Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health is a network of treatment facilities with locations all over the US. The League City, Texas location’s campus was officially opened in 1992, and offers residential treatment programs for adolescents and young adults who are struggling with a mental health disorder or a chemical dependency, and have experienced trauma or a history of emotional abuse. Each treatment plan is individualIzed and age appropriate, and includes both group and individual therapy using evidence-based treatment models.
Accommodations and Food
There are two adolescent residential facilities, one that offers 22 beds for boys who are between 13 and 16, and the other that has 44 beds for ages 13 to 18. The young adult residence provides 22 beds and serves clients up until the age of 22. The League City location is set on 49 acres of private and serene land. Clients live in secure surroundings and sleep in dorm style rooms. Each of the facilities is fully equipped with kitchens, dining areas and acres of land, lush with green grass and lined with tall trees. The one story campus living quarters are comfortable and spacious. And though it is a clinical setting, the rooms where clients sleep are cozy and homelike.
The younger residents eat all their meals together in the shared dining room and have everything prepared for them. The older group are learning independent living skills, so while the food is purchased for them, they do prepare their own meals and meals for each other on a regular basis.
Treatment and Staff
Each client has a customized treatment plan that addresses their specific needs. Depending on the age and placement of each client, programming can be more or less intensive and with a smaller staff-to-client ratio. Additionally, there is an educational element to every client’s treatment experience, which also takes into account their age and last grade completed. There are teachers for every grade level who eventually help their clients reach their GED. Vocational training programs are also offered.
The most intensive level of care provides 24 hour nursing care, and can be the beginning treatment stage for incoming clients who are in crisis and need stabilization. After that they are placed in the long-term program that is still highly structured but less restrictive. There are several daily group sessions and at least one individual therapy session per week. For clients who are at the facility with a dual diagnosis, there are chemical dependency specific groups that offer the 12 steps along with other best practice modalities like DBT, CBT and Motivational Interviewing (MI).
Clients experience a variety of experiential and recreational treatment as well as trauma-informed care. They work on long term goals and address self control and anger management, as well as self modification of their behavior. The young adult track provides solid life skills training, like money management and job skills, with the hope of eventually transitioning out of residential care to be on their own.
Residential and clinical staff consists of Master’s-level therapists, psychiatrists, LCDCs, special education teachers and recreational therapists.
Family involvement is a large part of the program’s success, and there are several family therapy options offered.
The collaborative treatment experience provided by caring staff is the goal at City League Campus of Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health. It has a variety of tried and true therapy options as well as more holistic approaches in a supportive and loving setting. This facility is a solid resource for the Greater Houston communities it serves.
Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health Texas League City Campus Location
1150 Devereux Dr
League City, TX 77573
Devereux Texas League City Campus Cost
$16,500. State funding available; insurance accepted. Reach Devereux Texas League City Campus by phone at (800) 373-0011. Find Devereux Texas on Facebook
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