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April 2020
News from New Vitae

Addressing the Novel Coronavirus

At New Vitae Wellness and Recovery, the health and safety of our residents, clients, and team members remains our top priority. During this time, we are using our prevention and response plan to address the novel coronavirus (COVID -19). We continue to closely monitor the situation and follow the guidance of local, state and national agencies and experts in the regions where we provide services. As the situation evolves, we will continue to update our residents, families, and team members.


Congratulations to our Employee Award winners

New Vitae Wellness and Recovery was happy to be able to celebrate together as the entire organization gathered to build relationships and share in the magic of the holiday season, just a few short months ago. We are pleased to announce our 2019 Employee Award winners, including the Iris and Pride Award recipients!


Traumatic Events: Helping Young Adults Heal

Young adults can experience the far-reaching impact of trauma – including physical and emotional challenges. By some estimates, 46 percent of children and young adults in the United States have experienced some type of personal trauma. Learn more about the symptoms associated with the experience of trauma and using an integrated approach to support young adults’ process of healing.

Founder's Day

New Vitae Wellness and Recovery Celebrated Black History Month

New Vitae Wellness and Recovery was honored to commemorate February as Black History Month. In addition to participating in a variety of community events, we were pleased to host Mr. Walter Beach, an NFL Hall of Famer, Air Force Veteran, and renowned author and lecturer to further celebrate and educate our community.

Cape May

Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT): What to know and how it could help

For those who suffer from behavioral health challenges or addiction, the use of medication may help them achieve long-term recovery. New Vitae offers MAT as one type of recovery support. Learn more about MAT, addictive behaviors, and the common misconceptions regarding medication assisted treatment.

Employee Highlight

Amy RudisillWilliam Hoke, MS

Since joining the New Vitae Wellness and Recovery team in 1993, William has held a variety of clinical and administrative positions for our organization. Perhaps most notably, William has served as the Vice President of Development since 2011, working to build connections with other providers as well as guide the next steps for our array of clinical and residential services. Learn more about William Hoke and his work to facilitate new supports for our residents.

New Vitae Wellness and Recovery
Residential ServicesOverview of Service

New Vitae Wellness and Recovery assists individuals and families who are seeking residential care combined with mental health, addiction, and brain injury supports. Our residential services range from peaceful personal care homes to independent and semi-independent living apartments. We are happy to welcome our residents to their new homes.

Learn more about New Vitae’s Residential Services.

Did You Know?

March is commemorated as Brain Injury Month. New Vitae offers CARF-accredited Brain Injury services that can include 24-hour supervision of brain injury survivors to encourage cognitive retraining through our specialized supports. Our residential rehabilitation and neurocognitive structured day programs include therapies tailored to meet specific needs and abilities that help people rebuild their lives. Certified Brain Injury Specialists are included in our team approach, which can also include emotional, psychological, and behavioral support from highly trained, licensed clinicians. Learn more about New Vitae’s Action Recovery: Brain Injury Support Program.

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