Congratulations to New Vitae Wellness and Recovery’s Residential Director for Philadelphia Services, Dr. Remolia Simpson! In her role at New Vitae, she assists our Philadelphia residents with living their best lives through treatment supports. We are happy to share that Dr. Simpson was recently honored by being named to DBQ Magazine’s annual LOUD 100 List, celebrating LGBTQ men and women of color who have made an incredible impact in our community.
Dr. Simpson is an Army Veteran and the Founder and CEO of My Brother’s House in Easton, Pennsylvania. My Brother’s House is a nonprofit agency that offers housing and faith-based counseling services to those who have served in the armed forces. Dr. Simpson has successfully helped many Veterans and their families to write their own recovery stories. Several additional Veterans will soon have the opportunity to participate in services: My Brother’s House services are expanding, and will soon open the country’s first LGBTQ Veterans’ home in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
DBQ Magazine celebrated Dr. Simpson and the other honorees on the LOUD 100 List at an event in late February at New York City’s Carnegie Hall. Her hard work, dedication to others, and kind support are an inspiration to her coworkers at New Vitae. Thank you, Dr. Simpson! To learn more, contact New Vitae Wellness and Recovery today.