New Vitae Wellness and Recovery offers hope to individuals on their journey to personal wellness. We specialize in designing residential behavioral health recovery plans for individuals and their families. Our residential and clinical services help Veterans, young adults, and other individuals who experience brain injuries, addictions and co-occurring behavioral health challenges. Residential services offer an array of options, including personal care homes, residential group homes, 24/7 care and semi-independent living. Located in beautiful Bucks, Lehigh, and Philadelphia Counties, New Vitae Wellness and Recovery provides a stable, safe and tranquil environment where individuals feel empowered to rewrite their life’s script. New Vitae = New Life
Here are some helpful tools, including videos, informational brochures, and other links to resources to assist you and your loved one on the road to recovery.
Residential behavioral heath support services for adults diagnosed with brain injuries and other long-term behavioral challenges.
Our group and/or individual therapy designed to support recovery from a variety of addictions, including substances and other challenging behaviors.
Our behavioral health recovery plans emphasize individual needs, including psychiatric assessment, medication management and cutting-edge treatments like deep Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (dTMS).
A variety of residential behavioral health options, including personal care homes, residential group homes, and supervised apartments help to support you on your journey.
Our Veteran Pathways program offers peer support for Veterans, by Veterans. Clinical services and residential behavioral health or outpatient options are available. Individualized wellness and recovery plans are designed for each Veteran’s personal goals.
Young Adult services provide hope to young men and women aged 18 to 25 as they transition into adulthood. Residential behavioral health is combined with vocational, social, and educational support, while building connections and learning skills for independence.
HELPFUL ORGANIZATIONS AND ASSOCIATIONS
Behavioral Health Resources
Al-Anon (for families and friends of those who have a problem with drinking)
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
American Psychiatric Association
American Psychological Association
Healthy Minds Philly
Offers tools and resources to support and improve the mental health and well-being of all Philadelphians.
I’m the Evidence Mental Health Campaign
Online network and resources for people who hear voices
NAMI - Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
NAMI – Bucks County, Pennsylvania
NAMI – Lehigh Valley Pennsylvania
National Institute of Mental Health
National Suicide Prevention Hotline
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
Suicide Prevention Information
Warmline, Lehigh Valley
Confidential hotline operated seven days a week by trained behavioral health services participants for Lehigh County residents.
Brain Injury Association of PA
Mental Health Association in Pennsylvania
National Council for Behavioral Health
Pennsylvania Assisted Living Association (PALA)
Pennsylvania Mental Health Consumer Association (advocacy, information, and support)
Rehabilitation and Community Providers Association (RCPA)
Recovery Model Links
National Empowerment Center
(information re: Recovery model)
PTSD: National Center for PTSD
United States Department of Veterans Affairs
Philadelphia's LGBTQIA+ Health care Center
Parents, Families, Friends and Allies of the LGBTQIA+ community
The Trevor Project
For LGBTQIA+ young adults in crisis
“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)