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.
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.
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 Deborah Siderias, LCSW, for earning her CAADC certification
New Vitae Wellness and Recovery is now using an electronic health record (EHR) system
Finding coping skills to manage stress can be critical to wellness. Our infographic can assist with finding a healthy solution to manage stress
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.
Infographics are available to assist with reviewing various wellness topics
Question, Persuade, Refer (QPR) is an evidence-based method to reduce suicidal behaviors