New Horizons of Northwest Florida, Inc. - Lighting the Way to Independence!

New Horizons ...
Lighting the Way to Independence for Over 72 Years!

The 2nd Annual Motorcycle Ride on 09/12/15 was a great success.  A "Big Thank You" goes out to all the riders, sponsors, friends and staff that helped to make it a great day!!!  We look forward to making next year an even better event.

New Horizons of Northwest Florida, Inc. is an established local organization with a new name! Established in 1942 as the Northwest Florida Crippled Children’s Association, its original purpose was to serve polio victims.  The American Legion Auxiliary, Unit #33, saw a need and responded by starting a home and has been a continued supporter ever since.
From the beginning, the organization has been serving physically challenged people in our community. These services have grown to include habilitation training by licensed occupational,  physical and s peech therapists –  all  personalized to  the needs of each client.    New   Horizons’  24-hour  staff   consists  of  RNs,  LPNs,  Qualified  Mental Retardation   Professionals,   a   Social   Worker,   Direct  Care,   and   Auxiliary   staff.
In 1980, the established Crippled Children’s Home on Avery Street was relocated to its present  Northview  Community  site  at 10050  Hillview  Drive,  Pensacola, FL 32514.
Since  then,  with the  community’s  help,  the Emerald Coast Workshop (day program)
and   both   Kingsfield   and  Vera   Manor  group  homes  were added to help meet the
individual needs of this growing population.

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