New Horizons of the Treasure Coast was created in 1958 by community members who passionately believed that quality mental health services should be available to all in need on the Treasure Coast.
From its first location in Ft. Pierce, New Horizons has expanded to serve residents in Indian River, Martin, Okeechobee and St. Lucie Counties, with its main campus on Midway Road in Fort Pierce.
More than 50 years after its founding, New Horizons continues to work hard to fulfill the vision of its founders. It offers inpatient and outpatient mental health care for adults and children, crisis units for adults and children, learning resource centers for independent living skills, a transitional group home, a primary care clinic, substance abuse and detox services, case management, family support and counseling, and programs in schools and with law enforcement agencies.
New Horizons provides a safety net for those in crisis, outreach programs to promote resilience and recovery, and community education to help our community achieve health in both mind and body.
Board of Directors
Garry Wilson, Chairman – St. Lucie County
Patricia Austin-Novak, Vice Chair – Martin County
Kim Johnson, Treasurer – St. Lucie County
Nicholas Brown, Secretary – St. Lucie County
Greg Pickett – Indian River County
Laura Murray – Okeechobee County
Diamond Litty – St. Lucie County
Kathryn Hensley – St. Lucie County
Carlos Bonet – St. Lucie County
Mary Baysinger – Martin County
John Romano, President/CEO – Martin County
New Horizons of the Treasure Coast and Okeechobee delivers accessible behavioral and primary health care services to children, adults and families to achieve mental and physical wellness, thereby improving the quality of life in our community.
New Horizons of the Treasure Coast and Okeechobee will become the preferred provider by having engaged employees delivering evidence based and best practices, and by expanding services in response to the needs of the community.
New Horizons of the Treasure Coast and Okeechobee serves priority populations that include: substance abuse disorders, pregnant IV drug users and/or other substances, IV drug users, and consumers involved in the child welfare system who have a substance abuse disorder. When necessary, New Horizons will also assist to find appropriate treatment.