Engage is An Invo company

Invo Family of Companies

Engage Behavioral Health is part of the Invo HealthCare Family of Companies. The partnership is an incredible opportunity for Engage Behavioral Health to meet all children’s needs with the highest quality services. The Invo HealthCare Family of Companies share in the mission of providing quality care and the assurance of long-term stability in providing treatment.

The Invo HealthCare Family of Companies is committed to delivering quality, outcomes-focused therapy services for infants, toddlers, and children, birth through 21 years of age. Our Family of Companies offers a comprehensive and collaborative array of services to meet the unique needs of each child, family and educational partner. Together, we are the nation’s largest behavioral health services organization providing exceptional school-based and early intervention services across 28 states with a staff comprised of more than 1,250 skilled professionals who provide school-based and early intervention in over 600 programs.

Our organization’s leadership team has decades of expertise in special education, K-12 services and early intervention. Led by Anthony Manley, Chief Executive Officer, our Family of Company’s corporate infrastructure is designed to provide unparalleled support to district, charter and community partners through clinical leadership, recruiting proficiency, school-based and medical billing capability, and capacity building professional development.

Invo Healthcare

Invo HealthCare was founded in Pennsylvania in 1993 by an Occupational Therapist and an educator. Over the last 20+ years, Invo has garnered a strong reputation as the nation’s leading behavioral health services organization, specializing in special education, home based and early intervention services. Invo attributes its high retention rates among service providers, school districts and community programs to its “student-first culture,” commitment to excellence and its comprehensive and collaborative approach to ensuring children not only adapt, but thrive in their home, school and community environments.