting until the natural family can be reunited or permanency through adoption can be achieved. Therapeutic group homes provide behavioral health services to youth who cannot be served in their own homes, but are appropriate to receive those services in a community setting (one within the secure campus; one in the community). 

Diagnoses: Wide range of psychiatric, behavioral and emotional disorders with expertise in dual diagnoses and academic remediation.

Massachusetts & Rhode Island

Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health Massachusetts & Rhode Island
Kerry Ann Goldsmith, Executive Director
60 Miles Road
P.O. Box 219
Rutland, MA 01543-0219

 Birth to 21

: Residential treatment, community-based group homes, therapeutic foster care, special needs day school, substance abuse and autism spectrum disorder programs, diagnostic services, in-home services and vocational training.

 Psychological, emotional and behavioral disorders, complex post-traumatic stress disorder; co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders, and autism spectrum disorder.

New Jersey

Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health New Jersey
Brian Hancock, Executive Director
1515 Burnt Mill Road
Cherry Hill, NJ 08003

Ages: Three through life span

Community-based group homes, supervised apartments, intensive, intermediate and traditional therapeutic foster care homes, emergency children’s capacity residence, intensive homes for dually diagnosed children and adults, professional consultation services, day treatment, and vocational programs.

Emotional, behavioral and pervasive developmental disorders; autism spectrum disorder, mild to severe developmental/intellectual disabilities, learning disabilities, and dual diagnosis.

New York

Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health New York
John Lopez, Executive Director
40 Devereux Way
Red Hook, NY 12571

Ages: Five through life span

Services: Campus and community-based residential treatment group homes, staffed and supported apartments, special needs day schools, and day habilitation.

Diagnoses: Intellectual/developmental disabilities with emotional disorders, autism spectrum disorders and multiple challenges.

Devereux CARES Center –  a 12-month day school
27 Radio Circle Drive
Mt. Kisco, NY 10549
(914) 941-1991  Directions


Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health PA Adult Services Division
Christopher Betts, M.A – Executive Director
139 Leopard Road
Berwyn, PA 19312

Ages: 21 through life span

Services: Campus and community-based homes and apartments offering respite, semi-independent living, supported living programs, and shared-living programs/lifesharing, vocational and employment services.

Diagnoses: Intellectual/ developmental disabilities, emotional/behavioral disorders, dual diagnosis, autism spectrum disorder, learning disabilities, and brain injury.

Children’s Behavioral Health Services
Patricia Hillis-Clark, Psy.D. BCBA, Executive Director

Brandywine Programs
160 Devereux Road
Glenmoore, PA 19343
(800) 935-6789   Directions

Mapleton Programs
655 Sugartown Road
Malvern, PA 19355

Ages: Six through 18

Services: Acute and sub-acute psychiatric hospitalization, intensive and community-based residential treatment, special education day school programs, psychiatric services, school-based services, and pre-vocational programs.

Diagnoses: A wide range of psychiatric, emotional and behavioral disorders. 

Children’s Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Services (CIDDS) center
Carol Anne McNellis, Psy.D. BCBA, Executive Director
390 E. Boot Road
West Chester, PA 19380

Ages: Birth to 21

Services: Campus and community-based residential treatment, including specialized programs and schools for individuals with autism spectrum disorder, sexual responsibility program for males, special education programs including day school programs, treatment family program, community integration, and employment programs.

Diagnoses: Intellectual/developmental disabilities, autism spectrum disorder, dual diagnosis, neurological impairments, and emotional, behavioral, sexual and developmental disorders.

Devereux CARES (Center for Autism Research and Educational Services)
Kathy Keehn, M.Ed.
Education Director
600 Boot Rd.
Downingtown, PA 19335

Ages: Five through 21

Services: The Devereux CARES day school provides state-of-the art educational services to children with autism spectrum disorder – and their families.  The primary goal is to provide an educational environment that will support each student to become a productive, socially connected and personally fulfilled member of his or her local community.

Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health Pocono
Tina Skoda, Executive Director
1547 Mill Creek Road
Newfoundland, PA 18445 

Ages: Two through life span

Services: Community living, life sharing, community integrated employment and pre-employment services, school to work transition, and behavioral health rehabilitation services.

Diagnoses: Intellectual/ development disabilities, emotional and behavioral disorders, autism spectrum disorder, mental health/developmental disabilities combinations, and brain injury.

Devereux Southeastern Pennsylvania Autism Resource Center (SPARC)
Jennifer Dawson, Director
1160 McDermott Drive, Suite 233
West Chester, PA 19383

Ages: 6 months through adulthood

Services: Diagnostic and consultation services, behavioral therapy, feeding evaluations and treatments, early education programs, and social skills training.

Diagnoses: Autism spectrum disorders and other behavioral concerns, including attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, oppositional defiant disorder, anxiety and feeding disorders.


Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health League City
1150 Devereux Drive
League City, TX 77573

Services: Long-term hospitalization and intensive residential services for adolescents and young adults.

Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health Victoria
Pam Reed, Executive Director
120 David Wade Drive
P.O. Box 2666
Victoria, TX 77902

Services: Residential services for children, young adults and adults; community-based living program and vocational programs.

Diagnoses: Emotional/behavioral disorders, intellectual/developmental disabilities, dual diagnosis, and mild autism spectrum disorder.

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