The New Vitae Wellness and Recovery admissions process is used to ensure a good fit between the services we offer and the goals of each individual.  The process begins with data collection.  One of our Admissions team members will contact you for further information to better understand your needs and determine the type of support necessary to assist you in your recovery.

After collecting initial data regarding your preferences and goals, we ask that you visit New Vitae in order to meet our staff, discuss treatment options, and learn more about our services.  You will also be invited to tour our residential service options (if applicable) and the New Vitae Wellness and Recovery Center.  We will be sure to answer any additional questions you may have regarding our services, begin suggesting various types of support that can aid in achieving your personal goals, and working with you in order to identify a potential start date for services.

New Vitae Wellness and Recovery is proud to be able to offer an open length of stay determined by the needs of the individuals we serve. Through our integrated model of care, we are able to provide our local community with traditional outpatient services and also residential services for those who are seeking additional support.  Staff will provide assistance with helping you to determine funding options.  

Our staff members are able to assist individuals with a variety of behavioral health diagnoses, including mood disorders, Schizophrenia, as well as individuals dealing with traumatic brain injury, or addiction.  We are happy to help with either long-term or short-term care service choices and accept a variety of referrals from various agencies.  We look forward to assisting you with decisions regarding your behavioral health care options.


“It is heartbreaking for us to have our son leave the family, but we cannot provide for his safety at home.  We have complete trust in New Vitae Mount Trexler Manor. Since he has been at New Vitae Mount Trexler Manor we have seen improvement in him."

- Patricia H. (parent)