1469 NW 36th Street Miami, FL 33142

Monday-Friday, 8:30 am to 5:00 pm

24 Hours Emergency 305-635-7444 or 305-635-0366



New Horizons Community Mental Health Center, Inc. is a health related organization which provides mental health, substance abuse, health screening and prevention services to adults, children, adolescents, and the elderly. The Agency’s mission and work is devoted to the provision of quality care to ethnic/ minority populations of Miami-Dade County. We are committed to providing high quality substance abuse and mental health care which is community based, culturally competent and consumer guided. We also provide following services:


The Assessment/Intake program is the central point of admission to all New Horizons programs Screening, assessments and intakes are provided to individuals seeking care for themselves or a family member.  Clients are assessed and referred to appropriate services within the New Horizons system.  Intake/Assessment services are provided on a walk-in, first come basis at our main location at: 1469 NW 36th Street Miami, Florida 33142.

Office hours are Monday-Friday, 8:30am to 5:00pm. Please call 305.635.0366 for more information.
We accept Medicaid/Medicare, all Medicaid managed care plans and private insurances. A sliding fee scale is available for self-pay clients. At intake, you will need to bring proof of all income, a government issued identification and list of all current medications.

Case Management Services:

Case Managers work with clients to ensure continuity of care through assessment, monitoring, individualized planning and linking to community resources.

Child & Adolescent & Family Services:

This is a comprehensive outpatient program for severely emotionally disturbed children, adolescent and their families. Services provided includes: individual, group and family counseling, school consultation, tutoring, therapeutic recreational and cultural activities, parenting classes, psychological and psychiatric evaluations, self awareness training, cultural and leadership awareness activities, drug prevention training, legal and political systems negotiating activities, substance abuse counseling (moderate users) and psychosocial assessment.

Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ):

To provide mental health and substance abuse services for youth both male and female under the age of 19, who have been referred by DJJ.  We provide individual, family and group therapy based on preliminary screenings and comprehensive assessments.

Family Safety Net First Responder Service Partnership (FSNFRSP):

Family Safety Net First Responders Service Partnership (FSNP) brings together family members, first responders, service professionals, residents and stakeholders to plan and coordinate community based services to meet the individual needs of children and their families that will keep children safe who are at risk of maltreatment. The Partnership is designed to serve high risk families with children from birth to 18. The targeted communities are Brownsville, Allapattah/Liberty City, Overtown/Wynwood, West Little River, Edison/Little Haiti.

Intensive Family Preservation Services (IFPS):

Intensive Family Preservation Services provide therapy and case management to families identified by the Department of Children and Families (DCF) as at great risk for abuse and neglect of children and families.

Missing Link:

Youth violence prevention project consists of a two-step approach to reducing suspension and disruptive behaviors. This program focuses on topics such as decision making skills, anger management, social skills, academics, communication skill, self esteem building, and HIV/ STD awareness. The youth improve school attendance and conduct; enhance positive self esteem, peer relation and attitude towards school.

Community Residential:

24 hours, 7 days a week supervised residential treatment services for adults unable to live independently in the community as determined by their physician and treatment team. Services directed at clients at risk for homelessness and/or hospitalization because of limited ability to manage their living environment, health, mental illness and substance abuse illnesses without supervision.

Crisis Intervention Screening Services (CIS):

Assist clients who present in an emergency or crisis through screening, evaluation and referral to a Baker Act Receiving Facility or Hospital.  CIS is available by walk-in or by phone at our main location: 1469 NW 36th Street, Miami, Florida 33142 or 305.635.0366.

Outpatient Clinic (OPC):

Medical – Psychiatric evaluation and pharmaceutical services to adults and children/adolescent clients in need of medication to manage their psychiatric illness.  This service includes provision of medication for low income clients.

Counseling/Therapy – Individual, family and/or group provided insight oriented, cognitive behavioral therapy enhancing their ability for personal, social and life management.

Project for Assistance for Transition from Homelessness (PATH) – Homeless Program

Program for adults who meet homeless eligibility criteria and have mental, substance abuse and/or medical problems. Services consist of scattered site housing, residential treatment facilities, case management and outpatient medical management and counseling.  Housing is provided in collaboration with Miami-Dade Housing Department.

Psychosocial Rehabilitative Services (PSR):

Daily services aimed at long term recovery and maximization of self-sufficiency, emphasis on life management skills, social skills and independent living.

Substance Abuse:

The substance abuse program provides substance abuse counseling to adolescents and adults who have been determined to be involved or at risk for involvement  with illegal drug usage. In addition to a range of direct intervention services, the program provides outreach services as well as activities oriented toward increase community awareness and education relating to substance abuse and HIV education activities that are geared toward children, adolescents, adults and their families. Services are provided in schools, homes, businesses and/or religious institutions.

Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF):

Temporary Assistance to Needy Families who are experiencing difficulty going back to work due to mental health and/or substance abuse issues.  Goals are: (1) Family stability through self sufficiency and (2) Return to the work force by gaining skills to secure gainful employment.

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