New Vitae Wellness and Recovery has been helping individuals with behavioral health challenges achieve their goals while utilizing a variety of residential and community supports for over 35 years. You can review our important company milestones in New Vitae Wellness and Recovery history using the timeline below:

Prior to 1980

Anne Mills, MSW, works for the Veterans Administration and provided respite care to Veterans in her home.

Early 1980’s

Anne Mills establishes Southampton Personal Care Home and Warwick House to serve the needs of individuals recently discharged from state hospital settings. TriCounty Respite, now New Vitae Wellness and Recovery, recognizes the need to support individuals, families, and Veterans in the context of their communities.

1988

 Quakertown House, a licensed personal care home, is opened to serve the needs of community members.

1989

Tri-County Respite leaders initiate participation in local and state chapters of the National Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI); our cooperation continues to the present day.

1990

Residential Services expand with the purchase of Mount Trexler Manor, a licensed personal care home in Limeport, Pennsylvania.

September 1990

Tri-County Respite receives approval to develop a Partial Hospitalization Program; additionally, the New Vitae Incorporated behavioral health center receives its first of many accreditations by the Joint Commission.

1992

Tri-County Respite expands its residential housing services to develop a supported independent living service (TryCo Services, now Pathways). 

1996

Our services grow to develop specialized Young Adult Services, some of which focus on education and vocation.

1998

Tri-County Respite is approved to provide Outpatient Services through our licensed behavioral health center.

Late 1990’s – Early 2000’s

Services continue to expand through contracts with various insurance companies, school districts, and multiple referral agencies.

2003

TryCo Services (now Pathways) expands to add additional residential options, including 24/7 supervised apartments.

October 2005

Tri-County Respite relocates its clinical services to a newly renovated building in Quakertown, Pennsylvania.

2008

Tri-County leadership commits to modify organization culture and practices to a trauma-informed model of care.

2011

Transformation activities begin to incorporate a holistic recovery model that is person-centered.

2012

We continue developing our community outreach goals, including the delivery of trainings for individuals in recovery and their families/allies in addition to the provision of Continuing Education Credits for peers working in the behavioral health field.

2013

As a result of our emphasis on the Recovery Model, Tri-County Respite takes the next step to find and utilize Certified Peer Support personnel while developing other opportunities for peer leadership.

2014

Tri-County Respite is re-named New Vitae Wellness and Recovery to better reflect our integrated behavioral health care and supportive residential services.  We accept referrals from Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, or other areas.

January 2015

Adam Devlin is selected to serve on the Human Services Committee of the transition team for (then) Governor-Elect Tom Wolf.

April 2015

New Vitae Wellness and Recovery offers complementary training in “Trauma-Informed Approaches: Creating a Culture of Care,” to employees and community members.

May 2015

New Vitae Wellness and Recovery receives a legislative appropriation from the Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veterans Affairs to provide services to Veterans experiencing symptoms of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.

October 2015

New Vitae Wellness and Recovery expands service options by receiving licensure for the Mobile Psychiatric Rehabilitation and Peer Support Services.

November 2015

Richard Hamp, SGM (Ret.), one of the Directors of the Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veteran Affairs, offers complimentary training in “Understanding Military Culture and Community Reintegration,” to better serve and support Veterans in the local community.

March 2016

 New Vitae Wellness and Recovery expands their addiction and co-occurring supports to provide additional levels of service options to those experiencing challenges associated with substance and/or behavioral addictions.

Late March 2016

New Vitae Wellness and Recovery is selected to open a forensic Residential Treatment Facility for adults in Philadelphia County.

Late March 2016

Deep Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, or dTMS services, are initiated through our Quakertown Recovery Center offices.

April 2016

New Vitae Wellness and Recovery’s Action Recovery Brain Injury program launches to offer a more comprehensive array of brain injury services.

May 2016

Adam Devlin is appointed to the Philadelphia Mayor’s Commission on People with Disabilities.

October 2017

The Action Recovery service successfully achieves CARF accreditation.

Contact Us Today to Learn More About New Vitae Wellness and Recovery History

One striking thing about New Vitae Wellness and Recovery history is that it’s always been committed to excellence. We strive to make life better for our individuals. To learn more about New Vitae Wellness and Recovery history, or to enroll in treatment, call 610.928.5200 today.