Equine therapy, also known as horse therapy or equine-assisted therapy, is gaining recognition as a powerful and effective form of therapy for veterans who have served in the military. The bond formed between humans and horses is truly unique, and participating in equine therapy provides numerous physical, emotional, and mental benefits for veterans transitioning back…
Senator Pat Browne and state legislators help secure $1 million in grant funding for the project. New Vitae Wellness and Recovery recently held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the opening of Browne Cottage, a new living space for individuals at New Vitae’s Mount Trexler Manor/Action Recovery site in Upper Saucon Township, Lehigh County. The cottage…
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.
Congratulations to New Vitae's Kevin Miller, BS, who was recently recognized for over 25 years of service with Toys for Tots
New Vitae Wellness and Recovery Veterans were honored as Hometown Heroes by the Borough of Quakertown
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?
Special congratulations to New Vitae Wellness and Recovery's Dr. Remolia Simpson, Residential Director for Philadelphia Services
Veteran Services Coordinator Barry Bowman, MAPC, CADC, shares sobering statistics regarding the challenges of Veterans and addiction
Bill is a 51-year-old Veteran who utilizes DMVA Appropriation funds to facilitate recovery at New Vitae