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.
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.
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.
Despite the positive steps that our society has taken regarding the discussion of mental health and substance use disorders, they continue to be misunderstood and stigmatized. There are many reasons for this but one is related to the language that has long been used to describe behavioral health – mental illness and addiction – and those whom it affects.
New Vitae Wellness and Recovery leaders were honored to meet with Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf
There are many benefits to routine exercise, including a potential reduction of behavioral health symptoms and addictive behaviors
Part 3 of Sajeda Bhallo's conversation regarding the commonalities of addiction and the common cold
Part 2 of Sajeda Bhallo's conversation regarding the commonalities of addiction and the common cold
Sajeda Bhallo, MS, CADC, CPRP, one of the therapists working in New Vitae Wellness and Recovery's addiction support services, offers thoughts on the challenges associated with drinking for Alcohol Awareness Month.
Veteran Services Coordinator Barry Bowman, MAPC, CADC, shares sobering statistics regarding the challenges of Veterans and addiction