October 2018 Newsletter

October 30, 2018

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October 2018
News from New Vitae
     
35th Anniversary  

New Vitae Wellness and Recovery Celebrates 35th Anniversary

New Vitae Wellness and Recovery celebrated with its employees to commemorate their 35th year in business. Staff members enjoyed a special food truck luncheon and fun raffles to celebrate. Read More...

     
Little River Band  

New Vitae Hosts an Evening with Little River Band

New Vitae was honored to sponsor a Quakertown Borough Sounds of Summer Concert. On September 20th, Little River Band played many of the audience's favorite hits at the Univest Performance Center in Quakertown, Pennsylvania. New Vitae staff had the opportunity to meet the band and enjoy the show. Read More...

     
Training Session  

New Vitae Wellness Foundation Invites Guests to Resistant Depression Training Session on November 28th

Experiencing the symptoms of depression can be incredibly challenging: treatments may not work, limited motivation may result in missed appointments, and pharmacological treatments may result in unwanted side effects. New Vitae Wellness Foundation is proud to offer a no-cost education session to review treatment options associated with recovery from resistant depression. Read More...

     
Veterans  

Veterans Say Goodbye to Summer of 2018

Residents and staff of New Vitae's Veteran Pathways Service enjoyed the last days of summer by visiting some of our local parks. Veteran residents spent time hiking, fishing, and kayaking, all while building social connections with each other and having fun in the sun. Check out the activities shared in our Veteran sober living home. Read More...

     
Katie Pintabone  

Congratulations to Katie Pintabone, BS, Assistant Administrator of Quakertown House

Special congratulations to New Vitae Wellness and Recovery's Katie Pintabone. Katie recently completed the coursework and testing required to obtain her Personal Care Home Administrator Certificate. Read More...

     
Employee Highlight
     

Kathi EichmanJoan M. Muth

Joan serves as New Vitae Wellness and Recovery's Director of Project Management and a valued member of our Development Team. After working as an accountant for several years, Joan participated in a variety of volunteer positions helped her to recognize her talent and passion for working with people and assisting individuals and families seeking services for behavioral health, addiction, and brain injury challenges. Currently working as New Vitae Wellness and Recovery's Director of Project Management, Joan is a valued member of our Development Team. Currently, she is working closely with an internal team to facilitate an electronic health records roll out set to debut on November 1st, 2018.

Learn more about Joan Muth.

     
Spotlight: Residential Services
     

dTMS VideoIn order to best individualize each resident's recovery supports, New Vitae Wellness and Recovery is proud to offer multiple levels of residential services to best fit each person's needs. In addition to our two Personal Care Homes that offer medication administration and 24/7 staffing, we also provide an opportunity for more independent residential supports through our apartment program. We invite you to learn more about our residential services!

Learn more about New Vitae's residential services.

 

 

 

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- Peter H. (parent)