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New Horizons Crisis Stabilization
New Horizons provides short-term residential treatment options for individuals struggling with a psychiatric crisis. A stay at New Horizons offers a safe, supportive and friendly environment where one can face life's challenges.

Services offered at New Horizons include:
Psychiatric assessment
Group and individual counseling
Peer support services
Coordination with other treatment providers within and outside of NRVCS
24-hour safety monitoring
Case management
Transportation services (if necessary staff are available)

How can I get services from New Horizons?
Call Access Services at 540-961-8400 and let them know you are interested in receiving services at New Horizons. A clinician will meet with you to discuss your needs and help determine if New Horizons will best meet these needs.

Treatment at New Horizons is paid in full for persons who are covered by Medicaid. Individuals who are not Medicaid eligible will be billed for fees which are based on a sliding scale.

What you can expect at New Horizons
To be actively involved in making a personal recovery plan
To participate in group and individual therapy
To be evaluated for medications
To participate in preparation of meals
To remain at the site during treatment, as New Horizons is a 24-hour program

What you should bring for your stay at New Horizons:
Current medications in their original prescription bottles
Shower shoes and toiletries
A phone card for any long distance calls
Approximately one week's worth of clothing, including pajamas or sweat pants to sleep in (bedroom doors are left open overnight)
Medicaid, Medicare or other payer cards to cover prescription costs

Note: You may also bring cigarettes or tobacco products (to be checked in with program staff)

Please leave the following at home:
Valuables - including jewelry, electronics, etc.            
Weapons of any kind including pocket knives
Any toiletries in glass bottles or those containing alcohol
Clothing with sexual or offensive logos/language


New Horizons Crisis Stabilization
(Photo - M. Wade/NRVCS)


Reece Nielson, Supervisor
New Horizons Crisis Stabilization
7191 Warden Court
Radford, VA 24141
Phone: 540-831-5916
FAX: 540-831-4034

In the event of an emergency, please call
Access Services at 961-8400.




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