Life is full of many wonderful moments, but it is not without its share of hardships. Life can be quite challenging, causing us to feel blue or just hopeless from time to time – especially during times of adversity. But when these feelings don’t let up and make it difficult to function through daily activities, it may be depression.
Congratulations to New Vitae's Kevin Miller, BS, who was recently recognized for over 25 years of service with Toys for Tots
Congratulations to Deborah Siderias, LCSW, for earning her CAADC certification
New Vitae Wellness and Recovery Veterans were honored as Hometown Heroes by the Borough of Quakertown
New Vitae Wellness and Recovery is now using an electronic health record (EHR) system
New Vitae Wellness and Recovery leaders were honored to meet with Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf
Addiction and substance use disorders (SUDs) are a significant problem for our nation’s military veterans. According to a study in 2017 published in Substance Abuse and Rehabilitation, “The most prevalent types of substance use problems among male and female veterans include heavy episodic drinking and cigarette smoking. However, the realities of military service can also lead to drug addictions as a result of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and chronic pain syndrome.
We are celebrating the end of the summer with photos of our Veteran residents
The brain is one of the most important yet perplexing parts of the body. We use it for everything – in fact, we need it to function. From lifting a foot, to walking, to running a marathon, our brain sends signals throughout our body that allow us to not only survive, but thrive. But what happens when the brain becomes injured?
Congratulations to Katie Pintabone, BS, for obtaining her Pennsylvania Personal Care Home Administrator Certificate