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.

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.

Action Recovery

Our Action Recovery program offers residential behavioral health support services for adults diagnosed with brain injuries and other long-term behavioral challenges.

Addiction Services

Our group and/or individual therapy designed to support recovery from a variety of addictions, including substances and other challenging behaviors with our addiction and co-occurring disorders treatment program.

Clinical Supports

Our behavioral health recovery plans emphasize individual needs, including psychiatric assessment, medication management, and cutting-edge treatments like deep Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (dTMS).

Residential Services

A variety of residential behavioral health options, including personal care homes, residential group homes, and supervised apartments, help to support you on your journey.

Veteran Services

Our Veteran Pathways program offers peer support for Veterans by Veterans. Clinical services and residential behavioral health or outpatient options are available. We design individualized wellness and recovery plans for each Veteran’s personal goals.

Young Adult Services

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.`

Mental Health Resources

NAMI – Montgomery County, Pennsylvania: Educates, advocates, and supports individuals who are experiencing mental health conditions in Montgomery County, PA.

NAMI – Bucks County, Pennsylvania: Advocates, educates, and supports people who are battling mental health conditions in Bucks County, PA.

NAMI – Lehigh Valley Pennsylvania: Supports, advocates, and educates those who are fighting mental health conditions in Lehigh Valley, PA.

NAMI – National Site Page: Provides education and support for people across the country who are fighting mental health conditions.

Narcotics Anonymous: Offers support for individuals who are recovering from an addiction to narcotics.

National Institute of Mental Health: Educates individuals about the effects of mental health conditions.

National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-8255: Complementary, anonymous care for individuals in distress to help prevent suicide.

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA): Provides information about the effects of substance abuse and mental health conditions, as well as information about how to find treatment options.

Healthy Minds Philly: Offers support and resouces to improve the mental health of Philadelphia natives.


ARTA: Support in choosing the best possible mental health facility

Brain Injury Association of PA: Assists in the education, support, advocacy, and research to maximize the quality of life for individuals with brain injuries

Mental Health Association in Pennsylvania: Works to educate, advocate, and support individuals who are battling mental health conditions

National Council for Behavioral Health: Advocates for changes to mental health policies to ensure that each individual suffering from mental health conditions get the support and care they need.

Pennsylvania Assisted Living Association (PALA): Raises awareness about Personal Care Homes and Assisted Care Facilities

Pennsylvania Mental Health Consumer Association (advocacy, information, and support): Endeavors to support individuals who are seeking mental health treatment.

Rehabilitation and Community Providers Association (RCPA): Represents treatment providers who are committed to efficient, effective, high-quality care.

Recovery Model Links

Mental Health Recovery: Offers Wellness Recovery action plan information.

National Empowerment Center: Provides information about the Recovery model.


PTSD: National Center for PTSD: Provider of national resources for veterans who are suffering from PTSD.

United States Department of Veterans Affairs: This department will help you ensure that you are getting all of the benefits you’re entitled to as a veteran

LGBTQIA Supports

Mazzoni Center: Philadelphia’s LGBTQIA+ health care center

PFLAG: Parents, Families, Friends and Allies of the LGBTQIA+ community

The Trevor Project: For LGBTQIA+ young adults in crisis

Brain Injury Education and Resources

What are Action Recovery Brain Injury Services?

In order to offer readers a glimpse of our Action Recovery Brain Injury Services, staff members who lead these supports responded to a variety of informational questions.  We invite you to learn more about these incredible services!


What is the CBIS Certification?

The Brain Injury Association of America’s Academy of Certified Brain Injury Specialists (ACBIS) is the largest national program providing education, training, certification, and ongoing resources for multi-disciplinary specialists in the brain injury community.

ACBIS offers the opportunity for professionals working in brain injury services to earn a nationally recognized credential: Certified Brain Injury Specialist (CBIS). At New Vitae Wellness & Recovery, acquiring the Certified Brain Injury Specialist (CBIS) credential is an important step in ensuring that our CARF-accredited Brain Injury Program remains a valuable and well-informed treatment provider in the field of brain injury services. We recognize the importance of access to the latest brain injury research, treatment, and practice information. READ MORE HERE 

Managing Pain After Traumatic Brain Injury

Medical advancements and aggressive interventions allow individuals with traumatic brain injury (TBI) to live longer than ever before. However, this also means that these individuals are living longer with pain. TBI pain, which can be either acute or chronic, may be attributed to nerve pain, musculoskeletal pain, or other related medical issues. Understanding an individual’s location and type of pain can aid in successful pain management. READ MORE HERE

Supporting Loved One with Brain Injuries: Tips for Caregivers

From the perspective of Dr. Mary Cowgill, our Consulting Psychologist, we share valuable insights and practical strategies to empower caregivers in their journey of supporting loved ones with brain injuries while prioritizing their own well-being READ MORE HERE 

Contact New Vitae

To learn more about your treatment options, contact New Vitae Wellness and Recovery today at 610.928.5200.