Learn more about the benefits of CBIS Certification and how New Vitae's Action Recovery Brain Injury services staff uses this special training to ensure quality supports
The first steps toward recovery are always the hardest ones to take. If you are finding it difficult to stop using, New Vitae Wellness and Recovery offers extensive individual and group treatment.
New Vitae Wellness and Recovery enjoyed celebrating the holiday season and identifying our yearly employee award winners
When young adults experience trauma at one or more times in their lives, there is an impact on their health, both mental and physical. Their ability to cope with day-to-day life is affected, and their future experiences can be overwhelming. Young adults who have experienced trauma can be helped by those they love, as well as care specialists and physicians, through an integrated health approach that creates a safe environment in which they can work through their difficulties in the wake of trauma.
Our top five ways that Halloween time can be healthy
Regardless of substance, addiction and substance misuse often have lasting impact on one’s health, quality of life, and relationships. When loved ones experience addiction, they are not the only ones who struggle. Understanding what addiction is, how it looks, and how to treat it is the first step in helping loved ones through addiction.
New Vitae Wellness and Recovery is enjoying the last few days of summer with fun activities.
Learn more about Post-traumatic stress disorder, the process of biofeedback, and New Vitae Wellness and Recovery's upcoming recovery offering, BrainPaint
The residents of New Vitae Wellness and Recovery are participating in a variety of activities designed to promote activity and engage creativity
New Vitae Wellness and Recovery is honored to support those who have served our country through our Veteran Pathways program. We recognize that veterans’ wants and needs in residential and clinical support are specialized, particularly those of older veterans who may also be battling depression or dementia.