Life is a challenge, and all of us can name someone in our circle of friends and family who are coping with issues of mental health or substance abuse.
No one in need is ever turned away from New Horizons. For that reason, we depend on our community to help us.
Your gift to New Horizons directly benefits someone on the road to recovery and resilience. When you assist in underwriting needed services not covered by insurance or governmental programs, you also give our clients the knowledge that members of their community support them in their efforts to become productive citizens.
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Mail your donation as a check or with credit card information to:
New Horizons of the Treasure Coast
4500 W. Midway Road
Community Outreach and Fund Development Office
Fort Pierce FL 34981
Or call our Director of Community Outreach and Fund Development to learn more at 772-672-8333.
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Be sure to and let us know if your company has a matching donation program. Encourage your company to partner with New Horizons Memorials and Honorariums. A donation to New Horizons is a meaningful way to honor an important person in your life. You can celebrate a birthday, or give a memorial gift to remember a child, friend, or relative who has passed away.Gifts of Stocks and SecuritiesNew Horizons accepts gifts of readily marketable securities.
You can leave a legacy by naming New Horizons in your will. Let us help: 772- 672-8333.
Join our Race to Recovery each October. Run or walk to show your support for New Horizons and the people it serves.
The Frances Langford Foundation donated $1 million to New Horizons to construct the Children’s Crisis Unit on our Midway campus. Hundreds of children and adolescents and their families have been helped in the Frances Langford Children’s Crisis Unit since 2010.
In 2016, New Horizons was the grateful recipient of a transformational grant from Indian River Impact 100, which made possible the opening of the Indian River Learning Center in Vero Beach. Indian River Impact 100 is a membership organization of over 400 women committed to improving Indian River County by pooling $1,000 donations from each member, enabling the group to make significant $100,000 grants to other local nonprofit organizations that will make a lasting impact in our community.
The Learning Center offers a variety of life skills classes in areas of budgeting, cooking, hygiene, accessing community resources, development of coping skills, pre-employment / vocational skills, as well as evidence based curriculums focusing on recovery. Research indicates that this type of psycho-social rehabilitation program reduces the number of hospitalizations, arrests and incarcerations in a community, thereby transforming the lives of individuals in recovery from mental illness and the entire populace. New Horizons also operates a Learning Center in Fort Pierce.
A family in Fort Pierce donated $25,000 to improve our facility on Ixoria Avenue, where clients gather every day and learn skills that help them to live independently and become productive members of their community.
A family in Indian River donated $25,000 for a van to transport our clients in Indian River County, where getting to services sometimes created an insurmountable obstacle to their receiving needed treatment.
The Sons of Italy Palm City Lodge donated $10,000 to cover the costs of mental health care for those with no ability to pay.
Each year during the Annual Appeal, individuals and foundations provide financial support to New Horizons to show their confidence in the organization’s programs and to make sure that friends and neighbors continue to receive the care they need.