2018 Wreaths Across America

Our partners, American Legion Post 140, participated in the 2018 Wreaths Across America on Saturday December 15th, 2018. The attendance was the best they have ever seen with over 400 people showing up to “remember the fallen, honor those who served and their families and to teach our younger generations about the  costs of our freedom.” Attached is a link to the Facebook Page where pictures were posted of the event.  Thank you to our veterans for your participation!

Wreaths Across America CVMA  32-3 Granite Mountain  Chapter

2018 Holiday Meet & Greet, A Wonderful Time had by All

Thank you to all who attended our Holiday Meet & Greet this year. We had  a wonderful  time visiting with  friends, and making new acquaintances. May your holiday season be filled with blessings. 

Holiday Meet & Greet

Come join us at New Horizons Disability Empowerment Center in celebration of the Holidays with cookies, cider and eggnog. We welcome you to tour our facility and to meet the wonderful staff. 

When: Monday, December  3rd or Tuesday, December 4th
Time: 11:30 am to 3:30  pm 
Where: 9400 E Valley Rd., Prescott Valley, AZ 86314
No RSVP is necessary!

Year End Call to Action

By Darlene Golson, Program Development / Grant Writer

It is hard to believe the end of another year is quickly approaching. It is the time of year that many of us give thanks for the many blessings and opportunities we have had.  It’s also a time of giving and sharing with others.  

Our mission at New Horizons Disability Empowerment Center is to assist people with any disability across Northern Arizona to live the most independent, self-directed life possible. We are so thankful to have had the ability to provide quality services since 1992 and we look forward to being able to improve and expand on our existing programs and services.

Your end of the year donation will help us to continue to provide services to people like Aziza Austin.  Aziza was one of the many people diagnosed with polio during the outbreak in the 1950’s and 1960’s.  She has been living with polio since the age of six and has a fused left knee and a weak right leg that makes mobility a challenge.

Aziza was referred to New Horizons Disability Empowerment Center by a friend six years ago and has  been utilizing our transportation service since. She is extremely thankful as it allows her to remain as independent as possible in her community.  Her life has not been easy; however, Aziza believes that everyone can conquer anything as long as we are determined.  She believes that we can all use our minds and hearts to help others.

As we enter the holiday season, we ask you to take Aziza’s words to heart, “New Horizons Disability Empowerment Center gives hope for those who may need encouragement through life’s long journey.”  Please help us to continue to encourage and empower those with disabilities.  

Finally we would like to leave you with Aziza’s heartfelt words, “May peace and good health be with you always!”