Need to make an appointment? Need a ride to the grocery store? Wherever you need to go, New Horizons can take you. We serve Prescott, Chino, Dewey, Cordes Junction and anywhere in between.
Support Groups & Programs
New Horizons’ Disability Empowerment Center offers a number of support groups and programs designed to
help empower you.
Who we are
New Horizons began its disability problem solving in 1992 when founded by a handful of volunteers in the Prescott area. They knew they wanted to make a dent in serving the unmet needs of individuals with disabilities.
2018 Tax Credit
Under an Arizona program to help qualifying nonprofit organizations, Qualified Charitable Organizations have the opportunity to increase funds received from Arizona taxpayers under new Arizona law. Arizona taxpayers can claim a tax credit for cash donations made to New Horizons Disability Empowerment Center and get it all back as dollar for dollar state Tax Credit. The new Arizona law doubles the maximum allowable amount taxpayers may claim from $200 to $400 for a single individual and from $400 to $800 for a married couple filing jointly.
New Horizons Disability Empowerment Center provides
Northern Arizona Residents
Residents with Disabilities Finding Work Opportunities
The national jobless rate for Americans with disabilities is 16.9 percent. That’s where Prescott Valley’s New Horizons comes in. Click on The Daily Courier below to read the article.
NHDEC Wishes to Thank
NHDEC wishes to thank the Prescott Noon Lions Club for their support of our accessible transportation services.
How to Become a Good Volunteer
Be dependable. Do what you say you’ll do, and do your best. Don’t show up late, and always keep your promises.
- 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
- 142 Santa Monica, Los Angeles, CA
- May 1, 2017
Jessi Elbert, Transportation "We provide blessings, a light for people in a dark place, and help when all seems lost."
Pete Rivenburg, Office & Facility Manager "NHDEC means a family style connection to the broader community. We are dedicated to the cause, often dealing with people whom are not at their best, due to their disability. From our drivers to our program operators, our purpose is to help fellow citizens navigate the hurdles and pitfalls of life, with grace and Zen-like calmness. My fellow workers are very much like family. they do what they do with the end goal of personally empowering the individual."
Darlene Golson, Grant Writer & Program Development "My true passion is life is helping people with disabilities, and I get to do that each and every day at New Horizons Disability Empowerment Center. It is a pleasure to work with such dedicated people, at the agency and in the community, who are focused on empowering individuals with disabilities. Working at New Horizons Disability Empowerment Center, gives me the opportunity to do what I love. I am truly blessed."
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