New Vitae Wellness Foundation
To provide professional services, community support, research, and education to those in the behavioral health, addiction, and brain injury community as well as the public at large.
- Expanding our reach by creating and growing community supports such as: housing solutions, clinical and educational programs, and public health screening events.
- Mobilizing the community to increase understanding of evidence-based behavioral health, addiction, and brain injury services while reducing stigma through education.
- Strengthening our Network through staff development and research to ensure effective outcomes.
- Collaboration with universities, organizations, businesses and communities
- Education for professionals and the community to make informed healthcare decisions
- Innovation to bring new programs to those in need
- Accessibility to services for those with immediate needs
- Compassion in the delivery of a variety of health services
- Support for people with an array of challenges.
Check back for upcoming events.
Emotional Regulation as Treatment for Suicidal Behavior - September 10, 2020
Heather Hayes: Nation Held Hostage - October 3, 2019
Resistant Depression Training - November 28, 2018
Kevin Hines' Suicide: The Ripple Effect, Feature Length Documentary Film - May 11, 2018
Brain Injury: Effects and Interventions Training - March 22, 2018
The Opioid Crisis: Understanding and Awareness Training for the Public - February 27, 2018
Recovering from Military Trauma - November 13, 2017
Trauma and Addiction: Training with Dr. Joseph A. Troncale - August 10, 2017
Surviving the Bridge: Hope, Healing, Recovery - Oct. 5, 2016
News and Resources
Are You Depressed? Important Risks and Signs You Shouldn't Ignore
Veterans Struggling with Addiction Can Get Help at New Vitae Wellness and Recovery in PA
Brain Injury: What to do When Your Loved One is Suffering
“Living in Baltimore some distance away from Quakertown, it is comforting to know our daughter is receiving the special care she needs at The Quakertown House.”- Coni L. (family member)