New Vitae Wellness and Recovery Center is dedicated to providing comprehensive behavioral health care services and supportive residential opportunities for adults age 18 and older. Our array of services promotes personal wellness through varying levels of residential supports and individualized, person-centered behavioral health care. We embrace an open length of stay in order to tailor services to each member of our community. We would love the opportunity to show you that we are more than a behavioral health or housing option!
Helping Individuals and Families…
New Vitae focuses on individualized services for our members. Our staff assists you to develop a person-centered, strength-based plan to guide your or your loved one's recovery process. Family members
, allies and friends are encouraged to play an active role in providing support and encouragement to their loved ones.
We are honored to work with the Veteran’s Administration to coordinate holistic and individualized services within our continuum of care. Staff members with experience of service in the armed forces are available to respond to the unique needs of veterans
. Our services are person-centered and trauma-informed in order to promote progress toward each veteran’s personal goals.
Assisting Young Adults…
New Vitae Wellness and Recovery Center supports the goals and needs of individuals age 18 to 25. Our Young Adult services
emphasize independent living skill growth while promoting personal wellness. Our comprehensive services provide the opportunity to work, attend school, and develop additional independent living skills.
Facilitating Recovery from Addictions...
Our supportive, responsive services are customized to break the cycles associated with addictive behaviors
and achieve personal wellness goals. Staff members are specialists in the field of addiction to assist with the challenges associated with substance use, gaming behaviors, and other addictions.
New Vitae Wellness and Recovery does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religious creed, disability, handicap, ancestry, sexual orientation, national origin, age, sex or limited English proficiency.
“As parents, we are thankful and appreciative that our son is in Mt. Trexler Manor; it is safe, meets his needs, and is responsive and sensitive to any needs he might have. We are always involved in any decisions, and the staff responds to any requests in a timely manner.”
- Robert and Lucille H. (parents)
Suicide: The Ripple Effect Screening
The New Vitae Wellness Foundation invited our local community to join us for a screening of the documentary, "Suicide: The Ripple Effect," on May 11, 2018
Brain Injury: Effects and Interventions Training
New Vitae Wellness Foundation hosted Briana Scurry and Dr. Frances Musto for a complimentary brain injury training on March 22, 2018
March 2018 Newsletter
This newsletter features relocation of Emmaus Recovery Center, Action Recovery Program Achieves CARF Accreditation, Complimentary Brain Injury Training, #LifeAtNewVitae, and much more.