Healing Adults & Adolescents Residential Treatment Program

Frank Hendrick

Director of Residential Services & Quality Assurance

Frank Hendrick holds an undergraduate degree from West Chester University in Psychology and a Master’s Degree from Capella University in School Counseling.  Frank is currently a Program Supervisor at Deverux.  He also trains his staff through the Devereux Institute of Clinical & Professional Training & Research.

Sheryl Ann Herbert

Chief Administrator

Sheryl Ann Herbert is a Licensed School Psychologist and a Licensed Behavior Specialist.  Sheryl has worked in the mental health field for over  25 years.   She began her  career in college  working with adults with chronic mental illnesses in a group  home setting. Sheryl had the opportunity to work for  Matrix  Research Institute where she  assisted in research and training in the field   of  Psychosocial  Rehabilitation.   Sheryl  received  her   undergraduate degree   from   Duquesne   University  in   Psychology,   graduate   degree   in   Human  Services Psychology  from   LaSalle University and   certification in School Psychology from Immaculata University.

our leadership team


HAART is a safe place that promotes healing.  The Program gives residents an optimal chance at becoming productive members of their community. Residents are empowered to live in the community with all supports needed to assist them with increasing their ability to improve their life outcomes. We center our treatment on the whole person, while focusing on building resiliency and reuniting the family.  When it is not an option for Residents to return home, HAART provides long-term care to the age of 18 years.   HAART provides a stable, safe, healing environment.   We hope to reduce the rate of high school drop-outs, substance abuse, incarceration and homelessness among adults who have been in placement as children.  

We strive to promote growth in our Residents.  The Treatment Team works towards common goals to assist the Residents and their families with being able to:
A.    Functionally communicate with one another and others in the community, 
B.    Accept responsibility for one’s own behavior while developing awareness of and sensitivity to the impact one’s words and behaviors have on others, 
C.    Develop awareness of affective and cognitive processes which underlie one’s maladaptive behavior, 
D.    Increase ability to manage one’s anger and impulsive behavior and 
E.    Access community resources independently.